Chalkboard Smarts: Flax Seed Hot/Cold Pack | Microwavable Heating Pad and Ice Pack - SALE
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Handmade Flax Seed Hot and Cold Pack
Enjoy the soothing comfort of a flax seed heating pad and cooling pack.
Microwave for two minutes to get an hour’s worth of relaxing heat or keep in the freezer for a handy ice pack.
Don’t let the attractive design fool you, doubling as a warm compress and cold compress, this Willy Pad is built for durability. Double-sided with the same fabric and double-stitched for added strength, it’s made to go in and out of the freezer and microwave, and can easily take rough handling from children. In fact, it’s a perfect “boo boo pack” for kids’ bumps and bruises or heat it up to help a little one calm down to sleep.
It can be used to relieve achy pains, headaches, soreness, tension, cramps, sinus pressure, muscle aches, stress, boo-boos, and a multitude of other needs....
Each pad is handmade and filled with golden flax seed and and can be scented with lavender, peppermint, rose or left unscented.
Lavender has healing properties that promote a feeling of calm and relaxation.
The refreshing nature of Peppermint relieves stress and clears the mind from mental exhaustion.
Sweet and floral, Rose fragrance helps calm nervous tension.
Golden Flax Seed is much more durable and pliable than other fillers, allowing you to mold the bag easily to any body part and is much softer than corn or rice, which can become harsh. By using flax seed, its outer shell doesn't emit the “food” odor that rice and other dry products do over time. The seeds also stay warmer/colder longer. Flax Seed is 30-40% oil, which remains inside the seed to be warmed again and again. Most grain products lose their ability to retain heat as the water cooks out of the grains.
Keep your pad in the freezer for an easy to grab ice pack, then when needed warm, microwave for 2 minutes for a quick heating pad that will stay hot for approximately 1 hour. Instructions included in package.
Materials: cotton quilting fabric, thread, lavender, flax seeds
Please note that fabric pattern placement may vary from photograph