Our natural unbleached cotton muslin provides the superior strength, support , comfort and control a quality Bengkung bind requires.

Your bind is approximately 9 inches wide by 16 yards long.
* This listing exclusively features frayed edges

This bind is our non dyed unbleached natural cotton bind being a soft cream color for you to dye yourself or enjoy the simplicity and purity of cottons natural color.

Proper wrapping is very important. Please reach out with questions, I am here to support you via my doula pages where I offer binding trainings and consultations. ( links listed below)

We are honored to be of assistance to you and your growing family during your healing postpartum Journey. For more information you can follow me on my  instagram page @dandelionlegacydoula   and visit my website for birth worker trainings.

Disclaimer: our provided information is for educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information on this page has been compiled from published sources of traditional use of botanicals and is provided only as a guide. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Dandelion Legacy Doula and Wellness Services LLC accepts no responsibility for incorrect use of information or products. Always consult your health care professional prior to use. Please reach out with your questions, we are here to support you.

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Traditionally used to support the postpartum body, Bengkung Belly Binding provides assistance to abdominal walls as they retract and vital organs as they return to pre-pregnancy size. The wrapping can, being done over or under the clothing, improve posture, support the torso, and loosened ligaments.

Belly binding is most effective during the first 8 weeks postpartum but can be useful for support after that time frame. It’s never too late to start binding! It seems to be most effective when done on a daily basis of 8-12 hours a day for about 40 days. You can certainly choose to do it for shorter periods of time, but there is no need to exceed 12 hours a day. Your body needs time to breathe and relax without the wrap in place.

For vaginal births:  You can start binding during the first week postpartum. Usually 2-3 days after delivery. It is recommended to start 3-5 days postpartum and as always, get permission from your care provider first.

For cesarean births:  After a cesarean birth it is not recommended to start until after your incision has healed, staples and/or stitches have been removed, and your care provider clears you for wrapping. Typically this is somewhere between 4-6 weeks postpartum.


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