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Pain Relief Water Bottles and Heat Pads Buying Guide

Heating pads and water bottles are simple, but simply effective pain relievers that are too often overlooked. They provide an easy and an economical solution to help soothe your aches and pains.

Benefits of Hot Water Bottles

Hot water bottles are the perfect companion on chilly nights. They are also used to soothe, relax and bring comfort to your body when you are feeling tired. Natural rubber hot water bottle will warm up your bed on a cold winter's night. Hand Warmers may help with arthritic pain and aid poor circulation.

Benefits of Heat Pads

Heat pads are designed to provide warming relief to the back, neck and shoulder and can last several hours. It also provides temporary relief from minor muscular and joint aches. They can be used for relieving due to pain arthritis in the knee, elbow, ankle, hand & wrist. They are also useful for women who suffer from pain in their breasts during the cold season. Certain heat patches contain natural minerals that get heated up when exposed to air. Some also combine the powers of aromatherapy by using dried herbs and flowers inside the pad. Reusable Pocket Heat      Pads are small and convenient enough to take with you wherever you go.

Quick Picks

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Heat pads pack Relief for Arthritis Ankle Pain :

If you suffer from arthritis pain, this self-heating pad provides comforting heat for up to 8 hours.

Instant Heat Pads :

These pads are ideal for aches and pains in muscles and joints.

Salveo Wide Heat Pad :

The Salveo wide heat pad is perfect for relieving those aches and pains on areas such as the lower back and neck.

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Hot Water Bottle Ribbed :

Made of natural rubber, this rubber bottle hold hot water that can soothe your aches off.



Natural Rubber Hot Water Bottle :


This natural rubber hot water bottle is the perfect way to warm up your bed on a cold winter's night.

Microwaveable Pain Relief :

Keep this pack in the microwave oven for just 2 minutes and wrap it on the pain zones.

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