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Placentas Encapsulated

Placenta Encapsulation

“The first time I heard about placenta encapsulation I was admittedly a bit turned off, but I am so glad I found out more about it and realised how beneficial it is because I have never felt better. Even after a fairly difficult birth, my body and mind recovered so quickly. My hormones feel balanced and my mood has been amazing, I have been absolutely high on life. I believe the placenta pills have worked wonders and I would recommend them to every mother.”


Mothers Have Reported

The Organ That Nourished Your Baby, Can Now Nourish You

In China, it is common for a postpartum mother to only eat and drink warm foods and beverages. It is thought that a new mother is cold for the first 40 days postpartum. According to TCM, a postpartum woman is cool because she has lost Qi (the life force) due to loss of blood. In order to return her body to homeostasis, we must warm the mother by only giving her stews, broths, tea, etc. By steaming the placenta, a tonifying or warming food, it helps the mother return to baseline.

In Traditional Medicine, the placenta has been used for thousands of years to correct hormonal imbalances, boost milk production in lactating women, heal infertility and various other health issues. The placenta has amazing abilities during the postpartum period; it can heal, sustain, and strengthen. The placenta is an organ made by you to nourish your baby.

Mums have reported…
– Increased overall energy
– Enhanced milk supply
– Eases “baby blues”
– Increased iron levels
– Back to pre-pregnancy state much quicker

Hormones known to be in the placenta:

  • Oxytocin – The ‘feel good’ hormone, creates feelings of bonding, happiness, and pain relief
  • Cortisone – Eases stress and unlocks the body’s energy stores
  • Interferon –Stimulates the immune system to help fight off infection
  • Prostaglandins –acts as an anti-inflammatory
  • Hemoglobin –Replenishes iron, stimulates iron production in the blood
  • Urokinase inhibiting factor and factor XIII –Lessens bleeding and promotes faster healing
  • Prolactin –Stimulates and promotes healthy lactation.

It is best to book in your placenta encapsulation at least 3 months prior to your estimated due date so that I am available around your estimated due date to provide this service for you as we only take limited number of bookings a month.

If your estimated due date is very soon and you wish to make a booking then please fill out the booking form and if it goes through then I have the availability for you and I will contact you ASAP.

Placenta encapsulation $280.00 inclusive of drop off to my location (Red Hill) and pickup from my location

Placenta Encapsulation Brisbane area is $310 (We arrange a time for me to come to you to collect the placenta, and the capsules are express posted back to you within 24 – 48 hr ~ I use Australia Post Express, Registered Mail; guaranteed overnight delivery in metro areas with parcel tracking and signature required on delivery.

Placenta encapsulation $330.00  Brisbane (within 15km of Brisbane CBD) area inclusive of pickup/delivery at home or hospital

Placenta encapsulation $330.00 Brisbane area outside of 15km from CBD (Redlands Hospital / Mater Redlands / Redcliffe Hospital) includes pickup and express post/registered mail delivery

Placenta encapsulation $300 Gold Coast ~ Inclusive of drop off at my location (Red Hill) and capsules express posted back.

Placenta encapsulation $300 Caboolture Hospital Birth ~ Inclusive of drop off at my location (Red Hill) and capsules express posted back.

Placenta encapsulation $350 for Central Gold Coast Hospitals ~ GC Birthing Centre, GCUH, GC Private & Pindara ~ inclusive of pickup/express post delivery back

Placenta encapsulation $370 for John Flynn Private Hospital ~ inclusive of pickup from hospital/capsules express posted back.

Servicing: Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital ~ Mater Mother’s Private/Public South Brisbane ~ North West Private Hospital ~ Greenslopes ~ Wesley ~ Redcliffe Hospital ~ Ipswich ~ Sunnybank ~ Mater Redland Bay ~ Redland Hospital ~ HomeBirth (Depending on location) ~ Tweed Hospital ~ John Flynn Private Hospital ~ GCUH ~ Gold Coast Private ~ Pindara Private Hospital ~ Caboolture Hospital

Fees above include the preparation and encapsulation of the placenta, a storage container for your capsules, written instructions for storage and handling, and guidelines for taking your capsules.
The service I provide is solely for the encapsulation of your placenta that I collect from you.

I request a deposit of $50 upon signing this contract, and remaining balance due 4 weeks prior to estimated due date.
Payments information will be provided when booking is made.

** If you have selected to get your capsules express posted to you than 2Life Doula is not liable for Aust Post mishandling or misplacing your package and you will therefore not get a refund for your capsules in such an event.

Your placenta may be kept at room temperature for up to 2 hours after birth. After that it should be refrigerated or otherwise kept cool in an esky with ice / ice trays. If it is going to be more than 3 or 4 days before the placenta can be prepared it should be frozen the same day of birth. A frozen placenta may require an extra one or two days of preparation time to allow for gentle thawing.

Your placenta should be prepared for transport by placing it in two freezer-strength zipper storage bags, or in an airtight container ie; clean plastic or Tupperware container, and then into a cooler with icepacks or into a refrigerator. Usually the hospital will provide a container for you but please confirm this with them ahead of time.

It is important to note that there may be circumstances under which your placenta can not be used. Significant abnormalities of the placenta may necessitate your doctor or midwife sending your placenta to Pathology for further examination. Other conditions, such as signs of infection during labour, may mean that consuming your placenta will not be beneficial to you. If in doubt we will consult with you before proceeding. You can still encapsulate your placenta if you’ve had a belly birth (Cesarean)  If you are not able to obtain and use your placenta as it was sent to pathology we will then provide you with a full refund excluding the deposit payment made to reserve your booking request.

** Please let us know if you have any health concerns which may affect the health of your placenta or the health and safety of anyone who may come into contact with your placenta.

Yes. Group B strep is a common bacterium that does not normally pose health risks to the mother. All bacteria in the placenta is killed during the heating and dehydration process. Rarely, Group B strep can lead to uterine infection. If you developed a uterine infection or fever during your labor, your placenta would not be considered useful in healing, and would likely be taken to the pathology lab for testing, but otherwise, Group B strep is not contraindicated in placenta remedy preparation but would need to be prepared in the Traditional Method only.

Absolutely! Encapsulation is still possible if you birth with an epidural, narcotics, or syntocinon or if you have a cesarean section.

Yes. Meconium is sterile, it does not contain faecal bacteria that normal stool does. Additionally, your placenta is thoroughly washed before encapsulation preparation.

Placenta encapsulation is not contraindicated for moms with Pre-eclampsia. Many women who’ve had pre-eclampsia have very successfully used Placenta Pills. After the birth, your placenta will be examined for irregularities and any abnormalities. Most of the time, the placenta is completely fine and you should have no problem having it released for encapsulation. If your care provider diagnoses a problem or infection in the placenta, it will be sent to pathology and you won’t be able to take it home.

Ideally, the placenta preparation should take place as soon as possible after the birth, within the first 48 – 72 hours. Directly after the birth, the placenta should be placed in an enclosed container (the hospital will put it in a plastic container or a container you supply) Ideally a sealed container and double sealed bag. Then it will need to be placed on ice/ice trays in a cooler bag or refrigerated. It can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 48 hours. If you know ahead of time that it will not be prepared within that time frame, it is best to place it straight into the freezer.

From the time I pickup the placenta you will than receive the capsules back within 24-72 hours.

I deliver the capsules to you in a sealed jar. I recommended that placenta capsules be kept in a cool dry area like a pantry or if kept beyond 3 months then frozen for maximum freshness. For long term storage they should be kept in the freezer.

I follow the Traditional Chinese Method and Raw Method of encapsulation which is a process of:

    1. The placenta is thoroughly cleaned with water
    2. The placenta is steamed according to Traditional Method (Raw capsules skip this process)
    3. The placenta is dehydrated using a food dehydrator 6-20 hours until completely dry (depending if using Traditional Method or Raw method)
    4. The dried placenta is ground into a powder and put into empty vegetarian capsules

Unlike the Traditional Method preparation of the placenta, when processing a placenta raw I do not steam the placenta during the process. I simply forgo the steaming process. This is not to say one method is better than the other, just that you have several options for encapsulation and should choose the method that best suits your needs and preferences.

Your placenta will usually yield between 80-150 pills (each placenta varies in size).

