Small Heating Pad Heat Pack
Small Heat Pad, Un-filled $38.
Small Heat Pad Filled with Flax Seed $44.
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Our Hemp Small Heating Pad is fast and easy to use, just a few minutes in the microwave and you have moist heat therapy for your tired achy muscles.
Our HEMP Heating Pads filled with flax seed create luxurious moist heat therapy. The flax seed conform perfectly to your body, applying heat and gentle pressure. Flax seed high oil content gives them the ability to retain heat for a long period.
Use to apply heat directly to knees, shoulders or back.
It makes a great bed warmer!
Very soothing for abdominal cramps.
Our Hemp Heating Pads are refillable! You can refill with fresh flax seed, dried corn, rice, wheat, whatever you like, and whenever you like!
With care, any natural heating pad will give you years of therapeutic heat. However, eventually they all become stale and need to be replaced. Or if you overheat, they will have an unpleasant burned odor. With our Hemp Heating Pad all you need to do is empty the hemp bag and refill with fresh flax seed, rice, corn, whatever you wish.
Our heating pads are even machine washable!
Made with soft, durable, natural, 100% hemp linen. No dyes, no bleach, no toxins, just the natural hemp fiber against your skin.
Save money and fill it yourself! Shipping flax seed cost more then the flax seed do, so ordering an empty Hemp Heat Pad will save you $ in shipping. Flax seed are readily available in most grocery stores with a bulk foods section, at less then a dollar a pound. And it’s easy to fill it yourself!
If you would like your Hemp Heat Pad to be prefilled with flax seed, we can do that too. If you choose that option, it will be filled with about 2.5 pounds of flax seed.
Measures approx. 11″X14″
About Hemp, Hemp is naturally hypo-allergenic and mildew resistant. The fibers are naturally stain resistant and are much stronger then cotton. Hemp grows without the use of herbicides or pesticides and requires very little fertilizer. Unlike cotton, hemp is sustainable. It can grow in a wide range of climates, including all 50 states. Hemp grows fast and will produce multiple crops per year.
Hemp has enormous potential to become a major natural resource that would benefit both the economy and our environment. Currently the United states is the only developed nation the does not allow the farming of industrial hemp.
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