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  • Organic Aromatherapy Buckwheat Pillow - Twin/ Standard Size (20" x 26")
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Organic Aromatherapy Buckwheat Pillow - Twin/ Standard Size (20" x 26")


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  • Comes with 1 cup of dried lavender flower in separate sachet bag.
  • You can also use lavender sachet to scent clothing in dresser drawers or closets.
  • Filled with 100% US Grown Organic Buckwheat Hulls and 100% Natural Unbleached Cotton.
  • Will conform and adjust perfectly to your head, neck, and spine. Will NOT collapse like foam.
  • The buckwheat hulls allow air to circulate throughout the pillow. Cooling it off quickly.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 26 x 20 x 3.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0006SPYC0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,760 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Thank you for stopping by. I appreciate that you are taking the time to look here. In Japan when we want pillows we go to a pillow maker. Unfortunately for me, while living in this country I found it virtually impossible to find an authentic Japanese buckwheat pillow, so I decided to create and manufacture my own based on my own lifetime experience. I have been using buckwheat pillows just like the one I'm selling here, since I was a small child in Japan, and I can't sleep without it! I believe that once you try this pillow you will never sleep on a "regular" pillow again! No more tossing and turning all night long! You will feel the difference that buckwheat hulls make. These are the best Buckwheat Pillows. High QUALITY, designed, and fabricated by genuine Japanese. I've hand picked the very best American grown buckwheat hulls, they are locally grown and harvested, and they have been cleaned using a triple cleaning process to remove dust, buckwheat flour, and debris from amongst the hulls. 100% organic, grown totally without pesticides or herbicides. Nothing, absolutely-no additives. I use the highest quality 100% unbleached cotton fabric for the pillow case, comfortable texture, very durable yet very smooth to sleep on. Also, this pillow includes a zipper to allow you the option of removing hulls and adjusting the pillow to fit your exact needs.

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These are the most comfortable pillows I have ever slept on.
mam
Consequently, I resorted to doubling up on fluffy, soft down pillows, which seemed to cradle my head comfortably.
Kritikos
My brother is a bit of a hippie, and he fell in love with this pillow, so I had to buy him one as well.
Curly haired momma

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Kritikos on February 25, 2010
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Prior to trying this, I had used pillows of varying materials: polyester, gel fiber, down, and memory foam (both low- and high-density). I am so glad that I discovered buckwheat pillows, for I have found them to be far superior to anything that I have owned before.

As a side sleeper, I had tried firm pillows since those are generally recommended for side sleeping; but I found that firm pillows would often keep my head at an angle that induced cricks and headaches by morning. Consequently, I resorted to doubling up on fluffy, soft down pillows, which seemed to cradle my head comfortably. The tradeoff with down was that it is somewhat high maintenance. I'm actually lazy enough to be bothered by fluffing every morning, and I loathed paying for special cleaning, so they would lose their loft in a year or so. Plus, despite high-thread count, "down proof" covers, inevitably the down would gradually escape.

Memory foam was an improvement. It was very low maintenance, and I was quite content with an Isotonic contour pillow that I had purchased at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. However, when I had to replace it, I could not seem to find the same model, and two other brands proved unsatisfactory. The low-density one was comfortable, but only if I slept on the corners; and in time, the pillow lost its resilience and flattened. I then switched to a high-density memory foam pillow, and it proved so unyielding that I developed severe headaches and neck pain.

Desperate to replace my memory foam pillow, I tried polyester and gel fiber (which seems to be a kind of polyester according to the materials tag). Polyester fill has improved since the years when I slept on them as a child, but they were not as comfortable as I had hoped.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lucrecia Baigis on September 14, 2007
I love this pillow. Before I was sleeping on a contoured pillow and kept on waking up with a headache. Now, I sleep better and wake up feeling great.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Gibson on May 29, 2010
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It's odd how something so heavy and cumbersome can provide such comfort. This isn't the kind of pillow you can lay down on, and instantly be where you need to be. However, once you work yourself into the pillow, it is remarkably soft, cool, and provides magnificent support to the head and neck. It is heavy though. You wouldn't want to use this thing in a pillow fight unless you really don't like the person you're hitting.
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By Rebecca on June 30, 2014
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I love this pillow. I have a lot of back and neck problems, but the neck problems all but disappeared after I got this. I've had it for a few years now and it hasn't declined in quality at all. When you purchase, you get a whole bag of buckwheat hulls so you can decide how full you'd like it. The lavender included is nice as well, but you can't really smell it too much once it's in the pillow. It isn't noisy in your ear like a feather pillow, and no hulls have ever made their way out of the pillow.
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