I’ve heard there are no proven benefits

Although not as much research as we would’ve liked has been done on placentophagy we still have a number of animal studies which are good preliminary research and may provide indication for further study in humans.

There are documented benefits of placentophagia in animals that show great results from pain relief, bonding and maternal behaviour to aiding in milk production.

At the University of Buffalo and Buffalo State College, Mark Kristal, who has been studying placentophagia for more than 40 years, explains “if such studies are undertaken, the results, if positive, will be medically relevant. There is however profound anecdotal evidence from mothers whom have ingested their placenta to its array of beneficial qualities.

A study looked at the self-reported experiences of women who’d eaten their placentas. 40 percent of women reported that their mood improved, 26 percent said they had more energy, and 15 percent reported “improved lactation.” 98 percent said they would eat their placentas again.

Human Maternal Placentophagy: A Survey of Self-Reported Motivations and Experiences Associated with Placenta Consumption Jodi Selander , Allison Cantor , Sharon M. Young & Daniel C. Benyshek
Kristal, M. B., DiPirro, J. M., & Thompson, A. C. (2012). Placentophagia in humans and nonhuman mammals: Causes and consequences. Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 51(3), 177-197.

Placenta encapsulation is just a hippie trend at the moment

We have seen a lot about placenta encapsulation in the media at the moment from celebrities like Kim Kardashian endorsing this very ancient practice. However Placentophagy has been around for quite some time as it has been known to be a tradition that aids mums after childbirth with better healing and over all nourishment.

The use of the placenta as a medicinal healing organ has been well known for centuries in the Traditional Chinese Medicine and since the early 1980’s it was slowly getting introduced in our western culture through midwives and birth workers promoting this ancient practice. We now have the every day mum requesting her placenta encapsulated as the many benefits are becoming more talked about and less taboo in the eyes of mainstream society. So the stigma of ‘just a hippie trend’ definitely has no merit when it comes to something that can be nourishing, healing and balancing for the new post partum mother that every new mum is seeing the benefit in this vital organ.

The placenta is full of waste and toxins

The placenta acts as an organ that nourishes your baby in the womb so waste and toxins are filtered back out through the mother’s liver and kidneys therefore it acts as a gatekeeper between mother and child. If the placenta was full of waste it would be a very dangerous place for your baby to develop in. There are small amounts of heavy metals in the placenta however it is scientifically proven that these levels are no greater than normal levels of heavy metals found in the body and in mothers colostrum and breast milk.

Human placenta as a ‘dual’ biomarker for monitoring fetal and maternal environment with special reference to potentially toxic trace elements. Part 3: Toxic trace elements in placenta and placenta as a biomarker for these elements G.V. Iyengara, 1, A. Rappb
Selenium, cadmium, lead, and mercury concentrations in human breast milk, in placenta, maternal blood, and the blood of the newborn P. Schramel, S. Hasse, J. Ovcar-Pavlu

The only reason animals eat their placenta is to avoid predators

This theory that the only reason animals eat their placenta is to avoid predators has no merit to it. Some mammals will stay and eat the entire placenta even when they are able for mother and baby to walk away from birth site. Certain animals that deliver their babies high in a tree will not let the placenta drop to the ground, but will instead consume it, even taking an hour or two to do so.

Mark B. Kristal’s research paper, Placentophagia: A Biobehavioral Enigma: Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, Vol. 4, pp. 141–150

I don’t believe I will get any benefit from my placenta if its cooked

Dehydration has been known to preserve and maintain nutrient levels in many types of foods for hundreds of years. It has been said by some that nutrients are lost but most of the benefits remain. According to one study, “the amount of nutrients particularly protein and minerals in heat-dried human placenta were enriched”.

(Phuapradit, et al., 2000) (Beacock 2012) (Phuapradit, et al., 2000)

What are the reported benefits?

Mothers that have done placenta encapsulation have reported…

Balanced hormones

Decreased baby blues and postpartum depression

Increased and abundant supply of milk

Increased energy

Reduced Lochia (postpartum bleeding)

Replenished depleted iron deficiency

Better sleep

** It has been found through research studies that women that experienced fatigue even in the absence of anaemia have felt better with iron supplements and we are fortunate to have lots of iron content in the placenta to aid us with this.

