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Society is becoming smarter about what we put in our bodies: we pay more attention to labels and demand transparency from food companies. So why should the way we buy home products be any different? Shouldn’t the place where your family members live and sleep be a safe one?

Select Bedding

Our select bedding is made by one of the largest manufacturers of organic and natural wool filled bedding around the world. These select bedding manufacturers pride themselves in raising their very own Merino Sheep in the mountanious lands of Kyrgyz Republic, which produces superfine organic wool. These products are tested to be free of arsenic, VOC's and other carcinogenic chemicals that are used in majority of the conventional bedding such as down, polyester and silk. These select products carry the most stringent certifications (USDA Organic, Oeko Tex, Wookmark, and GOTS) backing up statements such as "100% Natural" or "100% Organic".

To explain the benefits of some eco-friendly solutions will require days of education. Most people care about the planet and their own health. But not everyone has the time to learn all there is to know about the industrial processes. For every organic spinach patch, there’s a counter-argument about distribution, convenience, and/or cost. Organic cotton, fortunately, is easier to explain. There are two primary reasons to choose organically-grown cotton whenever you can. The first is your own health; the other is the health of the earth. And they’re inseparable.

Did You Know?

Those silky sheets or satiny mattress cover? The number of chemicals that can be used to produce a conventional textile’s luxurious look or feel is unbelievable. Many are known skin irritants; some are carcinogenic. Pesticides are also endocrine disruptors, which subtly alter the body’s hormone balance. There is a debate about the consequences of chronic exposure to low levels of these compounds. Among concerns scientists have identified are increased risks for obesity, infertility, developmental brain disorders, and cancer.

When you choose bedding and a natural mattress made with organic cotton, you eliminate an important source of chemical exposure in your home. Because you sleep in close contact with your bedding materials organic cotton may be among the most health-protective choices you make. Some experts believe that organic cotton is as significant for health as organic food. Organically grown and processed cotton will not expose you to herbicides, fungicides, or other chemical residues. For the highest quality, also look for the GOTS seal. Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certification represents the most rigorous organic standards worldwide.

Then there’s the health of the planet. The environmental consequences of conventional cotton production are horrendous. Conventional cotton uses more pesticides than any crop on earth and more of the most toxic kinds. These chemicals poison the soil and wildlife, drift into waterways, contaminate livestock even when applied to fields miles away, and wind up in human tissue. They also destroy entire ecosystems. For example, the fourth-largest body of water on earth, the Aral Sea which was once a thriving food resource, is now too polluted from cotton agriculture to support fish.

Good News!

Like our environment, human beings suffer from conventional cotton production at every step of the cycle. Agricultural laborers’ children sprayed while playing near cotton fields, factory workers exposed to a slew of toxins, and consumers who wear or sleep on fabrics that carry chemical residues all could testify that non-organic cotton is NOT “the fabric of our lives.” More people are turning toward organic cotton. Global output has dramatically increased to over 500% as of recent.



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