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Buckwheat vs. Buckwheat Hulls

When people think about Buckwheat Pillows, they often don't realize that a Buckwheat Pillow is not filled with Buckwheat itself, but rather just the hulls. This makes a significant difference as there are "Buckwheat Pillows" on the market which are actually used as heat pads. These type of pillows are usually filled with Buckwheat grains and not the hulls. Most Common Buckwheat Pillows for sleeping, are filled with the HULLS of the Buckwheat Grain. Same thing goes for Millet Pillows :)

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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...

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Key Benefits of a Buckwheat Pillow

If you are indecisive about why to give a buckwheat pillow a try, here are some key benefits of our pillows over others:   Better Sleep (Buckwheat Pillows support proper posture and spinal alignment unlike any other pillow which results in less turning and tossing throughout the night and therefore less interruption of your natural sleep cycle) Reduced Snoring(Snoring is very often caused by a poor sleep posture. Our Buckwheat pillows don't solve all your snoring problems, specially if you have sleep apnea but by aligning your cervical spine it helps support and open up your airways.) Muscle Support(Neck and Back Pain are primary caused by poor sleep posture because your muscles and other soft tissues will try to keep...

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