Olga Lounová described how she used the placenta. The doctors shake their heads

Singer Olga Lounová (41) is currently experiencing one of the best times of her life. He and his partner Jan Kregl (36) gave birth to a little daughter Arianne a few days ago. The new mother also boasted of respecting current trends and had her placenta processed, from which, among other things, a dye was created. A number of doctors have commented on the products of this temporary organ in the past. They consider his eating objectionable.

Olga Lonova informed of the moment of his life on Thursday November 17th through emotional photos on social networks. “The most beautiful air in the world sounded for me, from your little mouth. Welcome, Ariadne. Welcome to our hearts, where you have always belonged. Welcome to the family. I couldn’t wait to hold you in my arms, yet I was speechless when I did. You are a miracle, a gift and an endless love. You my dear little girl, you made me a mom and I only wish you were the happiest being in the universe,” wrote the emotional singer in her post, in which she revealed that she has become a mom. Little Ariadne after giving birth she measured 50 centimeters and weighed 3.160 grams.

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During the weekend a satisfied Lounová added more details to her big day. She was also happy that she only spent a few hours in the maternity hospital and then was able to move quickly into her familiar surroundings. “We gave birth on an outpatient basiswhich means that a few hours after the birth and the first check of the baby and the mother, if all goes well, we go home,” revealed the singer on his Instagram and added that it should be normal for every mother to decide for herself when to come home from maternity leave.

He used the placenta every last bit

The singer has now confided that she never wants to forget the arrival of her daughter and that she has also made full use of her placenta. Currently, there are trends recommending women to process the temporary organ created during pregnancy after childbirth.

Mother of little Arianne he used the placenta in a really creative way. He had a decal made of it to use as a painting. He created the finished artwork for her midwife Natálie Sedlická, whom Lounová hasn’t forgotten to thank via her Instagram.

Besides decals, he used the placenta for other things as well. “You asked me if I could get placenta tincture. Yes, she did. And also dry it in small pieces if necessary, ”Lounová revealed to her fans on her Instagram. She thus joined the ranks of women who believe that the placenta can be beneficial to health.

Placenta tincture is used by some women to support breastfeedingOthers believe the placenta reduces anxiety, helps with the difficult transition period, and works during significant hormonal fluctuations. You can also find recipes on the Internet on how to process a temporary organ. Some expectant mothers debate whether it is better to consume it dried or process it as soon as possible after giving birth.

The experts shake their heads

In the animal kingdom, it is common for a variety of mammals to eat the placenta. However, this trend has only recently caught on in humans. “I’ve had nothing but excellent experiences with my placenta. After my home birth, my midwife made me a cocktail of blueberries, raspberries, homemade yoghurt, and bits of placenta. I felt great after the birth, and I think it’s I was also thanks to cocktails. Then I made placenta capsules from frozen placenta. I use them intuitively, according to the feeling. I have them in the fridge and when I smell them I take a capsule. They work on me like a natural ‘red bull’ ”, one of the professional moms described her experience Medical journal.

“I was very surprised at first. Now I know that when I have a busier day ahead or feel slightly exhausted, I take a capsule and immediately adjust to the mode in which I feel best. I loaded a piece of placenta and soon it I’m going to make a tincture. I can’t wait. I can say about myself that the experience with my placenta surprised me a lot and I’m glad I helped myself with my material,” she added.

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However, the consumption of the placenta (so-called placentophagy) is accepted with embarrassment by the professional public. It is true that this organ contains a large number of hormones. However, they lose their biological activity during oral administration and subsequent digestion.

“There are many subjective reports of women perceiving the benefit of eating placenta, but no systematic research has been done on the benefits or harms of eating it,” psychiatry professor Crystal Clark, who works at the Institute, explained in her study. ‘American Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and focuses primarily on psychological disorders associated with human reproduction.

“The conclusions of the studies conducted on mice cannot be translated into benefits for humans,” points out Crystal Clark. Scientists believe that wild animals in the wild eat the placenta to disguise the birth site from potential predators. The question of why some animal species consume it, however, remains open.

“It is surprising that women who decide to have placentophagy, being very careful about what enters their body during pregnancy and breastfeeding, are willing to ingest something for which there is no evidence of benefit and which is at the same time a risk to themselves and their children,” added psychologist Cynthia Coyle, who also works at Northwestern University and collaborated on Professor Crystal Clark’s study.

But a number of famous women claim that the placenta gives them strength and a lot of energy. For example, Kourtney Kardashian (43) signed up for consumption. For example, she ate processed products of Czech actresses Michaela Tomesova (31).

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