Rest Your Head on a Natural Pillow

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ecochoices-bedroom.jpgNot getting a good night’s sleep? Maybe your pillow is not up to par. There are some really comfortable pillows out there that contain natural filling and fluff, namely buckwheat, millet, natural latex, organic cotton, and kapok. Sounds intriguing doesn’t it?!

I’ll cut right to the chase and reveal what kapok is first: it’s a great alternative to down and is harvested from the seedpods of the ceiba tree. You can find them, along with other natural bed and bath products at Satara-inc.

I’ve also found the EcoChoices Natural Living Store to have a great selection of comfy, natural pillows, as well as a wide variety of earth-friendly products for the entire home.

I like the Vermont-based company, Northern Naturals, too, which carries eco-friendly pillows and other bedroom necessities.

So, the next time you wake up with a stiff neck, perhaps you should consider a new, dreamy, natural pillow instead.  They tend to last longer and help even out temperatures during your rest to keep you sleeping most comfortably.

Tag(s): Bed and Bath, Green Furnishings

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  1. andre on January 4th, 2008 5:46 pm

    Does anybody know about this site ( http://www.earthlab.com ) ? I have seen other environmental sites with carbon calculators like yahoo and tree huggers, but I am wondering what the deal with earthlab.com is, is it credible? I saw they also published a list last month of the top ten greenest cities ( http://www.efficientenergy.org/Top-Ten-Green-Cities-in-the-United-States ). Does anyone know if this site is better than say WWF site? Fill me in

    I took their carbon foot print test and it was pretty interesting, but they said that I put out 4.5 tons of carbon while another test gave me like 15 tons? I think I trust earthlab.com’s test a little more (because my score is lower). Does anyone know about any other tests?

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