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Navy Wheat Bag

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Blästa Henriët
$48.49
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Description

The wheat bag is designed to reach all the way around the neck and other parts of the body to soothe tense muscles, pains or cramping. Heatable in the microwave or oven, cool in the freezer. Wrap around your shoulders, neck, hips or belly and use as a more flexible alternative to the traditional hot water bottle. The inner bag is divided in 6 sections to prevent the wheat from falling to one side. The outer cover can be taken off for washing. Comes unscented in plastic-free packaging with clear instructions and suggested areas of use. Add your own scent using essential oils. • 100% natural • Soft linen material • Filling stitched into sections • Reusable and durable • Washable outer cover • Generously filled with 1kg of British wheat • Natural and wholesome aroma - no added scent • Can be scented with essential oils • Instructions on both packaging and product tag • Scandinavian design • Made in England Heating and cooling times Microwave: 1 - 3 minutes 600W Oven: 10 - 15 minutes 125 °C To use as cold pack, freeze for a minimum of 1 hour. Materials Cover: 100% European Linen. Inner Bag: Natural cotton & British Wheat Size: 60 x 20 cm Weight: 1kg Natural remedies, traditional craftsmanship and a passion for linen is at the heart of Lo's business, a Swedish native. She works with sustainable linen flax and Cotswold wheat to create self-care products that provide relaxation, natural pain relief and everyday comfort. Their fabric is sourced directly from the mill in Europe. Every other part that goes into making products is done in the UK. This includes details such as the stitching, label making and fabric printing. Lo's products are designed to be durable, multipurpose and timeless.

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