Unlike the name implies, the day is not dedicated to the rodent but refers to a legend. It is also used as a folk saying: “If it rains on Seven Sleepers Day, the rain may
not abate for seven weeks”, one of the most well-known bits of traditional weather lore proverb remaining in German-speaking Europe. But, irrelevant whether rain or heat follows the day, the meteorological climate decides on our well-being. Just like the bedding climate. No-one likes to freeze at night or to wake up drenched in sweat. Therefore, when choosing your sleeping system and the linen it is important to look for the materials used.
Which materials create a dry-warm and harmonious bedding climate?
Pay attention to choose nature-like materials for your bedding. Here, nature-like cotton and bio-merino-wool are ideal. Sheep wool is one of the best climate-fibers there is. In winter, it is warming pleasantly. In summer it is comfortably cooling. It has the ability to absorb humidity up to a third of its own weight and to release it to the surrounding air. This results in a dry-warm and harmonious bedding climate.
We with SAMINA know about this exceptional characteristic of nature and use it for our sleep-healthy-concept. Therefore, in the SAMINA product range you will only find mats and covers as well as special orthopedic pillows filled with bio-active sheep wool. The pillowcases consist of 100 % natural, non-toxic, twisted cotton. The natural products support the optimal bedding climate and your healthy and restful sleep.