They are an excellent alternative to "Hot stones" because they provide instant heat when needed and there is no preheating required just before use. Another bonus is the fact they are boiled for reactivation which doubles as a sterilization technique.
Heat and cold Treatment and Therapy:
whenever and wherever heat or cold therapy is suggested, especially when working out on a daily basis and getting sore muscles all the time and light injuries once in a while. The pads will to make the healing process a lot easier. Use them cold in the first few days of the injury to reduce muscle spasm, swelling and treat acute pains. Then use them hot, which speeds the healing of the injured tissues. How many product's you know that can be used both hot AND cold with such efficiency?
Campers and Hikers:
Use the hot packs as portable hand/body warmers.
Throw a heat pack into your sleeping bag to preheat it.
Bring a couple during your summit of your favorite mountain.
Hunters and Fishermen:
They leave no powder residue and absolutely zero odor as other disposable heating pads and hand warmers stink.
They are very useful for those chilly days of ice fishing.
Stay warm at football, soccer, baseball, softball games, or whatever other sport you wish to attend!
They are wonderful to place inside a wetsuit because they are waterproof.
Wintertime golfers can keep their golf balls at a nice warm temperature.
We sell to numerous nursing homes and hospitals who use our product for therapy, muscle aches, and back problems.
Raynard's Phenomenon among many other disorders can benefit from the use of instant and reliable heat.
Many woman these heat packs can help easing the cramps associated with menstruation.
Arthritis patients have found these packs to be extremely valuable to their condition.
It is especially effective for muscle relaxation, muscle aching, back aching, cramps, arthritis pain, joint pain, tenontodynia, tendinitis, carpel tunnel syndrome, lower back pains, middle back pains, upper back pains, cold leg syndrome and other types of wounds or disorders.
Toss one or two under your blankets a few minutes before you retire for the evening to preheat your bed.
They will help to keep you warm during your travels. We all know how chilly those bus and airplane rides can be.
For those people living and working in large cities, these heat packs can make your wait for the bus or train much more enjoyable.
Don't forget to add one to your survival kit, they may save your life.
The heat pack can be useful in some first aid applications.
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