To @Female perspective and all pregnant women on KTalk....

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Ka-Buda

Village Elder
#1
First off; Congratulations to @Female Perspective. Parenthood is a beautiful Blessing.

Anyhow?; Has anyone of you considered eating your placenta after you give birth?

Placentophagy as it is known is increasingly becoming more popular as we humans become more civilised and do away with taboos and culturally held myths.
The placenta is full of nutrients that quickly replenish the mother`s immune system and as also been known to help in the reduction of hormonal imbalances that occur after child birth thus helping wade off Post=natal depression etc.
It is recommended to not cook it if you are "brave" enough and there are plenty of recipies available online on how to make a good milk shake etc.

I am Not saying that i have eaten Placenta But i will not Deny it either.
Things we do to support the mother of our children hhe?......
I shallow fried it in a pan soon after we came home. The hospital was kind enough to store it and pack it safely until she was allowed to go home.
Every mother should try it. And for you fathers; Leave a generous portion for yourself and make an omelette with it. It guarantees a good bonding between you and the baby.

#weonlyliveonce
 

Web Dev

Village Elder
#3
First off; Congratulations to @Female Perspective. Parenthood is a beautiful Blessing.

Anyhow?; Has anyone of you considered eating your placenta after you give birth?

Placentophagy as it is known is increasingly becoming more popular as we humans become more civilised and do away with taboos and culturally held myths.
The placenta is full of nutrients that quickly replenish the mother`s immune system and as also been known to help in the reduction of hormonal imbalances that occur after child birth thus helping wade off Post=natal depression etc.
It is recommended to not cook it if you are "brave" enough and there are plenty of recipies available online on how to make a good milk shake etc.

I am Not saying that i have eaten Placenta But i will not Deny it either.
Things we do to support the mother of our children hhe?......
I shallow fried it in a pan soon after we came home. The hospital was kind enough to store it and pack it safely until she was allowed to go home.
Every mother should try it. And for you fathers; Leave a generous portion for yourself and make an omelette with it. It guarantees a good bonding between you and the baby.

#weonlyliveonce
Hannibal detected
 

Older+

Village Elder
#5
First off; Congratulations to @Female Perspective. Parenthood is a beautiful Blessing.

Anyhow?; Has anyone of you considered eating your placenta after you give birth?

Placentophagy as it is known is increasingly becoming more popular as we humans become more civilised and do away with taboos and culturally held myths.
The placenta is full of nutrients that quickly replenish the mother`s immune system and as also been known to help in the reduction of hormonal imbalances that occur after child birth thus helping wade off Post=natal depression etc.
It is recommended to not cook it if you are "brave" enough and there are plenty of recipies available online on how to make a good milk shake etc.

I am Not saying that i have eaten Placenta But i will not Deny it either.
Things we do to support the mother of our children hhe?......
I shallow fried it in a pan soon after we came home. The hospital was kind enough to store it and pack it safely until she was allowed to go home.
Every mother should try it. And for you fathers; Leave a generous portion for yourself and make an omelette with it. It guarantees a good bonding between you and the baby.

#weonlyliveonce
Was taking late supper lakini imekosa taste all of sudden..
 

le scumbag

Village Elder
#6
Cheesus !!!! What ferkery are you advocating for??
It would have helped just a tiny little bit if you were a woman...but you are not!

@Ka-Buda...hata kama ni ku-embrace everything "modern" this is going a bit too far...
 

kiLo-

Village Elder
#10
Saw this on a documentary on African rituals. Included in the show were madogi, sehemu za nyeti (chali), if not whole. I'm glad nilikua nacheki man solo. Siwez expleinia mtu.
Ama Africa 197x was the documentary, I think
 
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