What is a Buckwheat Pillow


If you've stumbled across our website and wonder what it is we are actually trying to sell you here, then read on to find out everything you need to know about Buckwheat Pillows.

First off, you're not alone in the universe when it comes to not knowing what Buckwheat Pillows are. As a matter of fact, majority of the people never heard of one unless they've been to Japan, have friends who have one or seriously struggle with some sort of pain and had their Healthcare Practitioner refer these type of pillows to them.

Buckwheat Pillows are made of the hulls of the buckwheat grain. Buckwheat is an alternative to rice, wheat and other grains used to make bread and other foods.

A LOT of buckwheat is actually also grown in the US, which is an advantage if you seek assurance that the hulls you have in your pillow are actually toxin free. Imported Pillows(many pillows found on Amazon, Ebay and other online retailers who provide direct Access to Chinese Retailers) are not always toxin free. So be aware of that when you make your choice.

Now what makes a Buckwheat Pillow Special you wonder?

It's the unique moldability and uncompromisable support these pillows provide over any other filling material. The special shape of the hulls also allow for the pillows to be way more breathable than any synthetic pillows(like Memory foam or fiber fills).

 

Try out our Buckwheat Pillows and find out yourself how a simple thing like a pillow can change your life.

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