Pain Relief Knee/Elbow Wrap Compress

₹ 968 ₹ 1,290

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o 98% natural

Ergonomically designed for a customised fit and evenly weighted to provide deep, penetrating moist heat therapy, this Ayurvedic pain relief wrap uses thermotherapy and aromatherapy to give you instant pain relief from tired, injured or strained knees and elbows, hamstrings, thighs and calves.

  • 100% NATURAL; drug-free thermotherapy
  • SAFE and EFFECTIVE; natural, drug-free Ayurvedic Aromatherapy pain relief
  • MULTI-PURPOSE COMFORT; hot and cold compress

** Expiry Date - 31st Dec 2022

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  • Rice

    Tried-and-tested since millennia in Ayurveda for thermotherapy, a select quality and type of rice fills this compress for a gentle, yet effective, remedy for relaxing muscle strain and joint pain and alleviating aches.

  • Wheat

    A select quality and type of wheat is carefully chosen, cleaned and filled in this compress for its superior moisture content and special temperature retention properties. The large mass helps to retains both heat and cool with impressive insulation properties and also kernel strength is durable enough to go from freezer to microwave repeatedly.

  • Peppermint

    Known as a natural pain-killer, Peppermint oil can provide relief from pain linked to fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome due to its analgesic properties. The menthol in peppermint oil increases blood flow and provides a cooling sensation, possibly easing pain.

  • Cinnamon

    Owing to its anti-inflammatory property, Cinnamon has been used to soothe aching joints and numb pain. Cinnamon bark chips and its essential oil is said to stimulate circulation, reduce stress, relieve pain and fight off infections.

  • Knee Pain Relief

    Heat retaining grains and aromatic herbs soothe, comfort and bring relief to painful knee joints by relaxing and decreasing stiffness in surrounding muscles, tendons and ligaments. This increased flexibility decreases the risk of additional injury and greatly helps sufferers of arthritis.

  • Elbow Pain Relief

    The moist heat from grains promotes the flow of blood by relaxing and expanding muscles, helping to strengthen the healing process for painful tennis elbow or other sports or repeated strain injuries.

  • Calf Pain Relief

    Reviving the Ayurvedic tradition of herbal healing, this revolutionary compress, used hot or cold, gives instant relief from calf pain caused by dehydrated, overworked muscles, cramps due to exercise, injuries or mineral deficiencies.

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Relief

    This pain relief wrap, used cold and hot for carpal tunnel syndrome can help ease the pain and stiffness of the condition. Regular repeated use can even speed recovery by increasing blood flow and loosening ligaments in the hand and wrist.

  • Rice

    Tried-and-tested since millennia in Ayurveda for thermotherapy, a select quality and type of rice fills this compress for a gentle, yet effective, remedy for relaxing muscle strain and joint pain and alleviating aches.

  • Wheat

    A select quality and type of wheat is carefully chosen, cleaned and filled in this compress for its superior moisture content and special temperature retention properties. The large mass helps to retains both heat and cool with impressive insulation properties and also kernel strength is durable enough to go from freezer to microwave repeatedly.

  • Peppermint

    Known as a natural pain-killer, Peppermint oil can provide relief from pain linked to fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome due to its analgesic properties. The menthol in peppermint oil increases blood flow and provides a cooling sensation, possibly easing pain.

  • Cinnamon

    Owing to its anti-inflammatory property, Cinnamon has been used to soothe aching joints and numb pain. Cinnamon bark chips and its essential oil is said to stimulate circulation, reduce stress, relieve pain and fight off infections.

  • Knee Pain Relief

    Heat retaining grains and aromatic herbs soothe, comfort and bring relief to painful knee joints by relaxing and decreasing stiffness in surrounding muscles, tendons and ligaments. This increased flexibility decreases the risk of additional injury and greatly helps sufferers of arthritis.

  • Elbow Pain Relief

    The moist heat from grains promotes the flow of blood by relaxing and expanding muscles, helping to strengthen the healing process for painful tennis elbow or other sports or repeated strain injuries.

  • Calf Pain Relief

    Reviving the Ayurvedic tradition of herbal healing, this revolutionary compress, used hot or cold, gives instant relief from calf pain caused by dehydrated, overworked muscles, cramps due to exercise, injuries or mineral deficiencies.

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Relief

    This pain relief wrap, used cold and hot for carpal tunnel syndrome can help ease the pain and stiffness of the condition. Regular repeated use can even speed recovery by increasing blood flow and loosening ligaments in the hand and wrist.

Use Omved's specially designed collection of Ayurvedic Aromatherapy compresses and joint wraps when desired for localised pain relief and faster healing. 

FOR HOT USE - Heat in the microwave and place onto wherever your cramps or muscle pains are located, usually on top of clothing in case they feel a little hot at times. Always place a glass of water when heating in the microwave to avoid the herbs getting burnt.

FOR COLD USE - To refrigerate your compress, put it in a plastic bag to protect it and keep it in the freezer for about 2 hours. (For injuries use as part of R.I.C.E. (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) Soothe those plaguing muscle pains and soreness, beat fatigue after a long day or just reset your energy by wrapping yourself in the healing powers of aromatherapy, and the comforting weight of this hot-cold Ayurvedic compress. Heat it in the microwave or cool it in the freezer, or use without heating or cooling just to enjoy the calming scent and comforting weight.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

For first time use, warm the compress in a microwave for 90-120 seconds. For later use, keep hydrated by keeping a glass of water alongside the compress while warming or alternatively, sprinkle with water before heating. Warm for 60-90 seconds and place either on back or on chest, as required.

Yes, of course. Simply place it in the freezer for 30 minutes to 1 hour before applying on the affected area.

It is a one size fits all Pain Relief wrap that is evenly weighted to distribute the pressure across a wide area. We have ergonomically designed a standard knee/elbow compress that fits you perfectly.

Yes, the compress is safe to use every day.

Customer Reviews

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P.
A fabulous pain reliver

I suffer from bad spasms that radiate from the nape of the neck and move towards the shoulder blades. Adding this compress to my regime has provided immense relief to my spasms. It is weighted evenly so every point of the muscles gets the much needed relief that you need. A must-have for those who spend long hours in front of their laptop (like me) and are susceptible to aching arms.

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V.A.
Not electrical but good

I thought it was electrical but it is not.Still it has good herbs and gives relief.I wish it comes with electrical wire.

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S.
Best pain relief product

I was in lot of pain and since u got it i am feeling well. Its hassle free. And firstly, read it manual only then able to use.. put the product in microwave for about 2 3 minute and here we go its ready to use .. its grip is also fabulous.. it gives instant relief.

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B.G.
Good product

I must say this product has amazing fragrance,it's little heavier because of the filling.Read the manual then use it if you will use it directly it doesn't work at all so read first and use it.Use it gradually then you will know the results.

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S.h.
Good product

Hassle free . Just heat up in microwave for a minute or 2 and use. Also provides instant relief. Emits a nice relaxing fragrance. Go for it.

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