Imagine sleeping on a mattress made of Grade-A latex foam, which is sourced from the heart of the natural world
and infused with a variety of qualities that are certain to give you a comfortable and rejuvenating night's
rest. The Natural and Organic Latex Mattress by Turmerry makes this a guarantee.
For anyone seeking a healthier option than the conventional all-foam mattress, innerspring mattress, or hybrid
mattress, we've got you covered. Turmerry natural and organic mattresses feature organic cotton,
natural New Zealand wool, and GOLS-certified organic latex and are free of
all harmful synthetic additives. What we use in our premium foam is fully certified by GOLS,
Our mattresses are resistant to mold, mildew, and dust mites as latex is naturally hypoallergenic, making them
ideal for people with allergies and those who are chemically sensitive. Even our fire retardant is safe because
natural wool is used in place of chemicals. Wool has the added benefit of being an excellent temperature
regulator. You'll remain cozy in the winter and pleasantly cool in the summer.
With our fall mattress sale, you get to easily pocket a few hundred dollars on the most eco-organic mattress out
there! But, it doesn't end with that. While we do not have a free white glove delivery option at the moment, we
do offer Free shipping for all our customers across the US. With a 60-day trial
period, you won't be locked into a purchase if you don't like it. Plus, you'll get a 20
Year Warranty starting the moment you get your rights reserved to the product! You can
rest easy for at least the next two decades of your life knowing that you're sleeping on such premium latex
Cozy, comforting, and conforming to the body.
Dunlop latex over Talalay, making the mattress firm in its support.
Caresses your pressure points and provides excellent pressure relief.
Crisp cooling thanks to the breathable latex surface.
All-natural, Hypoallergenic, and safe.
Easy handling and assembly.
Extreme longevity, with a lifespan of at least 20 years.
Size -- Twin Mattress, Twin XL
Mattress, Full Mattress, Queen Size Mattress,
Split Queen Mattress, King Mattress, Split King Mattress, Cal King Mattress
Height -- 8 inch, 10 inch, 12 inch
Have you been experiencing neck pain recently? Have you been waking up every morning in excruciating pain? It's
likely that your current pillow is the root of the issue. Why not attempt something novel? Wouldn't it be
wonderful to have something that eliminates these unwanted issues and rejuvenates you throughout the night?
That’s exactly why we recommend you try our latex pillows.
Turmerry only provides you with safe and toxic-free pillows that are made of natural materials like organic latex
foam and certified organic cotton covers. They will serve as your tiny personal helpers while you are sleeping,
providing you with firm support, pain relief, flexibility, and improved cooling.
The styles and dimensions that we offer are very varied. Size, loft, and firmness can all be
customized to suit you in the best possible manner. Moreover, to give it extra protection, you get the option to
add a heavy-duty organic pillow cover. It will make cleaning easier and ensure the pillow
maintains its high level of durability.
Apart from customization, there is a wide selection of pillow types to choose from. Among them are the Latex Foam
Pillow, Shredded Latex
Contour Pillow, Latex Body
Pillow, and Buckwheat
Pillow. Each of our pillows conforms to your head and reacts with
lightning-fast accuracy. As a result, each sleeping position is adequately supported, and crucial aspects like
spinal alignment, neck support, and head support are properly handled.
Highly responsive and contouring.
Instant bounce back, unlike the sink from other pillows.
Firm support and exemplary pain relief.
Eco-friendly and Environmentally conscious.
Anti-bacterial, Anti-microbial, and Hypoallergenic.
Superb cooling and breathable material.
Excellent resilience and durability.
Preserves a healthy microclimate in your bedroom.
Size -- Standard, Queen, King
Loft -- Mid Loft, High Loft
Firmness -- Soft (45K), Medium (55K), Firm (65K)
Cover -- Zippered Organic Cotton Protector Cover
Turmerry Mattress Toppers
When your mattress begins to lose its appeal, you know it's time to buy a new one. But what if a new mattress is
out of your price range? Or perhaps your current bed just needs a little tweaking in one or two areas, and you
don't think it's worthwhile to get a new one. Fear not; you won't have to accept mediocrity any longer. You only
require a mattress topper to put the luxury puzzle together. Our mattress toppers can accommodate any bed frame.
It will provide you with what your mattress simply cannot, as well as some additional benefits to your sleep
that you are sure to adore.
We have two variants of Mattress Toppers to offer you -
First comes the Latex Mattress
Topper. A trustworthy companion, these toppers are made of eco-INSTITUT,
Oeko-Tex, and LGA-certified pure latex material. These are engineered with 5 Zone Support with small changes to
help with the natural curvature of the body and provide better spinal alignment.
Second, comes the Egg Crate
Mattress Topper. The surface of this topper is convoluted to form an
egg-crate design. The bumpy peaks and valleys massage your body every time you lay on it, relieving your
pressure points of any pent-up stress. Considering the 5 to 10-year lifespan that the
topper has, every day is going to be an improvement over yesterday in its embrace!
