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Are You Using the Right Size Pillow?

Getting a good night’s sleep is important if you want to stay healthy and happy. Buckwheat pillows provide a lot more support than standard pillows. However, in order to benefit from the additional support and comfort that these pillows provide,

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Buckwheat vs Microbead Pillows – Which is Better?

Sleep is a basic need for everyone, but did you know that the pillow you are using can affect the quality of sleep you get? It’s important to know the type of pillow that best suits your needs. Pillows are

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Traditional Pillows Vs. Buckwheat Pillows – 18 Reasons To Switch

Are you on the search for a brand new pillow? Are you tired of how bad your old pillow makes you feel? Are you fed up with not getting a good night’s sleep? Did you know that most people are

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Japanese Buckwheat Pillow Origins

Around 600 years ago, the Japanese discovered amazing benefits of using buckwheat hull also called sobakawa in their bedding, then they started using it in pillows (Makura). Many people want to know “What is Buckwheat?” Buckwheat is not a type

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Buckwheat Hull Pillow Alternatives

Buckwheat hull pillows is one of the best pillows for side sleepers, neck and back pain suffers, and aching muscles. Organic buckwheat hulls pillows is the premium choice in pillows, because it provides a good night’s rest without the tossing

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Benefits of Organic Buckwheat Hull Pillows

Buckwheat hull pillows have been used for centuries in Japan and many Asian countries. Buckwheat is a fruit (fagopyrum esculentum), not a grain wheat. The hulls of the buckwheat are the husks that protect the buckwheat seed from the elements

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What are Buckwheat Hulls?

Buckwheat is a seed. It is not a grain nor is it related to wheat. Buckwheat was first cultivated in Southeastern China many centuries ago. Buckwheat was planted as early as five thousand years ago. It was used as a

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