Placenta Alchemy Booking Form

  • Services

  • If your place of birth is over 20km radius from your Sydney airport, then please check the extra boxes for pick up and drop off. If you are having a tincture or homoeopathic remedy made then please check the box for postage and packaging. Unless of course, you have made alternative arrangements with Lynda.
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  • Price: $ 95.00
    A deposit is required to secure your booking. When you click Submit you will be taken to PayPal to pay your deposit.

  • Client's Details

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  • Fees and Refund Policy

  • I am on call to collect your placenta as soon as possible after the birth of your baby (4-6 hrs) between the hours of 8am-8pm. There is an extra $25 charge for pick up and $25 for drop off if you are out of the 20km radius from Sydney's airport. If you prefer you could choose to have a family member make the delivery and pick-up for you. Please call me to make arrangements. 0415618046 Tincture and Homeopathic remedies are sent directly to your home address after 4-6 post birth. Please add additional cost for postage

  • Refund Policy

  • Please check all boxes below to indicate you have understood and agree with this policy.

  • Placenta Handling

  • As your Placenta Encapsulation Specialist, it is unlikely I will be present at the time your birth your baby. It is extremely important that you are clear on all placenta handling details, so I obtain your placenta in optimum condition.

    The hospital where you are birthing, or even your caregiver, may not be familiar with placenta handling for human consumption. The Following is a list to keep Handy so that you can ensure correct handling of your placenta before I become its guardian.

    Please inform your caregiver of your intention to use your placenta postpartum.

    Please take two extra large freezer or zip-lock bags with your name, phone number, your birth date, baby’s birth date labelled on the outside in a waterproof marker. Some hospitals provide packaging, and some don’t, best to be prepared!

    Please ensure your caregiver places your placenta into this bag as soon as possible after the birth. This prevents the placenta being lost, contaminated or forgotten. If they are able, they should put the sealed placenta bag right into a refrigerator or sit it in a bowl of ice.

    Under no circumstances can the placenta be contaminated with any chemical, either sanitising or preserving. The placenta can stay unrefrigerated for a maximum of 4 hours.

    The placenta should sit in a sealed container in a refrigerator for no more than 7 days.

    The placenta should sit in a stand alone or deep freeze for no more than 6 months post birth if it is desired for human consumption, tinctures being the exception.

    If frozen, please ensure your placenta is double bagged to prevent freezer burn.

    If the placenta has been frozen, thaw the placenta over the course of a few days in the front, bottom shelf of a refrigerator.

    If possible, it is ideal for your specialist to be able to encapsulate the fresh placenta within 72 hours after birth. For the RAW method of encapsulation, the placenta must be treated within 48 hours post birth.

    In the instance of a caesarean birth, please ensure the placenta is properly handled, bagged and put into a sealed and labelled container in theatre as soon as possible.

    The placenta MUST be chilled until release from the hospital.

    Make sure the midwives/theatre nurses are aware that the placenta is being used for consumption and must NOT come into contact with any chemicals.

    Sometimes the hospital staff want to keep the placenta to send off to the pathology lab, If there has been serious complications, or you have an infection, you may wish to concede, or you could allow a small section to be cut off for testing, but it is your choice. If you are writing a birth plan then you may wish to put this in the fourth stage of birth so the midwives​ know of your intentions. If you are practicing some form of delayed cord cutting or lotus birth, ice packs may be wrapped up with the placenta to prevent spoilage, or you may wish to use the salting method, contact me for further information.

  • Pick Up and Drop Off

  • I will collect your placenta as soon as I can once I know your baby has arrived (4-6 hrs) between the hours of 8a.m - 8p.m. It is there for very important that the placenta is treated respectfully following the handling procedures above, especially If your baby arrives between sun down to sun up.

    I will inform you via SMS when I am on my way to collect, and when I arrive at the place of birth. Hopefully, your birth partner or a family member can bring the placenta to me at the main entrance of the hospital/ birth centre/ home. I will process and return the placenta to you (unless we have made arrangements for a family member to collect for you ) I usually return your capsules on about day three/four when your milk is coming in.

  • Client Responsibilities

  • I have read and understand the above procedures for handling, pick up and drop off. Please check to indicate you agree to these conditions,

  • Limitations and Disclaimer

  • Lynda Taylor is not a licensed medical professional and is not able to diagnose, treat or prescribe for any health condition. 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 ongoing research. It is your responsibility to determine whether using placenta preparations may be of benefit to you. If you are experiencing symptoms of postnatal baby blues, low milk supply, or other medical concerns please speak to your midwife or doctor.

    Please check to acknowledge that you agree.

  • Thank You

  • Thank you for taking the time to fill out this form. I will be in contact with you to confirm receipt of deposit or full payment. Please contact me if you have any further enquiries.

    I look forward to working with you and your family.

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