Aussie woman makes $15,000 a year selling placenta products including face creams, keepsakes and smoothies.

Ciara Noble, a 23-year-old midwife from Melbourne, collects placentas within 12 hours of labour and turns them into consumable items and keepsakes for the new mothers.

“Some people might be turned off by it, but it’s such a natural and beautiful thing,” Ms Noble said.

“I first heard about the possible benefits of placenta encapsulation, which turns the placenta into pills to swallow, after I graduated from university.”

She has provided over 100 women with capsules, essences, face creams, creative keepsakes and even raw smoothies made from their own placentas.

Ms Noble works full time as midwife and earns $15,000 a year through her business Kindred Postnatal Products, which she launched in January 2017 after becoming a certified Placenta Remedies Specialist.

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  • Thanks but no thanks !


  • I don’t like the idea of eating your placenta. Its an organ designed to extract toxins. Animals eat it so prey are less likely to smell their babies. We don’t really need to worry about that.


  • Arrrggghh… not for me thanks. This is obviously a growing industry.


  • Whatever floats your boat but that’s not for me, ugh!


  • Man that’s creepy!


  • WTF is this world coming too. Stop trying to change the genders of beautiful things.


  • To each their own but it’s a definite no for me


  • Each to their own I guess. I really don’t like the thought of it and I personally couldn’t consume my placenta but I have heard that there is a lot of benefits from doing this and if people want to do that and it’s safe for them to do so then good luck to them


  • I know when my mother had me, the midwives took turns taking them home to cook and eat with.


  • I’ll pass on this.


  • Is the Mother the Placenta came from always given back the entire placenta????


  • Yes … the world has gone mad…


  • This is not a natural thing. This is not a natural thing. This is not a natural thing. Shall I say it again?

    Doctors have specifically advised against mother’s doing this, she shouldn’t be in the medicinal field of she’s going against that advice.


  • Yuk, but if others like it, why not?


  • Keepsake sounds beautiful but not sure how I’d feel eating it


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