We serve mothers nationwide!

Motherhood Encapsulations nationwide shipping option is available for mothers outside our local jurisdiction. It is safe, fast, and easy to send your placenta to us. All you need to do is reserve your shipping due data and book now. Once you're in our books we will send you the shipping package about a month before your due date. All you need to do is package your placenta according to the directions and send back. We will handle the rest!

shipping instructions:

  • A month before your due date, I will mail you a package that will have everything you need to ship me back your placenta. This includes: cooler, dry-ice, shipping box, (3) 2-gallon Ziploc bags, 1 xl Ziploc storage bag, 1 white bag, 1 roll of tape, zip tie, instructions and a return shipping label.

  • On the day that you deliver your baby, you will bring your cooler and (3) 2-gallon Ziploc bags. You will give your Ziploc bags to your nurse and tell your nurse " I am keeping my placenta and I would like for you to put my placenta in the Ziploc." and then you will make sure it is triple bagged. The nurse will have you sign a release form and will give you your placenta. You will then put your "bagged placenta" in the cooler and keep it on FRESH ice until you leave the hospital. (The nursing staff will provide you with fresh ice) until you or someone can take it home and put it in the freezer.

  • Freeze your placenta a minimum of 24-48 hours: This will help ensure your placenta stays cold and fresh during the shipping process.

  • Follow the shipping instructions in your shipment kit.

  • I will receive your package on next day air and I will encapsulate your placenta within 1-3 days and have it shipped back to you.

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