Wholesale Flax and Rice Bags, Heat in Microwave or Use as Cold Packs, Heating Pack Resale


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Wholesale Rice Bags heat in microwave or can be used from freezer as cold packs. Choose quantity to purchase in bulk or individually.

Measures approximately 9" x 7". Choose fabrics. Add all natural scent can be added by requesting lavender or chamomile in notes during checkout.

* Warms in microwave as heating pad

* Chills in freezer as ice pack

* Double stitched for durability

* Professionally packaged / great as a gift

* Detailed directions on package label

* Only all natural fillings (rice, flax and/or herbs, essential oils)

* Handmade in USA since 2008

Description, product and testimonials are not intended as medical advice or to treat any illness. Hot Cold Packs provide comfort. If you have a serious health concern, please consult a physician.
Design and text copyright 2009

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Processing time

1-2 business days

Estimated shipping times

  • North America : 3 - 8 business days

I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.

Customs and import taxes

Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.

Payment Options

Secure options
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards

Returns & Exchanges

I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations

Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery

Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery

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  • Conditions of return

    Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

    Questions about your order?

    Please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can you include a gift note?

    Absolutely! Just let us know what you would like it to say in the special instructions during checkout.

    What are your packs filled with?

    We use a combination of rice and flax seed as we find this the best combination for both heat retention and moist heat.

    Do you use synthetic scents?

    Absolutely not! When requesting lavender or chamomile, please know that we use only real flower buds and essential oils, never synthetic scents.

    If I want unscented, does it truly have no scent?

    We add no additional scents when unscented is chosen. You may encounter a faint scent of cooked rice when heating your pack. It is mild and has been compared to baked bread.

    How long does it take to heat the pack?

    Since microwaves vary in wattage, there is no absolute set time. Detailed directions are adhered to the product packaging.

    How cold do they get when used as cold packs?

    Our packs will feel nice and cool, but they will not be ice cold like a gel pack. We recommend using the fleece side when using as a hot pack and the cotton side as a cold pack.

    How do I care for my heat pack?

    Use a very damp cloth to spot clean the outside, even using a fabric spray cleaner when necessary. Do not submerge in water. A pack is automatically sanitized each time it is microwaved.

    How long will my heating pad last?

    If well taken care of, our hot cold packs should last for several years at least.

    These hot/cold packs are just what I was looking for! I bought mine specifically to use for post ACL care for my dog. Following the veterinarian’s directions I used this pack out of the freezer to start. The mold ability of the soft filling helped to get to cold compress around his surgical site easily and the scent of lavender helped us both relax during our three time a day sessions. After a week we switched to warm moist compresses and again this was the perfect fit. I could easily warm it in the microwave to be a comfortable temperature for him and I know it has the moisture already in it(the alternative recommendation was warming a damp washcloth which is more work and mess then I would want to do three times a day). Now that he is in the mend I’m using it for sore muscles post hiking and cold compress for for migraines.

    Great gift for my guy friend recovering from surgery. He loved it!

    Just received so haven't used it yet

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