Lotus Birth

This is a birth where the baby is born and the cord is left unclamped. The placenta is then delivered and the baby reamains attached until being "Lotus born" when the cord naturally separtes at the naval.
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A summary of research supporting placentophagy in human mothers.  Lotus births may deliver most of the same benefits to the newborn, so take care in choosing who should benefit.  Anne Frye suggests giving a small portion of the placenta to the mother and leaving the rest intact and attached to the newborn in cases where both would benefit.

A summary of research supporting placentophagy in human mothers. Lotus births may deliver most of the same benefits to the newborn, so take care in choosing who should benefit. Anne Frye suggests giving a small portion of the placenta to the mother and leaving the rest intact and attached to the newborn in cases where both would benefit.

A more in depth knowledgeable reading on a Lotus Birth! Amazing stuff

A more in depth knowledgeable reading on a Lotus Birth! Amazing stuff

Lotus Birth FAQ: What is it?  Why do it?  How the heck do you do it?

Lotus Birth FAQ: What is it? Why do it? How the heck do you do it?


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This article does a good job explaining Lotus Birth. This was a lotus birth in the hospital.

This article does a good job explaining Lotus Birth. This was a lotus birth in the hospital.

lotus birth...love the sentiment, with did this with both our boys; their first few days were as gentle as they could be

lotus birth...love the sentiment, with did this with both our boys; their first few days were as gentle as they could be

A summary of research supporting placentophagy in human mothers.  Lotus births may deliver most of the same benefits to the newborn, so take care in choosing who should benefit.  Anne Frye suggests giving a small portion of the placenta to the mother and leaving the rest intact and attached to the newborn in cases where both would benefit.

A summary of research supporting placentophagy in human mothers. Lotus births may deliver most of the same benefits to the newborn, so take care in choosing who should benefit. Anne Frye suggests giving a small portion of the placenta to the mother and leaving the rest intact and attached to the newborn in cases where both would benefit.

Lotus Birth Kit  Cotton Lined for use with Lotus by LotusBorn

Cotton Print Lotus Birth Kits - Lined

Lotus Birth Kit Cotton Lined for use with Lotus by LotusBorn

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