Jill Capellino’s story begins with a bad case of the baby blues. Like many new moms, Jill was left wondering why she felt so unbalanced during a time when she wanted to feel happy and elated.
“My culturally traditional mother in-law had suggested consuming my placenta to help get my “me” back. I began researching placentophagy and that’s where my journey as a Certified Placenta Encapsulation Specialist began.” Jill Capellino
Jill has witnessed the benefits of placentophagy on clients, friends, even her own sister, and feels grateful that she has been able to help them achieve postpartum wellness.
“I’ve encapsulated for women who have taken prescription medication for PPD in the past now say they have zero need to go back to such medication after taking their very own placenta capsules. I can’t tell you how incredibly gratifying these success stories are to me.” -Jill Capellino
To learn more about Jill’s services, you can visit her website, Placenta OC.
Certification takes commitment and hard work. To become certified, a Placenta Encapsulation Specialist must have completed scientific research and written response papers, acquired experience in placenta encapsulation services by preparing three placentas using PBi’s Method of Placenta Encapsulation, and completed additional food preparation safety certification to be in compliance with their state’s stringent health department protocols.