Verdon, F. “Iron Supplementation for Unexplained Fatigue in Non-anaemic Women: Double Blind Randomised Placebo Controlled Trial.” BMJ

** Placenta also contains many pain relieving properties also known as Placental Opioid Enhancing Factor (POEF) to aid the post partum mum with pain relief from the uterine cramping mums experience after childbirth due to the uterus contracting back to its pre pregnancy state.

Kristal, Mark B. “Enhancement of Opioid-mediated Analgesia: A Solution to the Enigma of Placentophagia.” Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews: 425-35

How does it work?

Step 1: Your placenta is cleaned thoroughly with water only (no herbs or spices are added to your placenta)

Step 2: Your placenta is then steamed according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

** Raw encapsulation skips this process

Step 3: Your placenta is then dehydrated using a food dehydrator for approx 8-20 hours until it is completely dry (timing depends if it is steamed/raw)

Step 4: Your dried placenta is then ground into a fine powder and put into empty vegetarian capsules for you to take.

What does the placenta contain?

The known ingredients that give the placenta its healing properties are…

Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone: These group of hormones have major contributing factors in aiding the postpartum mum to stabilise her mood, develop the mammary gland in the breast tissue to get the mum ready for lactation as well as regulating the uterine cramping as the uterus shrinks back down to pre pregnancy state.

Prolactin: Prolactin is a hormone nicknamed ‘the mothering hormone’ as it is an important hormone that is creates the mother’s maternal instinct to kick in and aids in promoting her lactation and milk production.

Oxytocin: Oxytocin is a hormone nicknamed ‘the love’ hormone as it plays a huge role in the bonding that mum and baby get to experience in the post partum period and for life. It aids the mum to handle stress better, reduces the post partum bleeding and works alongside Prolactin to enhance the milk let down reflex.

Placental Opioid-Enhancing Factor (POEF): POEF aids the mum’s body to enhance her own natural pain relief opioids and also releases her endorphin effect therefore assisting mum in the reduction of pain and overall well being.

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH): TSH aids in regulating the thyroid gland as well as aiding the body in healing and recovery.

Corticotropin Releasing Hormone (CRH): CRH is a vital hormone that has many benefits in regulating our stress response and mood and therefore it has been shown in studies that low levels in mums can contribute to postnatal mood disorders.

Cortisone: The hormone Cortisone aids the body in reducing inflammation and promotes healing.

Interferon: Interferon aids the body’s immune response to be heightened and protective to fight infection.

Prostaglandins: This hormone aids the uterus to contract back to pre-pregnancy states and creates an anti-inflammatory effect within the mum’s system.

Iron: This important and vital mineral aids the mum to feel increased energy and lessen the chances of post natal depression.

Hemoglobin: Carries oxygen within the body and aids with energy levels.

Urokinase Inhibiting Factor and Factor XIII: Aids the body’s healing mechanism and stops bleeding.

Immunoglobulin G (IgG): Antibodies which support our immune response

Human Placental Lactogen (hPL): HPL is a hormone that aids the mum’s preparation for lactation with mammary growth and also regulates the mum’s glucose, protein and fat levels.

The placenta has considerable amounts of minerals and hormones to aid the mums in her post partum recovery and healing.

What is the difference between Traditional method and raw?

The most common and well known practice of human placentophagy is the Traditional Method (TM) The theory behind TM roots back to centuries old natural medicine healing and the way the human anatomy functions to aid with healing. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine when a women gives birth she becomes depleted in the body’s protective immune response (wei chi) which creates what they believe is areas of coldness within the body that need heat to restore vital components that nourish and tone all the body’s tissues for proper healing. So in TM the placenta is heated twice through steam and then dehydration to aid this process to occur and introduce yang energy/heat to support wellness in the postpartum period.

The raw method of encapsulation omits the steaming process and the placenta is put straight onto a dehydrator after it is thoroughly cleansed with water. The raw method is preferred by those that adhere to a raw diet and are advocates of a raw way of living.

Should I take an iron supplement if I’m low in iron or only placenta?

During pregnancy a woman’s iron needs change dramatically to accommodate her growing baby and her own increasing blood volume. Pregnant women’s iron requirements is 27 milligrams per day and in the post partum period it drops back to about 9 milligrams per day while breastfeeding.

