My-Grain Mask - Medicine Country


We love hot/cold packs and our Lupin filled My-Grain Mask is no exception! Just like our other products this can be heated up or placed in the freezer to use warm or cold.

Meet your new favourite spoon saver. A must-have for your home, office and wherever else you need to chill out.

Lupins do not smell or sweat when heated! In fact, you probably haven't even heard of them! This is because they’re a secret! Lupin filled Heat Packs have an impressive list of benefits that make them THE GOAT for heat packs.

  • They are natural, 100% Australian grown and don't have any chemicals so they're safe to use.
  • They retain heat longer than wheat and rice filled heat packs.
  • They don’t sweat while you're trying to get comfy.

For ultimate chillin', they can also be used as a cold pack. Just place it into a freezer bag and store in the freezer.

Measuring approx 50-55cm in circumference when worn comfortably. Does have elastic with extra stretch however it may not fit comfortably when stretched more than this

Heat Instructions - DO NOT OVERHEAT

How to heat your Spoonie Society Pack video below-

How To: Heat Your Lupin Filled Heat Pack

Keep instructions and read carefully.
Take care when in use and heating.

All heat packs are handmade so not every heat pack is the same - Print Directions may vary as we aim to minimise wastage. 
Designed & manufactured in Australia. 

Designed by indigenous artist Holly Sanders. Holly Sanders is a proud Bundjalung artist and educator from the North Coast of New South Wales. She currently lives and works on Yuin Country, on the South Coast of New South Wales. Through her art, she aims to share her stories, culture and Country in a contemporary way.                                            
‘Medicine Country’ - A work about caring for, healing and protecting Country. Country sustains our lives in every aspect - spiritually, physically, emotionally, socially, and culturally. We sing, celebrate and dance about Country. This work symbolises the variety of traditional food and medicine sources such as various native plants, grains, fruits, vegetables and spices on Country. Through a complex system of land management using fire, the life cycles of native plants, farming and agricultural techniques ensured plentiful wildlife and plant sources. First Nations peoples are accountable to Country and we must ensure it is protected and passed on to future generations. Country is our mother, it sustains us and gives us sense of belonging.