Buckwheat Pillows


Buckwheat pillows provides superior support for restful sleep. They are breathable pillows allowing airflow to keep you cool all night. Filled with USA grown buckwheat hulls that are cleaned without chemicals or fumigants; plus 1 or 2 lbs extra to customize your pillow depending on size ordered.

Made with durable organic cotton twill grown and woven in the USA. Invisible zipper allows buckwheat hulls to be removed for a more looser pillow, or added for a firmer pillow. Handmade in the USA.

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Very High Quality Buckwheat Pillows Are A 100% Natural Alternative To Foam, Fiber And Feather Pillows

All buckwheat pillows are not created equal! If you have ever purchased a buckwheat pillow, you may have been disappointed and frustrated with the level of support. Many of the cheaper imports are poorly filled and do not use a zipper so you have to cut the pillow, find more hulls, fill and sew! In order to provide a quality pillow that provides superior support that I would recommend, we have found superior performance buckwheat pillows that provide great long term value.

buckwheat pillows

These are some of the best quality pillows you can get. They are not stingy with the hulls, so no need to fold the pillow over to get the right height. The entire line of buckwheat hull pillows provide a consistent fill and quality materials. Organic cotton fabric is custom milled from organically grown cotton in Texas, and is tightly woven, soft, durable, and zippered (adjustable fill).

The hulls do not conduct heat and maintain a cool, comfortable temperature that you body will appreciate while you sleep. Buckwheat Pillows use hulls which conform and contour to relieve pressure on your head and ears while allowing air to circulate for added comfort.

The pillow gives you stabilizing and supportive comfort and you will not find yourself constantly having to move the hulls around to get comfortable. The buckwheat hulls are accommodating for a customized fit, as the they instantly shift and shape for support in back and side sleeping positions. The support of consistent fill allows the deeper muscles of the neck to function more efficiently during sleep. Consistent neck support permits relief from stiff muscles, often responsible for causing a headache and contributing to a stressful and frustrating nights sleep.

The hulls are a welcome option to those who suffer feather, synthetic foam or fiber allergies or sensitivity. The term “Buckwheat” is a little misleading because it is not from the wheat family, it is a fruit relative of rhubarb. Since buckwheat is not a grain, people with grain allergies are generally not bothered by hulls. Allergic reactions to buckwheat hulls are extremely rare.

Quality pillows are comforting, functionally sound, naturally healthful, and friendly for the environment. Great quality materials and careful construction means you can be proud of your pillow and use it in the best of health.

Traditionally, buckwheat pillows have a long history and have been used to help relieve a headache, upper and lower back pain, loud snoring, neck problems, tight muscles as well as stress.

Buckwheat hulls are three dimensional in shape and do not stick together helping air to circulate freely around your head, neck and scalp. This helps keep you cool and dry on hot, humid nights. Additionally, the pillows can be cooled in the fridge or freezer for extra cooling comfort.

It is difficult to recommend a good buckwheat pillow. There are so many cheaply made ones without zippers, thin, flimsy covers, dusty, dirty, and not filled properly. These are very well made and organically constructed, clean, well zippered, comfortable fabric, and filled properly – with extra hulls for adjusting included. With normal use should last about 8 to 10 years!

Author Bio

Stephen Ornstein, D.C. has treated thousands of neck, shoulder and back conditions since graduating Sherman Chiropractic College in 1987 and during his involvement in Martial Arts. He holds certifications as a Peer Review Consultant from New York Chiropractic College, Physiological Therapeutics from National Chiropractic College, Modic Antibiotic Spinal Therapy from Dr. Hanne Albert, PT., MPH., Ph.D., Myofascial Release Techniques from Logan Chiropractic College, and learned Active Release Technique from the founder, P. Michael Leahy, DC, ART, CCSP.