Camel wool duvet
Camel wool is produced from camel two-humbed race Baktarian living in areas of Mongolia, China, North Africa and South America. They live in very extreme conditions such as: temperatures below zero and very high during the day caused that wool breathes, let the air in and not sweating under it. Wool is heated our body in winter and cool down in summer and to keep body temperature providing a calm sleep.
Thanks to their specific construction fibers that were subjected to different temperatures during the day and night.
Wool Camel in shades of brown and beige is obtained :
* BROWN - with upper body
* BEIGE - the lower abdomen
keep a constant body temperature and also antiallergic and helps the circulation, aliminates symptoms of cold feet and hands, to speed up the process transfer heat hich has a positive impact on changes in the muscles.
Wool duvet has anti-allergic properties because of the high lanolin content covering all her hair addition wool protects the hair from getting dirty.
Due to the high content of lanolin from wool Camel represent an additional barrier to the habitat of mites parasitic mites from the group contributing to a number of symptoms of allergic diseases such as:
* Frequent difficulty breathing
* Frequent allergic skin irritant
* Frequent itching
* Frequent cough
* Frequent runny nose
* A common problem with tearing of eyes
*** Therefore, we are confident that the quilt wool is non-allergenic duvet ***
I think that the best example of the possibilities breath of a large amount of negative ions are frequent stays in the mountains and forests of the sea with waterfalls, therefore, if not always and certainly not every day we have the opportunity to be very close to nature where in the above mentioned areas, the air is full of the high content of negative ions duvet wool seems to be the ideal solution for people who want to feel a lot better, and not just for a few days but for years while denying the symptoms that are caused precisely by (electrosmog) or positive ions.