Discover the ultimate relief with our Australian Made Lupin Heat Pad, expertly crafted to target neck and shoulder discomfort. Uniquely designed for a snug fit, this microwave heat pack offers soothing warmth to alleviate muscle pain, aches, and tension. Ease away stress and enjoy the natural comfort of lupin. Perfect for addressing muscular stress, mastitis, and more. Experience the soothing embrace of our lupin heat wrap today. Brand - Theramed.
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Neck and Shoulder Wrap
The neck and shoulder wrap offers a comforting therapeutic warmth to soothe your muscles, making it particularly beneficial for travelers and those enduring extended hours in an office chair, working in front of a computer. Its ergonomic design ensures such a comfortable fit that you'll hardly be aware of wearing it. Additionally, it's worth noting that the use of natural lupin makes it 30% lighter than the typical wheat found in regular heat bags.
Created with a specific focus on addressing neck and shoulder discomfort, our heat pack is tailored to provide relief. Harnessing the circulatory advantages of natural heat therapy, our heat pack wrap is exceptionally effective for alleviating the distressing effects of neck and shoulder pain resulting from muscle strains or the general discomfort stemming from poor sleeping positions or prolonged computer use at the office. Designed to fit all sizes conveniently, the wrap's application enables the easy dispersal of neck and shoulder pain through the gentle application of natural heat therapy. Our Natural Lupin Heat Wrap simplifies this process with its single-wrap shaped heat pack design.
- Easy to heat in the microwave.
- Freeze and use as a cold pack.
- Odour and allergen-free.
- 100% natural cotton corduroy cover.
- Handmade in Australia from 100% natural Australian lupins.
- Chemical and fungicide free.
- A better heat retainer than traditional wheat bags/heat.packs.
- One simple size fits all.
Heat Therapy Benefits
- Muscle Relaxation: Heat therapy works wonders in relaxing and loosening tense muscles. The heat promotes blood flow and circulation, which brings more oxygen and nutrients to the targeted area, helping to heal damaged muscle tissue.
- Pain Relief: Heat therapy can alleviate pain, including intermittent or chronic pain. It can be particularly beneficial for those with arthritis, muscle tension, or chronic back pain.
- Increased Flexibility: Heat therapy can help increase flexibility and range of motion. When applied, the heat can help stretch the soft tissues, including neck muscles, connective tissue, and adhesions, leading to improved flexibility.
- Improved Circulation: Applying heat to an area can stimulate blood flow and circulation. Increased blood flow delivers more oxygen and nutrients to the area, which aids in the healing process.
- Stress and Tension Reduction: The comforting effect of heat can also help to reduce stress and tension, promoting relaxation and a sense of well-being.
- Management of Joint Pain and stiffness: Heat therapy is often used to soothe discomfort in joints caused by arthritis or other conditions. The heat can ease stiffness and make movement more comfortable.
- Post-Exercise Recovery: After exercising, heat therapy can help to reduce muscle soreness and promote recovery by boosting circulation and aiding in the removal of lactic acid buildup.
- Menstrual Pain Relief: Some women find heat therapy helpful in relieving menstrual cramps. The heat can relax the contracting muscles in the uterus, which can ease the pain.
||100% Australian Grown Lupins
|Cut out portion for neck
||15cm x 15cm
|Country of Manufacture
Do they fit large men? They all should fit both male and female just fine. We should definitely update some images to show some males though.
How long in microwave? Best to initially heat in shorter intervals (30 seconds) and then give a shake and reheat if not hot enough. Once you have an idea about how strong your microwave is you can heat for longer. Just dont want to burn the lupins initially.
What is Lupin? The yellow legume seeds of lupins, commonly called lupin beans, were popular with the Romans, who spread the plant's cultivation throughout the Roman Empire. Lupin or Lupini Beans are yellow legume seeds of the lupinus genus plant, and were once a common food of the Mediterranean basin and Latin America.
Does Lupin have an odour? All seed tend to have an odour when heated up. Lupin can have a slight smell of popcorn.
How long do you microwave for? No longer than 2 minutes at a time.