All the Placenta Things
Bury it and plant something on top
Make smoothies - pro tip: add a red fruit. You'll never know what you're drinking. ;)
Cook it - recipes like chili, tacos, etc. can be fed to just the birthing mom or the family, depending on beliefs and/or medicinal need
Do a placenta print with food safe dyes (if wanting to consume after), paint, or blood from the placenta
Dehydrate the cord in a shape
Tincture (taken for same benefits as the pills)
Make a healing placenta salve
Chocolate truffles - use essential oils or food flavorings for a delightful mix of flavors!
Make jewelry - necklaces, rings, even earrings or a keychain... include breastmilk or a lock of hair for a treasured keepsake.
Lotus birth - leave the cord and placenta attached to your baby, wrap the placenta in a cloth with herbs and salt to discourage odor and encourage drying until it detaches on its own, usually within a few days.