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Organic Mattresses - Natural Mattresses - Healthy Mattresses

Start sleeping healthy with our large assortment of natural and organic mattresses and foundations. Many mattresses outgas formaldehyde, a known carcinogen. They also contain fire retardants that build up in our bodies over time and have been associated with neurological damage and cancer. Our natural and organic mattresses are free of those chemicals.

We use only pure, natural wool (certified by Oregon Tilth), certified organic cotton (certified by GOTS) and pure, natural latex (Certified by Eco-Institut and Oeko-Tex) in and on our mattresses.

Our organic mattresses are made with either an innerspring core or a natural latex core. You can also choose a mattress with a natural latex pillow top for softness, or our luxurious dual pillow top mattresses which feature a natural latex pad on both the top AND bottom of the mattress. We offer several levels of firmness: Extra Firm, Firm, & Extra Soft.

How to choose a mattress that's right for you.

If you'd like to see more information about the natural latex we use in our mattresses, please click "Latex and Wool Info" in the menu across the the bottom of the page.

How to Choose a Mattress That's Right for You

The two main things to consider when buying a mattress are support and comfort.

Your mattress needs to support the natural curve of your spine. That means you need to maintain the same natural alignment while you're laying down as when you're standing. If your mattress doesn't have enough support, it will sag, throwing your spine out of alignment. A mattress can also be too firm which tends to only support the heaviest parts of your body. You want it to be firm enough to keep your spine in place, yet still conform to your body. Here is a general guideline to follow:

Back or stomach sleepers generally do better with a firmer mattress because it will not allow them to sag into the surface at an unnatural angle.

Side Sleepers usually place the greatest amount of weight on the smallest areas of the body thereby creating pressure points. A side sleeper will probably want a softer mattress, especially if they have a very curved or rounded figure.

A new mattress should always be placed on a firm base, never a saggy one. The box springs/foundation do much of the work for the mattress by absorbing stress and weight. The correct foundation can extend the life of the mattress, therefore you should try to purchase the box springs/foundation designed to go with your mattress.

There is no one-mattress-fits-all. We are all different and have different ideas as to what's comfortable or not. My best advice here is to go to a mattress store and try out the mattresses. Lay on them in the position you normally sleep in. Take your time. Laying on a mattress for a few seconds will not give you a good idea as to how it will feel after you've been there awhile. Here are some different kinds of mattresses you might consider:

Innerspring - There are springs in the mattress that help support the weight of your body. The higher the number of coils, the firmer the mattress.

Latex - It's impression resistant, conforms to the contour of your body while offering support, hypoallergenic, bacteria and mildew resistant. It also has great breath-ability, it will keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Pillow Top – This is a mattress with an extra layer sewn to the top to create a pillow feel. It's great for support and comfort. You can get the same effect using a mattress pad or topper.