When shopping for a mattress, whether it is a latex mattress, organic mattress, innerspring mattress, or memory foam mattress, you’ll come across a number of terms — many of which you’ll know, and others you may not know.
New Botanical Bliss Organic Latex Mattress Video
We’re excited to release a new video that we recently produced! It highlights some of the wonderful features of our most popular mattress, our Botanical Bliss organic latex mattress. We hope the message that comes through is how much attention we put into manufacturing the safest, cleanest, and best latex mattress available!
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GOLS stands for Global Organic Latex Standard. Until recently there were no minimum standards required for a product to be considered organic latex. In fact, GOLS is the first of its kind worldwide when it comes to creating a standard for organic latex.
As you compare buying options when latex mattress shopping, you’re likely to face the decision about latex mattress types: whether or not to purchase a synthetic or blended latex mattress vs. purchasing a natural latex mattress. On the surface, it may appear as though you’re getting a better bargain by going the synthetic or blended route. However, once you factor in the chemicals in synthetic latex mattresses, you may find that a natural mattress is a true game changer worthy of a second look.
The American Chiropractic Association says that, “Back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work. In fact, back pain is the second most common reason for visits to the doctor’s office, outnumbered only by upper-respiratory infections.” Since new mattresses are often recommended as a first line of defense against back pain, it makes perfect sense that millions of Americans each year are beginning to explore their mattress options in search of something better than what they currently have. One option that more and more people are turning to is the natural latex foam mattress. How much do you know about this mattress?
Resilience and longevity are not words that typically come to mind with traditional mattresses. Many conventional mattresses are designed with a five to seven year shelf life (at least as far as comfort is concerned) at best. But, the market now has a few options available that are proving the old standards for resilience and longevity are truly outdated. Maybe it’s time to forget about sleep numbers and old-fashioned coil mattresses and explore the potential benefits of all-natural latex mattresses instead.