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We have used certified organic ingredients where-ever possible and will hopefully begin the process of certification for the entire brand soon.

Daily application of oils is a key component of traditional pregnancy care in India. Beyond preventing skin itching and stretch marks, using ayurvedic oils daily reduces stress, pain and invokes a loving ritual between mama and baby.⁣

⁣Our VATA oil is safe from the second trimester onwards and is extremely high in herbs and vitamins most needed in these times. Potent herbs, vitamins, safe essential oils and crystal gem elixirs make this oil extremely therapeutic.

As aromatherapists, our brand features organic essential oils and we err on the side of caution by recommending to avoid the use of KAPHA oil, PITTA oil, FULL BLOOM body oil, and FULL BLOOM perfume until late pregnancy.

This is due to the Jasmine and Clary sage components. Full Bloom tea may be drunken in moderate amounts throughout pregnancy, but larger doses are best taken in the lead up to labour.

Vata oil is our pregnancy oil and all other products including mists, teas and essences across the range are safe for pregnancy. 

A biogenic substance or essence is a product made from a life form, in this case we use an infusion method of crystals and flowers. It is similar to homeopathy, in that there is a transferal of vibrational patterns. Each flower and crystal is chosen for their specific healing properties and effect on whole being wellness.

We have listed any safety information associated with each product on the products description, as the products have been naturopathcically formulated we have been extra cautious in our safety profiles. Our products are all safe to use.

We recommend you keep all of our products in a cool, dark place away from sunlight and use within the designated guideline of 6-12 months from opening as displayed on product packaging.

We recommend patch testing first if you have allergies. Our products have been trialled by people with highly sensitive skin with no adverse reactions. If you have any particular allergies or want any further information we are happy to assist you, please feel free to contact us anytime.

Each of our bengkungs are handmade using a traditional dye method called batik. During this process natural wax is used to create the patterns. Some residue may occasionally be left over and will come out in the first wash.

The traditional bengkung has an instructional YouTube available on our homepage and also each bengkung comes with a step by step guide and bag.

The modern bengkung also has an instructional video available on the product page. It is used by wrapping the flat panels of cloth around your abdomen from the base of your hips to just below your bust and then it has simple thread through loops to guide you through the process of creating a bind on the abdomen.

We include a scannable brochure with bengkung orders also. Please contact us for a detailed PDF for the benkgungs also.

It is recommended to commence belly binding 1-2 days after delivery for a vaginal birth. For a C-section, we recommend wait 3-4 weeks or until you have gained approval from you health care provider and the wound is cleared.

We recommend wearing the benkgung for 12 hours a day for the first 6 weeks to 3 months. Some women bind regularly for the first 3-6months, others may bind on and off over the first year. The best results come from binding consistently on a daily basis as soon as possible after delivery. However, it is never too late to start a womb and abdomen recovery regime with benkgung belly binding.

We have women of all ages and in all stages of life begin binding for increased recovery and awareness of the womb and abdomen space. Whilst the most obvious results come from using immediately after delivery or abdominal surgery, you can still bring healing awareness and recovery if you start years later.

Some women choose to reuse their benkung for PMS support, it makes a wonderful support for cramps and backache. Others put aside for future babies, or share with friends and family members. 

Absolutely, it is important to wash them as they do absorb oil and sweat during the postpartum period, we recommend either hand washing with a gentle detergent or placing inside a smalls bag and using a gentle cycle on the washing machine.

Do NOT use fabric softener. And it is preferable to air dry the bengkungs - dryers may cause shrinkage.

It is ideal to have two bengkungs on hand, so you can continue to bind when one is in the wash.

For postpartum there is a general healing oil - we always recommend Vata oil for postpartum. The herbs and oils in this oil are very grounding, restorative and repairing for a women's skin and nervous system postpartum. The key priority for postpartum care is to calm the Vata.

After women give birth, no matter what their original constitution is, they are high in Vata due to the space left in their womb. When you combine all the lost sleep, loss of fluids and disturbance of digestion - you can see why calming Vata is important. As such it is highly recommended to use nourishing oils and warming foods, and reduce Vata deranging actions - including the intake of cold foods, stimulants, travel, and exposure to wind.

Generally, people with dry skin and a tendency to “feel cold” are healed and nourished by warming herbs and sesame oil - this is our Vata oil (also the most commonly used for postpartum to counteract and cold in the body after delivery).⁣

People who run warm and have oily/rosy skin are cooled and nourished by coconut and cooling herbs- this is our Pitta oil (also wonderful for inflammation). ⁣

People with thick, soft, slightly moist skin who usually don’t feel either too warm or too cold are enlivened by circulation stimulating herbs and warming oils - this is our Kapha oil (a favourite for lymphatic congestion and fluid retention).⁣

The three doshas V A T A,  P I T T A,  & K A P H A are forces within our body made up of a combination of energies called the Five Elements. We each have varying amounts of the doshas that ultimately make up our individual constitution. The characteristics associated with each dosha and its primary elements helps you recognise which dosha you are predominately.

We recommend choosing an oil that will bring your constitution back into balance, doshas easily go out of balance and lifestyle and self-care practices are essential for optimal wellbeing.


  • Dry – Dryness of body of mind due to the air.
  • Cold – Cold and spacious.
  • Light – Expansive space.
  • Irregular – Unevenness due to excessive dryness.
  • Mobile – Movement & travel.
  • Rarefied – Esoteric.

When V A T A energy is high there may be dry skin, dry hair, dry eczema, cracked lips, internal dryness and constipation, and nervous system dysfunction.

V A T A accumulates in the:

  • Brain
  • Heart
  • Colon
  • Bones
  • Lungs
  • Bladder
  • Bone Marrow
  • Nervous system

When P I T T A energy is high there may be inflammation including rashes and pustular acne, skin sensitivity, irritability of body and mind, a burning digestive system, and a hot temper.

P I T T A accumulates in the:

  • Skin
  • Eyes
  • Liver
  • Brain
  • Blood
  • Spleen
  • Endocrine
  • Small Intestine


  • Oily – Unctuous & oily.
  • Cold – Reduced heat and activity of metabolic processes.
  • Heavy – A side effect of the stability of the Earth element.
  • Stable – Grounded due to the Earth.
  • Viscous – Stickiness of excess Earth.
  • Dense – Solid mentally and physically.
  • Smooth – More even due to a lack of air and dryness. 

When K A P H A energy is high there may be excess weight, swelling, fluid retention, cellulite, puffiness, dull skin, blackhead and sluggish digestion.

K A P H A accumulates in the:

  • Brain
  • Joints
  • Mouth
  • Lymph
  • Stomach
  • Pleural Cavity
  • Pericardial Cavity

A tri-doshic type has relatively equal amounts of each dosha and as such experiences more balance. Tri-doshic products are designed to balance all doshas.

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