Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency: Precious Mammaries Breast Milk Jewelry & DNA Keepsakes

Breast Milk & DNA jeweler Precious Mammaries just recently started accepting BitCoin, LiteCoin, and other cryptocurrencies — and they are the first of their niche to do so.

If you don’t know what breast milk jewelry is, have a sit but don’t drink or eat while you’re reading! Actually, it’s not as odd as you might think. It’s quite interesting, and moms all around are crazy about it.

What’s breast milk jewelry?

DNA keepsakes use DNA material. The most common type is breast milk jewelry which is made from breast milk to remember those special moments shared by mommy and baby. This can be worn or passed down as heirloom to family.

How is it made?

DNA from breast milk, placenta, ashes, or baby’s hair are solidified into the gem used as the stone for the jewelry piece you pick. Choose from beautiful designs on their website, http://yourbreastmilk.com Once you complete your order, you receive instructions on how and where to send your breast milk and other materials. You get status updates from the time you send in your milk. Turnaround time usually is several weeks depending on the piece, but Precious Mammaries can successfully complete it within a week’s time.

What is different about Precious Mammaries?

Besides the speedy turnaround and accepting digital currency, Precious Mammaries also produces ethereal stones from each mother’s breast milk which look like “thumbprint” patterns. Each of the stones is unique to the mother, so no two stones are alike.

What’s also special about them is that Precious Mammaries only needs about a teaspoon or less of breast milk per piece, assuring low supply mothers that they don’t have to give up too much of their milk for baby on this.

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