The Kazu Pillow is a pillow that's stuffed with millions of high-quality buckwheat hulls instead of a more traditional filling such as foam, fiber or feathers. It's claimed that each of these pillows will keep you comfortable and cool all night while providing your head and neck with more support than pillows stuffed with traditional filling would be able to. You'll be able to obtain one of these pillows at once, or a set of two, in either the standard size or a deluxe size for king and queen-sized beds.
The cost of Kazu Pillow is $59.99 plus $9.99 shipping, for a total price of $69.98.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: kazupillow.com
When you lie your head down on a Kazu Pillow, the buckwheat hulls inside will adjust their positions in order to support your head and neck, along with your spine, in an optimum manner. Once your upper body is being cradled by this pillow, and your neck is receiving the high level of support it needs, your neck muscles will begin to relax. This, in turn, will cause you to sleep deeply without waking up many times throughout the night. Meanwhile, throughout the whole night, your pillow's buckwheat filling will literally repel heat and allow air to circulate effectively through the pillow, thereby keeping you cool and dry.
The idea for this pillow was developed by a doctor known as Kazu Watanabe and is based on the way some Japanese have been filling their pillows for hundreds of years. Due to the fact that a doctor was heavily involved, you can expect that certain scientific principles related to the human body and the way it functions have been considered throughout the design process. You can also use this pillow with the knowledge that the way it's been filled is a practice that's been able to withstand the test of time.
Each of these pillows has also been handcrafted, as opposed to being produced in a machine-based factory, which indicates that the individual who made each one took great care while sewing it together.
If you prefer natural products because they're better for the environment, or because you're sensitive to chemicals, you'll be happy to find out that the buckwheat this pillow is stuffed with is all-natural.
If you sleep in a twin bed or a double bed, you should get the standard size of the Kazu Pillow, which will fit into a standard-sized pillowcase. However, if you've got a king or queen-sized bed, you should go for the deluxe size of this pillow. Regardless of the size you choose, you'll have the option of getting one pillow at once or a pair.
If you've got a health problem such as asthma, arthritis, fibromyalgia and various other issues, your Kazu Pillow will help relieve any discomfort you experience due to that. The support that the pillow offers to the upper body will help relieve discomfort associated with the muscles, while the pillow may also help with breathing problems by keeping you cool. When you're not having difficulty breathing or experiencing muscular pain or stiffness, it logically follows that you'll be far more likely to sleep through the night.
After sleeping deeply through the night with your Kazu Pillow, you'll likely wake up feeling more refreshed and energetic than you otherwise would. As a result, you may be able to accomplish necessary tasks more quickly, with more enthusiasm than usual, no matter what those tasks are. If you work outside the home, your boss may notice that your productivity has increased and may provide you with an opportunity for advancement. On a slightly different note, getting all your morning chores done quickly at home may give you more time for fun or relaxation in the afternoon.
More than likely, you'll benefit from sleeping on one of these pillows at any time, but they're especially useful on extremely hot days. Since your Kazu Pillow will be able to direct heat away from your head, you may be able to turn off your fan or air conditioner instead of running it all night. Similarly, if you've got a fever for any reason, the pillow's heat-repelling capabilities will help you feel at least a little bit cooler.
There's a slight odor that's often associated with buckwheat, so you may be able to smell the filling of your pillow, especially while your head's resting on it. If you don't mind the smell, that won't be a problem, but if you find it the least bit unpleasant, you may not enjoy using your Kazu Pillow. Pillows that are filled with other common types of stuffing might not be as supportive as this one, but they also tend not to smell at all.
The millions of buckwheat hulls within each of these pillows are tiny, so if a hole happens to form in your pillow, the hulls could slip out of it easily. If enough of these were to fall out, they could make a mess of your bed and the surrounding area. In order to avoid ripping your pillow, you'll need to keep it away from sharp objects such as the claws of pets and even some beauty tools and pieces of jewelry.
If you use more than one pillow in bed, make sure that you place your Kazu Pillow at the top of the stack. Placing it underneath even one other pillow won't allow you to fully reap the benefits it has to offer.
This pillow is primarily meant to be placed under the head, but if you've got a sore back, you can place a second one under either your upper or lower back for some extra support.
It's not specified that this type of pillow is machine washable, so you should check the washing instructions on one of your pillows after you receive it. To avoid damaging the fabric or the filling, you may have to hand-wash these pillows or take them to a dry cleaner's.
If you currently go to a chiropractor, a physiotherapist or some other type of specialist due to pain in your upper body, using a Kazu Pillow may eliminate that need. It may support your head, neck, shoulders, and spine so effectively that your pain will be dramatically minimized, or it may even go away altogether. The same thing goes if you've been seeing a medical professional (and possibly taking medication) due to insomnia—this type of pillow may make you so comfortable in your bed that this issue will disappear.
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