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Beans72 Organic Buckwheat Pillow - Twin/ Standard Size (20"x26")

4.4 out of 5 stars 310 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • 100% Cotton
  • Made in USA
  • The pillow weight is 8 - 10 lbs *Pillows are filled by volume. The weights are a guide and will vary based on seasonal crop conditions.
  • The buckwheat hulls allow air to circulate throughout the pillow. Cooling it off quickly.
  • May relieve common sleeping problems such as; tension, muscle pain, stiff neck, headache and stress
  • Will conform and adjust perfectly to your head, neck, and spine. Will NOT collapse like foam.
  • Filled with 100% US Grown Organic Buckwheat Hulls and 100% Natural Unbleached Cotton.

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  • Beans72 Organic Buckwheat Pillow - Twin/ Standard Size (20"x26")
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  • Quilted Cotton Pillow Cover for beans72 Twin/Standard size 20" x 26" Buckwheat Pillow
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  • Pillow Case - Zen Chi 100% 400 Thread Count Premium Pillow Case - Fits All Twin Sized Pillows (20" X 26")
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 17 x 4.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0006HU7VO
  • UPC: 895794002770 895794002022 895794002084 789629846397
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (310 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,741 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I first started using a buckwheat pillow about 10 years ago when I saw an "infomercial" about them on TV and then picked one up from the "As Seen On TV" section of my local Walgreens. The pillow I bought then was of poor quality but, even so, it made a world of difference in how well I slept. Some folks will try a buckwheat pillow and put their head on it and say "It's too hard" and then go back to their regular pillow. That's a mistake. Sure, a buckwheat pillow isn't soft (and a good sized one is pretty darned heavy), but that's what makes them work. A soft regular pillow can't provide the support that one of these does! What I usually do is make a dent in the pillow for my head and then wiggle my head around a bit to get it settled in. The buckwheat hulls move around and support my neck and head wonderfully. Now you may think that a firm regular pillow--or one of those "memory foam" pillows--would do the same and you're kind of right. The difference with those pillows is that, while they provide more support, they do not provide the air circulation that a buckwheat pillow does and, as a result, your head gets hot and uncomfortable. I don't quite understand how a buckwheat pillow promotes air circulation, but it does. The only warning about a buckwheat pillow is that once you get used to them, it's difficult to get a really good night's sleep on anything else. That's why I bought a smaller-sized one (the "Japanese size") for travel. Unfortunately, my 8 year old son has now decided it's going to be his, so I'll have to buy another one. The buckwheat pillows made by Beans72 are absolutely first-rate in every respect and the quick shipping means a better night's sleep is even more quickly at hand.
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Eons ago, the pillow I slept with didn't matter.
However with a minor neck issue that reoccurs, some problems with my jaw and reoccurring migraines, my neck has become a hot spot of issues.
I have gone through the orthopedic pillows at $35-$50 a pop as well as inexpensive foam and feather pillows. Finally I had the opportunity to use a buckwheat pillow at a hotel in Japan. At the time, I thought it was the strangest thing. Felt like a pillow filled with little beads. The one I had was quite full as well and that makes it very hard.
My first purchased Buckwheat pillow was a cheap one advertised on TV and was quite empty, but it gave me a flavor of what one would be like. I decided since the experience was in the direction of goodness to bite the bullet and get this one.

So far, I like it.

This pillow is quite full. Not as full as the Japanese one, which is a good thing, because the fuller a pillow is, the harder it is. So if you don't like the hardness you can remove some of the buckwheat hulls and put them aside in a ziplock bag. I understand after you use the pillow a bit, the buckwheat wears down and you might want to return some.

Some points to ponder though:

Imagine you are sleeping on sand and under your pillow case is something you can shape. This is really the magic of a buckwheat pillow. It does not flex easy. You can shape a mound to support your neck, or a dishing out so you can sleep with your hands tucked up by your face.

When you move the pillow around with your ear on it, you can hear the grinding of the hulls on one another. It has never disturbed anyone sleeping with me, but I can hear it quite well.
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I have 4 bulging discs in my neck and 4 bulging discs in my lower back, and until now I have never truly experienced a great night's sleep. And there are few things better in life than a good night's sleep, so it's important to find just the right pillow that will support and pamper your head and neck in just the right ways. Well, after a lifetime of looking I finally found the perfect pillow with all the right therapeutic properties! THANK YOU BEANS72!

As most of you already know, most pillows are filled with feathers, fiberfill, or poly-foam; instead this hand crafted pillow is filled with hypoallergenic buckwheat hulls. During sleep the small buckwheat hulls shift inside the case to match the exact contour of your neck and head. The even support means no more cramps or muscle tension, both of which are known to contribute to more headaches and more stress.

Thank you once more for making my life bearable again!

PS: *PLEASE READ* - I learned my lesson the hard way BEFORE I purchased my first QUALITY pillow from BEANS72.

I was really desperate from my back pain and wanted relief, I had heard about buckwheat pillows on TV and without doing any research I purchased a very cheap "As seen on TV" type pillow.

All I can tell you is that I have never been more disappointed in my entire life! The pillow had been shipped to the USA from over seas, the fabric was of poor quality, the zipper was of poor quality, the buckwheat hulls were of poor quality - they were dirty and there were many small broken pieces, and then to make things even worse, the entire pillow had been FUMIGATED! Shame on me, I learned my lesson, I knew then and I know now that "You get what you pay for". When you buy cheap you get cheap...
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