What is a placenta?
It is an organ formed in the uterus of pregnant mammals, which is
vital to nourish and support the fetus through the umbilical cord.
Through it, oxygen and nutrients pass from the mother's blood into
that of the fetus, and waste products pass in the reverse direction.
The placenta is expelled from the uterus at the birth of the fetus,
when it is often called the afterbirth.
Is it safe for consumption?
Throughout history, mankind has known the incredible restorative
powers of placenta. In ancient Egypt, soldiers consume fresh
placenta to rejuvenate themselves for battle.
In China, it has long been used for over a 1400 years as a beauty
tonic, kidney tonic and aphrodisiac promoting general health.
The French has long used it as a beauty revitaliser, enhancing
body energy, skin complexion and limiting the aging process.
Sheep placenta has been used by the British Royal Family for
1400 years as medicine or promoting general health.
In some cultures, placenta is prepared as a soup for new mothers
to help them recover their energy and avoid post-natal depression.
Today, it is a favorite among those who wishes to preserve their
youth and beauty.
What are the unique benefits of sheep placenta?
Sheep placenta offers one of the richest sources of nutrients,
growth factors, immune co-factors and bio-active cytokines ever
known. If it is rich enough to nourish a developing embryo, just
think of what it can do for your skin and health. Recent
scientific research has shown that placenta contains rich growth
factors, hormones and antibodies, and other concentrated nutrients
that can rejuvenate organic tissue. Some of them promote cell
growth, some regulate hormone secretion and some of them
strengthen our immune system.