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FAQs about Organic Cotton Bedding

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Organic cotton bedding

Most organic bedding is made from organic cotton, which is grown from non-genetically modified plants without the aid of chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Organic cotton products such as bedding are becoming increasingly popularfor those striving for an eco-friendly home, and you may have some questions about them. Take a look below for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about organic cotton bedding.

Questions about Organic Bedding:

  1. Why should I purchase organic bedding?
    The growth and harvest of organic cotton is good for the environment. Bedding made from it is incredibly comfortable, as well. Choosing to buy organic products also decreases the use of agrochemicals. Organic cotton bedding may also be better for your health. Residual chemicals in normal cotton products have the potential to cause you irritation. As a bonus, many people say organic bedding feels nicer than normal bedding.

  2. How do I care for organic cotton bedding?
    There is no difference in the way that you should take care of your organic cotton bedding in comparison to how you launder and clean other cotton bedding. Use your washing machine to wash your organic cotton sheets in warm water just like you would any other bedding.

  3. What are the disadvantages of non-organic bedding?
    Regular non-organic bedding may contain residual chemicals from the production process. This can irritate people with sensitive skin or allergies. The processing of non-organic bedding relies heavily on the use of chemicals. These chemicals may remain in your bedding and affect your nervous and respiratory system. The effects of these chemicals may include headaches, dizziness, difficulties with memory and difficulties with sleeping. Organic cotton bedding has none of these side effects and will ensure that you get a good night's sleep without any irritation to your skin.

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