Elemental Beginnings Placenta Services Agreement

The purpose of this agreement is so that we are both clear on the service I provide and what may be expected of each other.

Please check all boxes where indicated. You can contact me via my website at any time if you have any questions.

I will confirm receipt of your form and send further information within 2 business days, if you haven't heard from me however, please check your junk/spam folder or email me at kelly@elementalbeginnings.net

Kind regards
Kelly

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    Limitations and Disclaimer

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    Client Responsibilities

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    Packaging and Transportation

    Whether birthing at home or in a hospital, please ensure that your placenta is kept fresh. It can remain at room temperature for a maximum of 4 hours following the birth. Within that time (or sooner if possible) it should be refrigerated or otherwise kept cool. If you are practicing some form of delayed cord cutting or lotus birth, ice packs may be wrapped up with the placenta to prevent spoilage. If it is going to be more than 4 days before the placenta can be prepared, it should be frozen. A frozen placenta will take somewhat longer to prepare since I prefer to gently defrost it prior to preparation. You can prepare your placenta for transport by placing it flat in two large, freezer strength zip lock bags or in a large plastic yoghurt or ice cream container, then into a cooler with ice packs or into a refrigerator within 4 hours of birth. This is very important to ensure your placenta is safe for consumption and is YOUR responsibility to make these arrangements until I can collect your placenta. Please do not rely on your hospital to store it for you. Your placenta must not be treated with alcohol, formalin, or any other preservative. Please let me know if you have any health concerns which may affect the health of your placenta or the health and safety of anyone who may come into contact with your placenta.

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