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Wheat Bag Mono Retro Print (Removable Cover)

Wheat Bag Mono Retro Print (Removable Cover)

wheat bag, heat pack, handmade, Australian made, 100% cotton, reusable

Regular price $35.00 AUD
Regular price Sale price $35.00 AUD
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Wheat filled and handmade in Melbourne.  Our beautiful heat/cold wheatbags made from 100% cotton fabric and feature a removable cover for easy cleaning, and inner flannel pillow.  Now more generous in size measuring approx. 38 x 15cm.

The choice is yours; unscented or scented with lavender essential oils.  Alternatively place a few drops of your favourite essential oils on the inner flannel pillow.

Perfect for natural pain relief from cramps, muscle pain and aches, or use cold on hot summer days.

Pattern placements may vary from that featured in the product image.

Refer below for care and use instructions as well as shipping information.

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Shipping + delivery

1) Free shipping Australia wide on orders $100 and over (calculated at checkout).

2) Flat rate $10 - via Australia Post 6-14 business days.

3) Express Post flat rate $15 - via Australia Post 1-5 Working Days.

4) FREE delivery on orders within 10 km of postcode 3190 (VIC)

Orders are dispatched within 1-2 business days via Australia Post. Delivery can take between 1-14 business days depending on location and time of year.

Read more on our shipping policy here.

What are wheat bags used for?

Use heated wheat bag for natural pain relief from cramps, sore muscles and lower back pain.

A cold wheat pack is great for those hot summer nights, or when you just need to cool down.

How to heat + cool

To heat, place in the microwave for approx 2 minutes. Heat in 30 sec bursts to avoid overheating.

To cool, place in a freezer proof container and leave for 30 - 60 minutes.

Important to remember

CAUTION: Wheat is flammable when heated for too long. Microwave in 20-30 second burst and do not heat unattended.

Do not overheat and always place a mug of water in the microwave to avoid wheat drying out or burning.