Because placenta is an iron-rich organ it has a considerable amount of iron content and therefore it yields a good concentration of iron in each placenta capsule (.664 milligrams) If the mother was to take 6 capsules per day it would equate to 3300 milligrams of encapsulated placenta and it would then provide her with a daily intake of 2.2 milligrams of iron which would then amount to 24% of the recommended daily intake of iron for lactating women.

(Kirrah Holborn B.ClinSci, APPAC, Good News for Mothers- Placenta Capsules Contain More Iron Than Beef)

It is recommended that in order to sustain adequate iron stores that the mother consumes a diet rich in iron and possibly takes an extra iron supplement that is suggested by her care provider.

Gryder, L et al (2016), “Effects of Human Maternal Placentophagy on Maternal Postpartum Iron Status: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Pilot Study. Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health.

Corwin, E and Arbour, M (2007), “Postpartum fatigue and evidence-based interventions”, The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing Volume 32 Number 4

Why does the placenta help for postpartum depression and baby blues?

One of the main reasons mums research and decide to try placenta encapsulation comes from the decision that they would like to give themselves the best chances to ward off maternal mood disorders such as post natal depression. So what is in this AMAZING organ that can aid mums to possibly give themselves the best chances to feel mentally well in this crucial time in their lives…

One of the hormones that has drawn great attention when it comes to post natal depression is a hormone called CRH (corticotropin-releasing hormone) this hormone is secreted from the part of the brain called the hypothalamus in response to stress in the body. When this hormone gets triggered it increases another hormone to get released called Cortisol which aids the body to normalise blood pressure and raise sugar levels which in turn assists the body to cope well under a stressful situation.

During pregnancy the Hypothalamus secretes an abundant amount of CRH which gets absorbed by the placenta. As the placenta is born after baby it takes a good amount of time until the hypothalamus gets triggered to produce this crucial hormone once more. In clinical studies they have found that post natal mums have definite lower levels of CRH which can trigger depression as the body’s stress response isn’t working as effectively as it would without this vital hormone at adequate levels. Therefore the placenta can aid at this important time to assist in stabilising balanced CRH levels until the body goes back to pre pregnancy state and starts producing CRH once more.

Another reason the placenta can aid you with feeling mentally well in postpartum is because it has an abundant amount of iron which can affect mood, energy and depressive symptoms.

Maternal Iron Deficiency Anemia Affects Postpartum Emotions and Cognition1

2Life Doula is not a licensed medical professional and therefore am not able to diagnose, treat or prescribe for any health condition. Services and fees are for the preparation and encapsulation of your placenta, not for the sale of the pills. No specific benefits or effects are promised. Any benefits will vary from person to person. Some of the ascribed benefits of placenta consumption are supported by research; however these benefits have not been evaluated or approved by any health authority. It is your responsibility to determine whether using placenta preparations may be of benefit to you.

Always speak to your care provider regarding any questions about your health, safety and wellbeing. Placenta services are not meant to be a replacement for medical advice or prescription medicines. If you are experiencing symptoms of postpartum depression, low milk supply, or other medical concerns please speak to your midwife or doctor.

It is the client’s responsibility to notify 2Life Doula as soon after the birth as possible (preferably the same-day as the birth itself) to request pick-up or receipt of the placenta(s) by 2Life Doula at the location previously agreed upon by both parties.

Failure to do so may result in delayed placenta preparation and encapsulation and may cause decreased potency of nutrients, hormones, and other beneficial attributes of the placenta(s), and even spoilage of the placenta(s) which would render it unusable for encapsulation.

It is also the client’s responsibility to discuss release of her placenta(s) after her birth from the establishment where she delivers and to ensure proper storage of her placenta(s) in a refrigerator or cooler with the placenta(s) placed on ice until it can be picked up or delivered to 2Life Doula for preparation and encapsulation.

** Your placenta must not be treated with alcohol, formalin, or any other preservative.

In the event your placenta is unavailable to you (ie; sent to Pathology and not released) any fees paid will be refunded excluding deposit if you notify us within 2 days of the birth, if you fail to notify us of placenta going to pathology or decided at the last minute not to get your placenta encapsulated than you forfeit the entire amount paid. As I only take a limited number of bookings a month therefore If you change your mind and choose to terminate this contract any fees paid excluding the deposit will be refunded if cancelation is done more than 4 weeks prior to estimated due date. If you decide to terminate the contract within the 4 weeks to your estimated due date than you will forfeit the entire amount paid.

