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Did you know how toxic your mattress is?

Most illnesses are caused by your toxic environment. Did you know 95 % of the mattresses are putting your health and well being in danger? Mattress salespeople are not telling you anything about the harsh chemicals and toxic fumes that they have in their mattresses and these mattresses can cause a serious health problem. Any mattress that is made with viscoelastic materials are highly toxic!

These include polyurethane foam, formaldehyde, boric acid, antimony (a heavy metal similar to arsenic) and worst of all, polybrominated diphenyl ethers (also known as flame retardants).


That's why as a company we wanted to offer you the BEST MATTRESS made in the world.

  • The mattress that has no toxic chemicals in it,

  • The mattress that is made with pure organic natural ingredients,

  • The  mattress that is friendly to your environment,

  • The mattress that has three separate chambers and zippers and completely reversible! There are no other mattresses like the WHOLE Mattress.

  • The mattress that offers 20-years warranty

  • The mattress that is made one at a time. An "Haute couture" mattress!

  • The mattress that every nook, corner and every inch of it, consistency tested.

  • The mattress that will take all your stress away and make you feel brand new every morning.

Please read the information written below by Dr Mercola 


You spend about one-third of your life sleeping; that's a lot of time spent with your body snuggled up against your mattress. This sanctuary should not only allow you to get proper rest but should do so in a pure fashion without exposing you to unnecessary risk.

Unfortunately, most mattresses are anything but pure. As of July 1, 2007, all U.S. mattresses are required to be a highly flame retardant to the extent that they won't catch on fire if exposed to a blowtorch. This means they may contain flame-retardant chemicals.

One type of flame-retardant chemical, polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), has been banned in the U.S. since 2004 due to health concerns. But if your mattress contains polyurethane foam and was manufactured before this date, it might still contain them.

Boric acid, a toxic respiratory irritant used to kill roaches; antimony, a metal that may be more toxic than mercury and formaldehyde, which causes cancer, are some of the other chemicals that lurk in many mattresses — even those from "high-end" brands.




In most cases, it's virtually impossible to find out what's really in your mattress. Mattress manufacturers are not required to label or disclose which chemicals their mattresses contain. They may even claim that their mattresses are safe when in reality they are not. As reported by Mother Jones:1

"Major manufacturers such as Simmons, Sealy, and Tempur-Pedic won't divulge their flame-retardant formulas, which are considered trade secrets …

The best guess at what's in today's mattresses comes from Ryan Trainer, … [president] of the International Sleep Products Association, an industry group.

He says most companies use 'various types of barrier fabrics' such as cotton treated with boric acid or rayon treated with silica — both relatively benign chemicals — as well as fire-resistant materials such as modacrylic fiber (which contains antimony oxide, a carcinogen) and the melamine resin (which contains formaldehyde)."

Mattresses may off-gas such chemicals, which means they slowly "leak" out over time. Studies looking into the health risks of sleeping on a chemical-laden mattress are hard to come by, but we do know that such chemicals themselves pose hazards.

PBDEs, for instance, disrupt mechanisms that are responsible for releasing hormones in your body, as well as alter calcium signaling in your brain, which is a critical mechanism for learning and memory.

These chemicals actually resemble the molecular structure of PCBs, which have been linked to cancer, reproductive problems and impaired fetal brain development.

Like PCBs, even though certain PBDEs have been banned in some U.S. states and the European Union, they persist in the environment and accumulate in your body.

Higher exposures to PBDEs have been linked to decreased fertility, which could be in part because the chemicals may mimic your thyroid hormones.2 Previous research has suggested PBDEs can lead to decreases in TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone).3

Although newer mattresses will no longer contain PBDEs, the chemicals used to replace them may be just as bad. For instance, organophosphate flame retardants (OPFRs) are frequently found in conventional mattresses.

Some OPFRs have been identified as known or suspected carcinogens or neurotoxic substances.


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