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Like a magnet, these gorgeous wheatbags draw out the stress of your day until all you feel is relaxation. Wheatbags are soothing, warming and offer natural pain relief to those sore muscles and aching joints. The perfect addition to your home.
These wheatbags are longer in length and fit comfortably across your shoulders, tummies, lower backs or feet. Perfect for your sore shoulders, tight necks, period cramps, aching lower backs and stomach pain, and the aches and pains associated with pregnancy and labour.
For a warm hug effect, pop your wheatbag in the microwave for up to 2 minutes (we don’t recommend any longer). If you prefer a cold pack on your aches and pains, just pop your wheatbag in the freezer (in a freezer safe container) to use as a natural inflammation and pain relief.
We love that they are handmade in Australia from all natural cotton, wheat and lavender.
The beautiful founder of Wheatbag Love, Kim, creates all of the designs from her watercolour paintings which focus on native Australian flora and fauna. The Grevillea design features the beautiful flowers of the Grevillea with their delicate individual curling petals and long stamens. The print is on the front of the wheatbag and has a lovely soft pink cotton on the back.
Each wheatbag also comes with its own gift box so they make great presents to send to loved ones!
These wheatbags measure 44cm x 13cm.
A quick note from the Dear Mamas:
If you’re pregnant, refrain from putting a warmed up wheatbag on that gorgeous bump of yours. If you’re having issues with pelvic or lower tummy discomfort, always speak with your healthcare provider (like your midwife, OB, or female health physio) to discuss your pain relief options.
Why we love this brand
Wheatbags Love is a beautiful Australian brand founded in 2014. All of their products are handmade from their studio in Melbourne using conscious materials that are biodegradable. Their packaging is beautiful and eco-friendly, and they work hard to cut shapes from their fabric to leave minimal waste.