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Updated on November 21, 2012

Natura Latex Mattresses

Natura Mattress is a watchword for unsurpassed mattress craftsmanship. Although they take time to produce, a Natura mattress is among the highest quality mattresses available on the market today. From the quilting detail, to the stitching quality, down to the unbelievable feel and restful restorative sleep, a Natura latex mattress is one of the finest investments you can make in your well being and sleep environment. Latex mattresses provide an excellent alternative to memory foam mattresses, which are made with oil-based petro-chemicals. Latex is a naturally harvested sustainable resource that is ultimately beneficial for the environment since the tree sap is harvested without the destruction of the tree. Natural plant latex is nearly all organic as these latex-producing tree grow deep in the rainforest and are not sprayed with chemicals or pesticides. Moreover, the sap itself is produced by the tree as a defense mechanism and does not need to be treated for pests or bugs.


Memory Foam Mattresses

A new memory foam bed can dramatically improve the quality of your sleep. Memory foam can help you eliminate pressure points, relieve tension and ease stress. Awake refreshed, thanks to a great night's sleep. Feel better than ever thanks to a clean, chemical free and sustainably made natural memory foam mattress. Memory foam is polyurethane with additional chemicals increasing its viscosity and density. It is often referred to as "visco-elastic" polyurethane foam, or low-resilience polyurethane foam . Higher-density memory foam softens in reaction to body heat, allowing it to mold to a warm body in a few minutes. A lower-density memory foam is pressure-sensitive and molds quickly to the shape of a body pressing against it, returning to its original shape once the pressure is removed. The speed with which a foam returns to its original shape after a weight is removed is often part of the marketing message among memory-foam mattress producers, many of whom tout "newer generation" foams with "faster recovery."

ultimate dreams latex mattress
ultimate dreams latex mattress

Latex Mattresses

Ultimate Dreams Latex Mattress - Queen Size Ultra Plush Queen 10" Ultra Plush Latex Mattress with Bamboo Cover. All the latex mattresses are custom tailored to your desired firmness. After purchase every customer will be contacted by customer support via email to discuss a firmness level on your latex mattress. All of the latex mattresses are made to order, it is tough buying a latex mattress online and with this option you can have a firm, medium firmness or soft latex mattress custom made for you. 3 inches of Talalay Latex foam instantly conforms to each unique contour of your body for exceptional, orthopedic support and pressure relief. Quilted Bamboo cover contains 100% biodegradable bamboo fibers with 1.5 inches of super soft reflex foam. Softer than cotton but with four times the moisture absorbency of cotton for a drier, cooler more comfortable sleep. 5.5 inch 2.35 pound high density convoluted base foam for increased air flow and comfort-ability .  The gentle conforming support of latex foam reduces high-pressure areas that shut off capillary blood flow causing a person to toss and turn. This alleviates pressure and helps bring oxygen and nutrients to your muscles, so you awake feeling recharged and renewed. -Ideal for allergy sufferers, Talalay latex mattresses are hypoallergenic and breathable -Optimal orthopedic support, naturally conforming to body contours. -Luxurious resilience and feel -Enhanced breath-ability -Resistant to moisture and heat -Superior pressure relief that helps bring oxygen and nutrients to muscles .

Organic Mattresses

Discover just how well you can sleep when you have a clean and refreshing sleep environment. With an organic mattress, you can cease your nightly exposure to (potentially cancer-causing) fire retardant chemicals. Our latex organic mattresses are also far more resistant to mold, mildew, dust mites and bedbugs than conventional mattresses. Awake refreshed after the best sleep you've ever had on a mattress that will last for years.

There are a lot of different ways that mattress labeling can be both misleading and confusing.

When you want to buy an organic mattress it can compound the difficulty of understanding your bedding. As much as we would like you to buy a mattress from us, we want you to make your purchase as an educated consumer.

What Makes a Mattress Organic?

There are many benefits to natural and organic mattresses but how do you really know what you're getting?

Conventional mattresses are made with many harsh chemicals that are used to make them fire resistant, pesticides that help control bedbugs and dust mites as well as strong glues that contain volatile organic compounds and don't forget about the powerful industrial solvents that are used to clean everything up.

Choosing an organic mattress from a small manufacturer is probably the best way to ensure that the mattress you're getting is as natural and organic as you believe it is. Unlike foods, there are no firm guidelines for labeling a mattress organic and many manufacturers have used this to their advantage.

There may be some national mattress manufacturers that completely mislabel non-organic mattresses as organic, just to charge you, the consumer, a premium. Most "organic mattresses" are made with some organic components, perhaps just the ticking is organic, but the padding and base layers are not. It's nearly impossible to determine what has gone into a mattress.

Even within the mattress industry, there are few guidelines for mattress manufacturers who want to offer certified natural and fully organic mattresses. If mattress makers don't know the rule of what makes a mattress organic, how can you feel confident in what you're buying if you cannot know what is in your mattress? How can you know that the place where you spend 1/3 of your life is not a contamination source for toxic chemicals leeching into your system?

Unfortunately this lack of regulation places a greater onus in the lap of the consumer. You must research your mattress and the company who makes it. You must do your best to understand what is going into each layer of your mattress and make your own evaluation about the potential harm and risk that it carries.

Until there is some kind regulation or at least an industry guideline that is publicly available and which we can all follow, it is very difficult to believe the claims of some mattress makers.

Fortunately the Eco Mattress Store is here to help in your research. They sell many mattresses that are made with components that are certified organic and they work with some of the highest quality manufacturers who have a firm commitment to making the highest quality organic and all natural mattresses. They are here to help you learn just what it takes to make a mattress organic.

Organic Innerspring by SleepTek
from: JGK Marketing LLC

NexGel OrthoGel Mattresses

A Gel mattress is a great investment in your health. OrthoGel relief-point technology can eliminate stress causingorthogel relief point honeycomb technology pressure points and provide you with a whole new level of comfort, relaxation and rejuvenation.

Ortho-Gel is made from hundreds of hollow columns of DuraGel, a patented ultra-soft, ultra-strong, solid rubber-like material. These columns come together to form one of nature's strongest, most effective patterns: the honeycomb. Each column wall is shared by adjoining columns, which work together to give you the right support and pressure relief.

This honeycomb of OrthoGel columns provides thousands of Relief Points; each point is cleverly engineered to support a certain amount of weight. When the load gets too heavy the column simply gets out of the way; it relaxes to cradle that heavy spot, eliminating a potential pressure point. It won't spring back until the weight goes away.

NexGel Solutions LatexGel Mattress
from: JGK Marketing LLC

NexGel Awakenings DoubleGel Mattress
from: JGK Marketing LLC

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