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Heat Pack Instructions

Recommended Use

Heat therapy is best used on chronic pain or conditions. It allows the blood vessels to expand and muscles to relax. For example, apply heat to:

  • Muscle pain or soreness
  • Period pain
  • Stiff joints
  • Arthritis
  • Old/recurring injuries

Cold/Ice therapy is best applied to an acute or new injury. Typically a sprain involves soft tissue damage and inflammation. Applying a cold pack restricts the blood vessels and reduces the swelling. Examples of injuries to apply cold therapy to are:

  • Ankle or knee sprains
  • Pulled muscles
  • Red, hot or swollen body parts
  • Acute pain after intense exercise
For Heat

Heat in the microwave on full power for 2 minutes on each side

If required, you can heat for longer

Ensure you do not over-heat the seeds to avoid burning them

Place the pack on the area requiring attention, but be careful of placing on bare skin

Repeat as required

For Cold

Place the pack in the freezer 2 hours before required

Place the pack on the body area