Wheatbags Love

Lavender Wheatbag

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  • Longer in length
  • Can be used hot or cold
  • Soothes sore muscles & aching joints
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Product Description

Wheatbags Love Lavender Wheatbag is soothing, warming and offers natural pain relief to sore muscles and aching joints.

These wheatbags are longer in length, so they fit comfortably across shoulders, tummies, lower backs, and feet. They're useful for sore shoulders, tight necks, period cramps, aching lower backs, and stomach pain amongst many other uses.

Made in Australia from 100% French flat linen or cotton, wheat and lavender. They are the perfect addition to every home and workplace.

Each wheatbag comes with its own gift box, so they make great presents to send to loved ones.

Size: 44cm x 13cm (pictured folded in half).

Put your wheatbag in the microwave on high for 2 minutes. Shake to evenly distribute the heat, then place on areas of soreness or aching. Allow time for the heat to gently seep into the muscles or sore area. The heat pack will last between 30-45 min depending on the surrounding air temperature.

It is not recommended to heat them for longer than 2 and a half minutes as they become too hot to put comfortably on your skin. Please note that the wheatbag may not feel very warm when you first remove them from the microwave, as the heat is concentrated in the middle of the bag.

To use as a cold pack, place in the freezer for at least 30 minutes until it’s cold, then use on sprains and strains to reduce inflammation and pain.

It won't freeze as there's no water content. Safe to store in a freezer-safe container.

Arches Blue:

100% Cotton, Australian Wheat, Organic Lavender.

Copper & Slate:

100% French Flax Linen, Australian Wheat, Organic Lavender.

Lavender Wheatbag