Therapacks – Wrist
Therapacks are cotton hot/cold pads filled with lupin grains used for natural and effective pain management and optimal health. The various Therapacks are designed to mold to different parts of the body for maximum therapeutic treatment.
Features & Benefits
- Lupin is natural, lighter than wheat and able to retain heat/cold longer
- Breathable fabric
- Odour Free
- Not prone to weevil infestation
- Hand Washable
- Velcro attachments on various packs allow for hands free mobility
Cold Pack Applicatiion: Store pack in freezer as per instructions to chill for immediate use
Hot Pack Application: Heat in the microwave or oven as per instructions
This is held in place with Velcro fastening straps. As a hot pack they can ease joint pains such as repetitive overuse, tennis elbow and rheumatism. As a cold pack they will reduce swelling, bruising and soreness caused by ankle sprains.
- Wrist Pack 30 cm x 16 cm
Please note colours may vary, Blue, Green or Red
This simple design offers targeted relief for pain.
Colours – Green, Red, Blue
All colours not always available
Microwave Oven – Heat the pack in a turntable microwave set to High for the time recommended above.
As a safety measure, always place a glass of water in the microwave to reduce the risk of the pack
WARNING: Never use recycled paper products in microwave ovens unless they are specifically approved for
microwave use. Some recycled products including paper towels and even waxed paper may contain minute
metal flecks. When a microwave oven is operating, the interaction between microwaves and the metal can cause
sparks and even flames.
Convection Oven – Insert the pack into an oven-safe bag, to keep pack clean. Preheat the oven to 200
degrees Celsius. Lower the temperature to 50 degrees Celsius. Place the bag in the oven for the time
recommended above. Check the pack at 5, 10 and 15 minutes to obtain the desired temperature.
Freezer – Seal the pack into a plastic bag, to keep pack clean, place it in the freezer for the time
Washing Hot & Cold Packs:
Hand wash in warm soapy water, then rinse well. To dry, immediately place the pack in an oven heated to
50 degrees Celsius for around 15 – 20 minutes. Packs can also be dried in tumble driers which have a drying
shelf to keep pack from tumbling. On a warm sunny day the packs could be hung on a washing line. Packs
must not be allowed to remain wet or damp or the contents will go mouldy.