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Sleeping Green
Organic Mattresses: Is there a
es! According to Mary Jo Dinha, of Mattresses and Beyond
in Royal Oak, MI.
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as organic the processing and agricultural methods used to
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produce the mattresses. The cotton used must be grown with-
out chemicals, pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers, for
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example. The processing must be free bleach, formaldehyde
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organic cotton ticking and an organic wool fi re-barrier.”
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Dinha says that there are many benefi ts from sleeping on
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all-natural, organic bedding. People with sensitivities to certain
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chemical substances or respiratory problems can usually sleep
on organic mattresses because they don’t release toxic gasses
or dust. Also, wool contains lanolin, a natural substance that
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prevents dust mites. The latex is excellent because it is not con-
ducive to the growth of mildew or mold.
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“The line of organic bedding we carry, she says, “takes Royal Oak, MI 48067
it even further. The entire collection is made using renewable
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resources, with special consideration given to animal welfare
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4 pounds of organic wool they use, one acre of land is saved
from pesticides and toxins for at least 4 years.”
“Sleeping green is about your health as much as it is about
the environment,” she adds. “The components used in organic
mattresses help provide for the health and safety of everyone
involved-from the farmer and manufacturer to he consumer.”
For more information on organic mattresses, contact Mary
Jo Dinha at Mattresses and Beyond, 32470 Woodward Ave,
Royal Oak, or call 248-554-9205. See ad page 25. When was the last time someone really heard you?
Does anyone listen to who you truly are, for what
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Do others ignore your feelings?
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have found that
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Source: Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2008.
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April 2009
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