Look, I support all sorts of post-birth rituals. Proof: my mother-in-law took my daughter's fallen-off navel to bury it in Liberia, one of our family's many homelands. Cool.
But this is just… Well, I'll let you decide for yourselves.
Feast your eyes upon the Placenta Teddy Bear
From the article:
"The placenta must be cut in half and rubbed with sea salt to cure it. After it is dried out, it is treated with an emulsifying mixture of tannin and egg yolk to make it soft and pliable. Then, you craft it into a teddy bear."
Oh! Then I craft it into a teddy bear? Thanks.