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The placenta is not suitable as a 'superfood'

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posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 12:24 AM
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a reply to: vonclod



Also known as..The thread killer




Rudabagas, turnips, placentas.

What the hell's wrong with these people ?




posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 12:41 AM
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a reply to: CranialSponge


You forgot the bears, just to cap this off and for comic relief..here is a bear getting into a van

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posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 01:05 AM
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Way to go, folks... Placentas and mucus plugs didn't send people running, but rutabagas, that ran off people in droves, screaming.

/sigh



posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 02:25 AM
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posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 03:54 AM
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Read through the whole thread...there are some sick members here.

Thanks for posting the placenta pic not once but like 10 times!


And, who doesn't like a good mucus conversation ?


Anyhow, there are some placenta conditioning packs you can get for your hair. And placenta facial masks.


So how exactly does placenta hair treatment work? Dr. Robert Dorin, a New York City-based hair specialist and restoration expert, says that the treatment theoretically acts as emollient, which keeps in moisture and has a softening effect on the hair. “Because hair is made up of proteins, the idea is that the use of a protein reconstructioner like placenta will return protein to the hair and repair the hair follicles. This coating also works to smooth the hair cuticle making it appear shiny,” he says.

Keep in mind that results of popular leave-in placenta hair products don’t occur immediately. “Any topically applied product used to stimulate hair growth would need to be applied directly to the scalp once or twice daily for at least six months, in order to see any benefit,” says Dr. Singh. ...


Here's another use for it:


Placenta prints.


In addition to the medicinal uses, another way that we can bring back the tradition of honor and gratitude toward birth and the role of the placenta is to make artistically beautiful prints with it. I make your prints before I wash and prepare the placenta. They are printed with the natural placenta blood on acid-free artists paper. Some families frame them and display their prints as art or others choose to save them as personal keepsakes.
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Thanks,
blend
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posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 06:55 AM
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originally posted by: intrptr

In the wild If a mother is taken while giving birth, predators consume the placenta last.



Ah, so it's like a digestíf?

This seems like one of those things that's done by those people who will do ANYTHING they become convinced is "natural."



posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 08:46 AM
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originally posted by: dogstar23

originally posted by: intrptr

In the wild If a mother is taken while giving birth, predators consume the placenta last.



Ah, so it's like a digestíf?

This seems like one of those things that's done by those people who will do ANYTHING they become convinced is "natural."


The Placenta is a 'filter' for toxins, predators probably can smell that, why they avoid it unless really hungry.



posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 08:52 AM
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Lord female animals eat it because they dont want every predator withing 5 miles knowing they just gave birth .
And in the wild there are no Walmarts nothing is wasted



posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 09:17 AM
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originally posted by: blend57
Read through the whole thread...there are some sick members here.

Thanks for posting the placenta pic not once but like 10 times!


And, who doesn't like a good mucus conversation ?


Anyhow, there are some placenta conditioning packs you can get for your hair. And placenta facial masks.


So how exactly does placenta hair treatment work? Dr. Robert Dorin, a New York City-based hair specialist and restoration expert, says that the treatment theoretically acts as emollient, which keeps in moisture and has a softening effect on the hair. “Because hair is made up of proteins, the idea is that the use of a protein reconstructioner like placenta will return protein to the hair and repair the hair follicles. This coating also works to smooth the hair cuticle making it appear shiny,” he says.

Keep in mind that results of popular leave-in placenta hair products don’t occur immediately. “Any topically applied product used to stimulate hair growth would need to be applied directly to the scalp once or twice daily for at least six months, in order to see any benefit,” says Dr. Singh. ...


Here's another use for it:


Placenta prints.


In addition to the medicinal uses, another way that we can bring back the tradition of honor and gratitude toward birth and the role of the placenta is to make artistically beautiful prints with it. I make your prints before I wash and prepare the placenta. They are printed with the natural placenta blood on acid-free artists paper. Some families frame them and display their prints as art or others choose to save them as personal keepsakes.
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Thanks,
blend
Glad to see you could join us, thank for adding to the sickness



posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 09:23 AM
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originally posted by: Planet teleX

NOW THAT IS SICK! I seriously couldn't get past "and who doesn't love a good lasagna with placenta?"
YOU WIN!
I am done.



posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 09:42 AM
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Most disgusting thread!

Thanks, I'm currently unable to eat, I can use the imagery memories as inspiration to keep going far longer than I need to.




posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 09:55 AM
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originally posted by: Nyiah
Holy crap, I just had a gross thought.

"Nobody's managed to bottle either of these two in tequila in place of the worm, have they?"

Google says no, not yet. But plenty of women use tequila to wash down the placenta. You know, if you need booze to stomach the stuff, it's your instincts saying to keep it out of your mouth in the first place!

I missed this the first time around: you just had a gross thought? How about your other 4 or 6 post, those weren't gross at all *smh* mucus plugs.



posted on Nov, 10 2017 @ 09:58 AM
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originally posted by: ausername
Most disgusting thread!

Thanks, I'm currently unable to eat, I can use the imagery memories as inspiration to keep going far longer than I need to.


Sick? Well Yes, I guess it is at that. It's also a little fun and help cut the monotony and all the seriousness I have seen since coming back a week ago.



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