Dog wrap pads - size 1 | Priessnitz Health

Dog wrap pads - size 1

Priessnitz Health - Polštářky do zábalového pásu pro psy - velikost 1

Pads are intended as a filling to dog wraps. Pads are made of buckwheat shells and cotton cloth or cherry pits and cotton cloth. Solely quality materials of Czech manufacturers are used to produce pads. It is a handmade production underscoring the originality and uniqueness of our products.

Pits were cleaned by purely biological and mechanical manufacturing processes.
The pack contains 2 pcs of pads according to the selected filling.

Availability: Available at the supplier
Výrobce: BOK&LK s.r.o.
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Dog wrap pads - size 1
[01] Filling: Cherry pits
Price: 5,00 €
Dog wrap pads - size 1
[02] Filling: Buckwheat shells
Price: 5,00 €

Product description: Dog wrap pads - size 1

Buckwheat pad

BIO pad is made of buckwheat shells and cotton cloth.

Buckwheat shells ensure a gentle massage and are applied as a warm dry compress.

Pads can be applied individually to the affected areas. However, due to putting pads into wrap suit, your dog can move freely.

 

Cherry pits

Pad is made of cherry pits and cotton cloth.

Pad is filled with cherry pits, ensuring a gentle massage, stay warm well and release delightful scent when heating.

Pads are especially intended  as a wrap filling. Due to the shape of cherry pit pad, it is appropriate as a hot or cold compress.  

Product Parameters

Filling: BIO buckwheat shells, cherry pits
Gender: For dogs
Size: 10 x 10 cm
Weight: 7 g buckwheat skins 1 pc, 25 g cherry blossoms - 1 pc
Material: 100% cotton
Quantity: 2 Pc.

Instruction

Pad use - HEATING:
Heat the cherry pit pad in:
electric oven (maximum 10 minutes/150C)

microwave oven (maximum 1.5 minutes/400W)

Apply to the affected areas individually or put the pad into the inner pocket of versatile suit.
Warning: Do not leave unattended when heating - danger of overheating

 

Buckwheat pad must not be heated in microwave oven, solely using heating element, iron. It can be also heated by steam.
Pad use - CHILL:
To accumulate cold, put pad into refrigerator. It is recommended to put pad into plastic bag before placing in freezer. Apply to the affected areas individually or put the pad into inner pocket of versatile suit.

 Care and maintenance: Not recommended to wash.

Wrap types:

Hot wraps: They promote blood circulation and warmth of the upper layers of the skin, heat relieves chronic joint pain, soothe pain in gastrointestinal diseases, most types of inflammation in the throat and inflammation of the urogenital tract and cilia.

Procedure: work fast because hot water quickly escapes from hot water packs. It is best to preheat the substances you want to use on the wrap (iron, heating). After spilling the interior with warm water or tea from medicinal herbs (Řebříček, Chamomile) thoroughly wring out. Always first try on your own forearm if the wrap is not too hot. Then place it quickly and without the folds. Leave the wrap for 15 to 30 minutes and remove until it cools. Then keep the affected area warm, so use our outfit without an inner liner. Favorable is when the heat fades slowly. A hot wrap should not be used more than twice a day.

Warm Wraps: For body wraps, there is not much about thermal irritation, just like warmth.

Cold Wraps: Depending on how long the cold wrap is attached, it will have different effects. If we leave it for longer - at least 20 minutes, the blood vessels will be withdrawn. This is useful, for example, if we want to reduce the bleeding, for example in the ears. Cold wraps have proven themselves well-known for pain and inflammation in an acute state, Clad takes care not to spread the inflammation. The swelling also subsides. Coldness is often very effective in pain. For fever illnesses, the wrap should drain excess heat from the body. This is best done by wet and temperate wraps. We know it from the calf wrap, which our grandmothers swore. If cold irritation is only short and intense, reactive blood circulation, healing, with a stimulating effect occurs. Cold wraps can be used several times a day. Important: Cold applications may only be used for warm (!) Skin!

Cold or warm wraps?

The decision whether to use cold or warm wraps depends on the experience and on what the patient (dog) is doing well. Warm and cold wraps are very useful for stretched muscles, nerve pain, back pain, stiff joints in old dogs and chronic pain. Cold tiles relieve acute inflammatory pain and are suitable for wrinkling, high acute neck pain, burns and insect stings. A very good cushion cake is also very suitable. Generally speaking, acute illness processes require cold wraps, while warm rather wound wraps. Since the dog can not talk to us, you have to watch him very well.

Active Ingredients: As active ingredients, they can be used to treat teas from medicinal plants (eg chamomile, yarrow, buckwheat), but also tinctures, ointments, seeds, oils and fresh leaves. Attention should be paid to the quality and cleanliness of the starting material. Alternatively, you can use warm gel pads or cherry pillows to keep the warm wrap. Push the pads into the sewed pockets of the inner part according to the affected area and attach the multipurpose clothing around the body with Velcro fasteners.

Some useful wraps:

Chamomile wrap: A hot chamomile tea wrap is especially beneficial for abdominal pain. It relieves pain and cramps and relaxes. Add two teaspoons of chamomile flowers to half a boiling water and let stand for about eight to ten minutes. Soak the inside fabric into chamomile tea and wring it very well. Then put the wrap on your stomach and cover with the outer cloth.

Bags with buckwheat and other grass meadow flowers: These bags are a dry, warm cladding. They have proven themselves in muscle and joint pains. If you do not want to make your bags yourself, buy buckwheat from us and others in pharmacies and bio-shops. Heat the bag in hot water, place it in a painful place and cover with our multipurpose clothing. After each use, dry the bag well to prevent herbs from becoming dirty.

The information is drawn from the book "The Natural Chef for Dogs", from Heike Achner, Veterinarian, Phytotherapists and Aromatherapists. Therapeutic tips and procedures, listed here, are veterinarianly proven.

NOTICE!!!

When wrapping around the neck - the damp inner wrap must not extend beyond the neck (neck) as it could cause the muscles to stretch.

USE THE CREAM ALWAYS CONSULT WITH THE VETERINARY MEDICINE!