In the booking email you receive you will get info on appropriate storage information for the placenta till collection as the placenta needs to be refrigerated or kept cold till pickup. In the event that you do not follow the instructions required to enable encapsulation than no refund will be given at that time.
If you choose to terminate this contract after releasing your placenta to us than you will not receive a refund.

There will be no refund once preparation has begun, even if you choose not to take delivery of the finished capsules.

If you have selected to get your capsules express posted to you than 2Life Doula is not liable for Aust Post mishandling or misplacing your package and you will therefore not get a refund for your capsules in such an event.

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Happy Families About Me


“Thank you Moran for doing my placenta encapsulation. I honestly feel they helped so much energy wise and day after I started taking them my milk flowed in! ? I especially love your willingness to help me with creating a placenta print for me and for the heart-shaped cord keepsake which I will forever cherish.”



“Moran helped us with placenta encapsulation, she made the process so easy and I cannot be more grateful for that. I found taking the placenta after having my bub helped me greatly with my energy levels, mood and milk supply. I also healed quite quickly after my pregnancy and I believe the placenta really helped. Thank you so much for helping us, especially so last minute!”



My name is Lauren and I had the blessing of having Moran do a plancenta encapsulation with my beautiful angel baby girl Arliyah. I found Moran to be so lovely and accomodating, she always replied to my emails straight away and was so supportive as I was a bit stressed before our baby girl came into the world. Then after Arliyah came, I was exhausted and not well for a few weeks after my emergency cesarean. My husband had to look after our little Arliyah and I and we couldn’t drop the placenta off to her at Gold Coast. But Moran came to our rescue? and offered for her husband to come and collect and also drop off our placenta capsules which was so lovely, as it was a pretty exhausting and stressful first few weeks for both hubby and I. The capsules came in a beautiful gifted bag and after that Moran sent a follow up email to see how I was going which was so lovely. So thank you so much for being such a lovely patient person, both to you and your hubby. We appreciate everything you did for us. You went over and beyond our expectations and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts, your a true Angel to us ?? love from the Rodriguez family xxx❤️❤️❤️



Moran from 2life doula was amazing to work with! She was so informative about placenta encapsulation and answered every question I had. My placenta was collected within half an hour of birth and then I had the capsules within 36 hours. Would highly recommend and will definitely be a returning customer in the future.



I did placenta encapsulation with Moran and she was amazing, Moran came and picked up my placenta as soon as I had my daughter and then dropped back my tablets within a few days. It speeded up my recovery it helped me with PTSD and so many other amazing things. I will 100% use 2Life again xx



“Hi Moran, I just wanted to say a big thank you for your excellent, seamless service for my placenta encapsulation. My fiancé Brodie handled the process and it was so easy for him and the pills came so quickly! We are really grateful.”




“I absolutely love this service is available in Australia. 2LifeDoula had picked up my placenta before I even got to my room (I asked my husband if he had called our Doula and was amazed to hear he’d called immediately after birth and it had been collected already!!) Was home delivered in a beautiful container which looked lovely in my fridge. Health benefits are amazing. Would highly recommend to everyone giving birth xxx”




“Could not recommend Moran highly enough for both HynpoBirthing classes and placenta encapsulation. She is such a warm, genuine person who made both myself and my husband more confident in our birthing journey by providing excellent knowledge, insight and tips. She was so promt with the turnaround of our placenta encapsulation and it was such a hassle free experience that didn’t involve any thinking on our part at such a busy time!!
Thank you Moran,
Kate, Trevor and Elsie ( Born April 2015 naturally and intervention free )”

Kate, Trevor & Elsie



“Moran helped me out last minute without any fuss when we were rushed to Brisbane Neo Natal. She was very professional and friendly. Great service.”




“I could not recommend placenta encapsulation enough, I didnt get any baby blues, hardly bled, and had an increased milk supply. I was much happier and had a lot more energy, I wish I knew about it in my first pregnancy.”