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MollyGainYa
Senior Mollycule


Buchanan Dam, Texas
119 posts, May 2001

posted 06-09-2001 07:25 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for MollyGainYa     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I agree with Melanie! Tell us KnewEyes, how to make buckwheat hull pillows!! Pa-leeeez!! I've always wondered where to get the hulls, but if you have a "source", please clue us in.

Thank you!!

MollyGainYa, with love

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KnewEyes
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under those cloud-like things
665 posts, Apr 2001

posted 06-09-2001 08:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for KnewEyes     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Ok,, since you insist,, lol, No really, I would be happy to tell you how. The first place I found buckwheat hull was at the local Agway feedstore. It comes in big plastic sacks, and is used as a ground cover, or mulch. Well I had a couple of good bags from there, but then noticed some of the bags had a musty scent to them, because they stored them in these barns, and they got damp. Good fresh, non-musty buckwheat hull, smells kind of like tea leaves, so I took those musty bags of buckwheat and washed the buckwheat with a strong solution of tea, and then spread it out on big drying screens in the sunlight to dry it out. I didn't know at the time tea was a natural fungicide.Well that worked, but sure was tedious. Then I found a good garden shop, that had it stored in a dry indoor area, and I have never had to wash it again, Cost a couple bucks more,but was worth it,about 16$ a bag,, and I could get about 4-5 normal sized bed pillows out of one bag.The material you have to use, has to be heavier than normal pillow material, cause a normal sized pillow, weighs about 6 1/2 lbs. they are like sand bags, with fluffier sand. I get a cotton tight woven type of material, thats almost like supple canvas like material ,semi heavy duty, and double sew all the seams, giving a good inch or more to work with on each side, except for the end I sew last, which I give myself 4-5 inches , I add the buckwheat at the end,, after I have sewn the last edge 1/2 way, cause its a struggle on the machine when you have all that buckwheat hull in there,(especially when you are making a king size pillow) and trying to sew on the machine,,, but it can be done.If you bought one well made buckwheat hull pillow, the size of a normal bed pillow, at a store,,it would cost you AT LEAST 30$-50$, and a king size,,, up to $100 or more, so heres a good way to get the best, if you have access to a sewing machine and can sew a rectangle!Try your larger garden supply places for the buckwheat hull. Good Luck!!
Also.. I used to be a stomach sleeper too, worst thing in the world for your lower back, I wish so much I could be a back sleeper, but nope, I am a hard core side-sleeper now and the pillow works fine for side sleepers. Just remember, keep your shoulders OFF the pillow (that goe's for back sleepers too NO SHOULDERS!), you will be able to form the pillow around them.Make sure your head isn't tilted to far up, or down, after you have formed the "bowl" for your head to rest, and the all important "ridge" that supports your neck. The more level your head is, without the stress of any off-level tilt to your neck, the better it is. Plan to see a difference in 2 days of use.Most likely only 1 day
You can use these pillows in a wrong way, where you wont benefit from them, and that is by just putting your head down on them, without making the proper "leveling" adjustments, or not making the neck ridge high enough to actually support your neck.Usually I give a demonstration, but I can't here, so I hope you can understand my written explaination.

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WonderWmn93
TRUST NO ONE!!!


Marysville,WA USA
133 posts, Apr 2001

posted 06-10-2001 01:01 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for WonderWmn93   Visit WonderWmn93's Homepage!   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks KnewEyes, I might just try making one of those pillows if I could get a few extra minutes. LOL. Well, actually.. I don't sew! So that could be a slight problem. My mother likes to sew, so maybe she could do it for me. Thanks for letting us know how to make them
God Bless,
Melanie

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Delphi
Mystic Warrior


S. Bossier, Louisiana
1583 posts, Mar 2001

posted 06-10-2001 04:58 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Delphi   Visit Delphi's Homepage!   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Hi everyone, I know I keep saying good-bye at this forum but have to turn up again every once in a while "like a bad penny". I just couldn't resist as I read of all the symptoms...which of course, I have also...to the hilt! Thyroid, fibromyalgia, dizziness, neck and headaches...Some info./ I find for the headaches and even the neck aches, those "ice-jell-packs" help me tremendously! I have lots of allergies so can't always try herbs but find ice helps...I keep 4 ice-jell-packs in the freezor at all times. Also, for a non-sewing person, (like me too), I have found ready-made neck pillows in the larger Pharmacy chains and sometimes the Buckwheat pillows ready made at some health/vitamin/herb stores. There are several "styles" of neck pillows, and I have them all...the kinds that the "foam" forms to your neck shape, other kinds tailormade style pillows with the proper indentation or rise allowing for optimum neck comfort and proper positioning. I hope I have been of some help. Only other pain in neck was notorious debunker that hasn't been here lately! Blessings, Joanne

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MollyGainYa
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Buchanan Dam, Texas
119 posts, May 2001

posted 06-10-2001 10:42 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for MollyGainYa     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Delphi-Blessings-Joanne!!! Welcome back!! It's so good to "e" you! Are you under water in Louisiana?? I bet Thermit and all others in Houston don't even have any phone service...??? Sure seems like a HAARP experiment, doesn't it? They should name all "unpredicted, early season" tropical storms and hurricanes HAARPY. Why mask them with sweet names like "Allison"???

Thank you, KnewEyes, for your very detailed, enlightening instructions on the pillows. I'm going to find some hulls right away! Do you think a large toss pillow made out of sturdy fabric could be opened on one seam and emptied and then filled with the hulls and resown?? Just a thought for those of us who can sew but don't really enjoy sewing... I'm going to bet Walmart has some clearance pillows that might do the job. (When you live in the sticks, your shopping excursions are "events", and there aren't too many options besides WallieWorld.) Anyway, I've been trying to sleep on my sides lately, and it really is helping my neck and back. Sure is hard to teach an old tummy-sleepin' dog new tricks!

My baby girl woke up with fever, deep cough, bloody nose, intestinal cramping and leg aches...poor little thing. She spent all day outside yesterday, and the skies were clear, for once, but I guess the chems were there anyway. I'm out of Oscillo, so it's olive leaf extract and GSE and homeo's to the rescue. This is getting SOOO old

Have a good Sunday, all, if you can...

MollyGainYa, with love

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Moose
Senior Member

Fargo, ND
24 posts, Jan 2001

posted 07-16-2001 12:10 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Moose     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by RidesTheWind:
Hey guys. Found this article and thought it was pretty interesting.Enjoy or weep.Not sure which.We may understand more as time goes on but are we glad to know this? No! www.consumerhealth.org/articles/display.cfm?ID=20000830164126

Isn't there a picture of a "crystalline form" on Mr. Carnicom's homepage? These crystals were extracted from the atmosphere somehow, if memory serves.

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