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Infrared heating pad

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  •    The heating pad I own is auto shut off...though I prefer cold so I mainly use ice packs. I love coolness on the back of my neck and shoulder also found its helped numb nerve pain better and for longer periods of time then heat.

       I've also owned one of those rice packs Dilauro talked about it has added herbs and spices for a nice aroma therapy too.. now that's very relaxing.

  • Thanks everyone. I was looking into buying the Thermotex Platinum infrared heating pad. It is supposed to deliver heat up to 2.36 inches. It seems to be the rolls Royce of heating pads but is over $200!  Trying to decide if it is worth it. 

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