Warm Buddy was created by Karen McKee, a registered nurse interested in alternative therapies, herbal medicine, and aroma therapies. She studied at a natural healing hospital in India. There she learned a lot about heat therapy to provide comfort and relief for many conditions. After seeing a microwavable heat wrap, an idea was born. Her new Warm Buddy heat wrap surpassed what was on the market, using herbs, essential oils, and unique designs and shapes. Since then, the company has expanded, including Warm Buddies – warm up plush animals. These provide natural relief from aches, pains, and stress.
This Warm Buddy Moosey is absolutely adorable. But on top of that, it is practical, too! It has an inner pack that can either be heated in the microwave or cooled in the freezer and placed in the plush animal. They can provide natural relief from aches and pains, or just plain ol’ comfort from snuggling up to something warm. My son happens to have the coldest room in the house, as it is right over the garage that isn’t insulated well. My son loves anything he can snuggle up to. He loves things that are soft and lovey. When he saw Moosey, he knew he wanted it! At first he was pretty intrigued and kept saying “hot” (even though it wasn’t hot – this was coming from a boy who says “hot” when his food is luke warm). But he wanted it. He immediately learned to say “Moosey” and when he snuggled up to him he would giggle! He pulled him right into his crib at bedtime, and had the comforting warmth of someone to snuggle up to. Every night and every nap he now says “Moose” as we’re putting him down. These are wonderful and cute. Discover the many benefits of heat therapy in your house with your little ones!
You can buy Warm Buddies from their website. Moosey retails for $29.95.
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