How to use Placenta from Home?

What Is a Subcutaneous/ IM Injection?

A person can administer Placenta Extract into the abdomen, upper arm, thigh, lower back, hips, or buttocks – (Subcutaneous OR Intramuscular)

The most common injection sites are:

Abdomen (SUB or IM): at or under the level of the belly button, about two inches away from the navel
Arm(SUB or IM): back or side of the upper arm
Buttock (IM Only): left or right side of the buttock muscle

Take into account comfort, as injections into some sites can cause pain. Be sure to inject into a pinch of tissue and consider the different methods for injection at each site.

Each site delivers product to the bloodstream at different speeds, so consider these depending on your needs.-Avoid repeatedly administering injections to the same spot.

Easiest & Fastest way to inject placenta from home :

Abdomen via Subcutaneous

The abdomen is a common site for placenta injections. It is easy to access and often less painful than other sites due to protection by fat, greater surface area, and less muscle. To give an injection into the abdomen, pinch a section of fatty abdominal tissue, with fingers either side. The site should be between the waist and the hipbones about 2 inches away from the belly button. Avoid injecting near any scar tissue on the abdomen.

ALWAYS, i repeat- Always speak to a doctor for advice on self-administering and switching side of injections before attempting to do them at home.

Referring to the image above:
STEP 1: Prep Placenta Extract, Alcohol Swabx2, Syringe 3ml-5ml, 18G & 32G needles.

STEP 2: Disinfect Vials with alcohol swab before breaking seal

STEP 3: Break Vial using alcohol swab to avoid cut from glass, attach 18G needle to syringe and extract placenta from vial, recap once done.

STEP 4: Remove 18G needle and attach new 32G needle to syringe. With the cap on, turn the syringe needle facing up and push out any air or bubble from the syringe, make sure there’s no air in the syringe. Set aside.

STEP 5: Find inj site , 2 fingers gap away from belly button.

STEP 6: Disinfect injection area with alcohol swab.

STEP 7: Take a big pinch of skin between your thumb and index finger and hold it. (Your thumb and forefinger should be about an inch and a half apart.) This pulls the fatty tissue away from the muscle and makes the injection easier. Insert the needle 90°, 2/3 length of the needle into the skin, make sure you didn’t hit any blood veins, plunge and insert the placenta. You should do this quickly, but without great force. If you have very little fat on your body, you may need to inject the needle at a 45-degree angle to the skin.

Once it’s completed. Let go of the pinched skin and withdraw the needle. Discard the used needle in a puncture-resistant sharp’s container.
Use gauze to apply light pressure to the injection site. If there’s any bleeding, it should be very minor. You may notice a little bruising later. This is common and nothing to be concerned about.

If you’ll be doing placenta injection for more than one dose (2ml) or for multiple days, you’ll need to rotate the injection sites. This means that you shouldn’t inject medicine into the same spot twice in a row. If you are taking 4ml dose per jab, inject into 2-4 different points, 1-2ml per point.


As with any injection procedure, infection at the site of injection is a possibility.

Signs of infection at the injection site include:

-severe pain


-warmth or drainage

These symptoms should be reported to your physician immediately.


We recommend watching this video on how to give subcutaneous shot by a registered nurse , Link Below: