Aaahhh, the 14″ x 18″ back wrap, hard to find this size anywhere, it’s bigger than mom’s old electric heating pad. It’s so big, it covers your whole back!
The favorite of “Massage Therapists” and “Physical Therapists” for back pain relief. As they say, you should always heat and relax the area before you stretch – less chance of hurting yourself, especially if you are recovering from a bulging or slipped disc, or spinal disc herniation’s. Because our back wraps are filled with a hearty four pounds of Flax seed, they lay weight balanced and are soft and conforming to you. They drape well over the whole shoulder area for rotator cuff therapy too.
Back wraps feel wonderful to lay on in bed. When under the blankies with you they will hold warmth for hours. My favorite thing about this one…fold it in half you can fit both feet in it!
Dogs and cats love our heating wraps too! We have sold many of these big wraps for animal bed warmers. And bigger dogs suffering with hip dysplasia and arthritis can get relief from their pain, just warm it up and lay it across their hips. They love it and may just surprise you the next day when they show you how much better they feel.
- The wrap inside is made with quilting sections so the herbs stay evenly spaced.
- All wraps come in a removable, washable cover, available in cotton or flannel.
- Available in Unscented (No Aromatherapy added) or Lavender Aromatherapy.
To Heat: Place folded back wrap on the turntable in your microwave. Heat on high for 3 1/2 to 4 minutes. Flip around, or refold differently half way through the heating time for balanced heating. Do not over heat!
To Cool: Enclose wrap in Ziploc bag and leave in freezer.
How to Order our
Cotton (CT) and Flannel (FL) Neck Wraps
- Choose your aromatherapy
- Choose your fabric
- Click add to cart
Differences between Cotton (CT) and Flannel (FL) fabric
The thin cotton covers work well for hot and cold therapy. Flannel covers are wonderful for heat therapy. They are very soft and the flannel is insulating, so they hold the heat well. Flannel is not recommended for cold therapy. It is too thick of a barrier. All fabrics are pre-washed.