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Natural Lupin Heat Pack - Square Shape Natural Heating Pad
Service rating : Quick delivery, well packed!Product : Works brilliant! I would suggest that you offer covers for the Lupin Heat Bags as they are not easy to clean! But a cotton cover you could easily throw into the washing machine and it something you could sell additionally!
Service rating : Received item very quicklyProduct : Product is light and can be used on neck, back, stomach etc and not too heavy to carry around in bag etc
Natural Australian Lupin Grain Heat Packs are the best heat packs
Using pure natural Australian Lupin grain and pure Australian grown cotton, we are able to design and create an Australian made heat pack for therapeutic heat therapy right at home. Australian Lupin is Australia's most widely grown crop, and has a dynamic range of uses for human consumption. Natural Lupin grain is perfect for microwaving to heat as a heat pack wheat bag substitute. Rather than using wheat to make wheat packs and wheat bags, we choose to use pure Australian Lupin grain as it retains temperatures, both heat and cool, better and for longer.
Natural Australian Lupin Heat packs are the best heat packs for heat therapy. Rather than wheat packs, Lupin heat packs retain temperatures the best and last longer than traditional wheat packs! The natural Australian Lupin heat packs have a greater lifespan and will reheat faster for longer than conventional wheat packs.
Our lupins bags with their gentle penetrating heat or cold, go deep into the muscles to help nature with the act of healing. By simply warming in the microwave or chilling in the freezer, the natural lupins will assist to sooth aches, pains, stress and hot flushes.
Hand made in Australia from Australian lupins the Therapeutic Goods Administration (ARTG) number is 106788. The fabric is 100% natural cotton corduroy.
Totally Natural healing: Lupins are widely regarded as a “low allergy” alternative to wheat and are more resistant to moisture (to make cleaning easier) and less weight for more comfort.
Sponge your lupin bag lightly with luke-warm water to remove surface marks, being careful not to saturate product. Hang up to dry as soon as possible. When cover is dry, rub lupin bag briskly between your hands to ensure grains are dry. Do not tumble dry. Do not dry clean. Do not machine wash. Do not immerse in water.
Handmade in Australia from Australian lupins the Therapeutic Goods Administration (ARTG) number 106788. The fabric is 100% natural cotton corduroy.
What is Lupin?
The yellow legume seeds of lupins, commonly called lupin beans, were popular with the Romans, who spread the plant's cultivation throughout the Roman Empire. Lupin or Lupini Beans are yellow legume seeds of the lupinus genus plant, and were once a common food of the Mediterranean basin and Latin America.
Where I can buy it
Can you please call us on 03 8585 6685 and we can give you a list of stockists nearby to you. Warm regards, Brett Parnham.
Hi - Interested in buying a Lupin Heat Bag (20 X 20??). Do you sell something like a Velcro holder that would keep it in place / pace it in a certain location down my back?
Hi, We don't have the square with velcro attachment but we do have a lupin back with attachment if you are looking to strap to your back. It is a bit bigger but is very popular and well received by most users.
Warm regards, Brett.
Hi, does Lupin heat bag retain heat as well as wheat?
Secondly, do you combine postage for 2 items?
Yes the lupin does hold the heat approximately as long as the wheat. It is a dryer grain so does not require extra outer cover which does add to the cost of traditional wheat bags. The postage is usually dictated by the value of the goods but if you would like a more accurate freight quote please call us on 03 8585 6685 and we can give you exact freight for whatever goods you are after.
Warm regards, Brett Parnham.
Where can i purchase these from and do u have a webpage and any more sizes
As i need to buy some...
These are all the sizes that we have available and you can purchase them all online or call us on 03 8585 6685 and we can send them all out for you.
Warm regards, Brett.
(03) 8585 6685
Does Lupin have an odour ?
All seed tend to have an odour when heated up. Lupin can have a slight smell of popcorn.
How do I wash my Lupin Bag?
Sponge your lupin bag lightly with luke warm water to remove surface marks, being careful not to saturate product. Hang up to dry as soon as possible. When cover is dry, rub lupin bag briskly between your hands to ensure grains are dry. Do not tumble dry. Do not dry clean. Do not machine wash. Do not immerse.
How long to heat the lupin heat pack?
We recommend that you initially just heat for periods of 30 seconds, checking the product each time and flipping it over. Once you have tried this a few times you can put it on for longer periods until you get to your required heat. It is important not to heat for too long in the one position at the start as each microwave has different amounts of power and heating rates. Lupin are a natural product and like any natural product will damage if heated to long.
What's the difference between Lupin and Wheat?
While wheat is the traditional filler for a heat bag, we have found that lupin is lighter and maintains its heat longer than wheat, thus giving you a longer lasting product. Through our lab testing we have found that our lupin heat bags stay warmer for longer than traditional wheat bags. Our lupin heat packs are also 30% lighter than traditional wheat heat bags which means less pressure on your body.
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