Zhu-Zhu

Zhu-Zhu Unscented Body Wrap Microwavable Wheat Bag - Navy Fleece

Pick this supersoft unscented Zhu-Zhu Body Wrap when you’re looking for a natural way to help soothe aches and pains. The perfect shape for treating almost every part of the body, a wheat-filled wrap can help bring comfort for a wide range of symptoms from conditions including rheumatism, arthritis, migraines, bruising, sports injuries and menstrual pains.
  • Wonderfully warm fleece construction
  • The perfect shape for applying heat to every part of the body
  • Filled with natural wheat grains with no added aroma
  • Can be microwaved or frozen for effective relief
  • Dimensions approximately L47cm x W14cm

An unscented body wrap from Zhu Zhu is ideal for relieving the discomfort of everyday aches and pains as well as chronic conditions such as arthritis and sciatica. 

Each wrap contains unscented grains of wheat that harness the power of heat therapy to deliver effective relief from joint and muscle pain whether as the result of injury or long-standing conditions. They are easy to use and can be reheated many dozens of times over. Apply them hot or cold – straight from the microwave or freezer – according to your need. Simply apply to the affected area, and let the body wrap dissolve tension and reduce pain.

It essentially performs the same job as a traditional hot-water bottle, but is much easier and safer to use, with no risk of scalding – a great bonus for use with children or the elderly. The soothing heat and lavender aroma combines to relax muscles, joints and ligaments, relieving discomfort and promoting healing.

The wraps are versatile enough for use all over the body, fitting comfortably round the neck, over the shoulder, across the stomach and lower back or draped around an arm or leg for long-lasting relief.

Heat the wrap up to relieve stress and tension, soothe aches and pains or ease comfort and back pain, or apply cold if you need to calm a recent injury, bump or bruise, or if you’d like some respite from a headache or migraine.

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