Whether you have a rice sock, a heating pad purchased online, or you decide to make your own with beans, flax seeds, or other pantry items- heating pads are a great way to find relief.
Find out how to use a heating pad- including what makes the best heating pad, how to make a simple heating pad, how long you should microwave it, and more!
With so many heating pad options on the market as well as DIY tutorials about making rice socks and other homemade versions of heating pads, which ones are the best? Find out as we list the good and the bad of different DIY and commercial microwavable heating pads, and tell you which heating pad out performs them all.
Put your socks in the sock drawer where they belong, and keep them OUT of the kitchen! Seriously, socks are for feet.
Heat up a Lavabag instead, and feel the long-lasting relief of your new best friend.
The design, material, and execution of this great idea are very nearly perfect! It's a sustainable, long-lasting, clean, odor-free, pleasantly weighted solution to the very old problem of sore muscles and period cramps.