Wheat Bag: The cheapest way to stay warm in bed?
This week, The BBC put out a video advising people of the three cheapest ways to stay warm in bed. Wheat bags came in at number one as they cost less than a penny to heat for 60 seconds in the microwave.
Wheat bags are a natural and eco-friendly solution for providing extra warmth to beds and living spaces. Wheat bags are made from natural materials like wheat and linen, which are then filled with flax seed. You can add dried herbs or essential oil spray to provide aromatherapy benefits.
The majority of wheat bags are filled with larger wheat grains. This means you should expect the heat to disperse over the entire bag, meaning you and your partner can both stay warm and cosy! You can easily heat up your wheat bag in the microwave or oven and use it to warm yourself or your bed.
Wheat bags are safe and non-toxic, so they won’t harm your health in any way. Plus, they can be reused over and over again, meaning you will get great value for your money.
When it comes to keeping warm in bed, a wheat bag is an affordable, natural and healthy alternative to electric heating systems. The wheat bags provided by Blasta Henriet provide fantastic insulation ensuring that you’re warm and comfortable all night long.
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