Well crafted, long-lasting, and dependable.
Great cooling effect, induced by improved air circulation.
Naturally hypoallergenic and impurity resistant.
Biodegradable and sustainably harvested.
Eco-friendly and user-friendly.
Contours to relieve the body of pressure and aches.
Cheaper alternative for an aging mattress.
Size -- Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King
Thickness -- 2 Inch GOLS Organic Latex, 3 Inch GOLS Organic Latex, 2 Inch Natural Latex Topper
(5 Zone Support), 3 Inch Natural Latex Topper (5 Zone Support)
Firmness -- Soft, Medium, Firm
Cover -- Zippered Organic Cotton Protector Cover
Other Turmerry Products
With us, you have a wide range of options. In addition to the fantastic mattresses, pillows, and toppers that you
can purchase from us, a wide range of other organic bedding accessories is readily
available to you at incredibly low prices. To mention a few - we offer mattress protector covers,
protector pads, organic pillow/topper covers, comforters, cushions, sheet sets, and blanket throws all of
which are made from organic cotton.
Each item we provide for you has been hand-selected from the best raw materials that nature has to offer. Our
primary component, the latex foam we employ, is made from the sap of rubber trees. Its processing employs the
Dunlop technique, which guarantees the latex's integrity and makes it energy-efficient. We avoid using synthetic
adhesives, fillers, or additives that could be harmful, like those found in memory foam and innerspring mattress
products. The cooling and soothing effects of our products can be attained without the use of synthetic
infusions because they are all characteristics of the organic materials we use.
We were born with an ecological mindset. We have received endorsements from a number of environmentalists,
including GOLS, GOTS, Oeko-Tex, eco-INSTITUT, and LGA. The carbon content of
our atmosphere is something we are committed to maintaining. The health of the world is our responsibility, and
if we don't take care of it, we fail ourselves.
It is morally right, in our opinion, to be able to give back to nature what we have taken from it as opposed to
allowing them to prevail and negatively impact it. In light of this, we have joined forces with
American Forests and Trees For The Future, two
nonprofits dedicated to ecosystem restoration. In conjunction with the 'one
order, one tree' campaign, where a tree is planted for every purchase you make, we
have already planted more than 24,000 trees across the US and Africa! Moreover, our products are fully
The Fall Season
What is Fall?
Autumn, better known as "Fall" in American and Canadian English, is a part of the four temperate seasons
summer, fall, and winter). It signals the change from summer to winter. Outside of the tropical
Fall occurs in September (Northern Hemisphere) or March (Southern Hemisphere) and signifies the change from
summer to winter. Thanksgiving and Halloween are both observed during the Fall season in North America.
How is the onset of Fall calculated?
There are two distinct dates that can be used to denote the beginning of Fall in calendars. One is determined by
the axis of the Earth and its orbit around the Sun, and the other is a fixed date that meteorologists use to
determine the regular spacing and duration of the seasons.
There is a 23.5-degree tilt in the Earth's rotational axis with respect to its orbit around the Sun, and this
factor determines the seasons according to the astronomical calendar. Additionally, the Earth's orbit around the
Sun is a factor in both equinoxes and solstices. By this metric, Fall begins in the Northern Hemisphere with the
autumnal equinox that comes between September 21-24. It ends between December 20-23, when the winter solstice
On the other hand, the year is divided into four periods (of three months each) to create the meteorological
seasons. To simplify meteorological forecasting and observing, these seasons are divided to correspond with
Gregorian calendar. This allows us to compare seasonal and monthly statistics.
This definition is used by meteorologists (as well as Australia and the majority of the temperate nations in
southern hemisphere), with Fall being defined as September, October, and November in the northern hemisphere
March, April, and May in the southern hemisphere.
How does nature react to Fall?
The season of autumn is marked by a noticeable reduction in daylight hours and a sharp decline in temperature. Up
until the Winter Solstice in December (Northern Hemisphere) and June (Southern Hemisphere), the day shortens and
the night lengthens, and the air becomes considerably cooler.
The deciduous trees' leaf-shedding is one of the season's defining characteristics. Fall is characterized in many
regions of the world by the gradual, stunning transformation of green foliage into vivid reds, oranges, yellows,
and purples. This happens when the leaves' ability to produce food is halted due to changes in temperature and
the length of daylight. So, when the chlorophyll degrades, the green color of the leaves disappears and is
replaced by hues of yellow to orange that contributes to the beauty of the fall season.
Along with the tree leaves changing color, animals begin preparing for the long months ahead. Animals that
hibernate, such as groundhogs, chipmunks, and bears, gorge themselves on the abundance of berries, apples, nuts,
and seeds in order to store fat that will keep them warm during their protracted winter slumber.
Snakes and other cold-blooded animals cannot keep themselves warm in cold weather, so they are more likely to be
found on roads as they search for caves, hollow logs, burrows, or even basements as a place to hide. During the
winter, snakes prefer to spend more time in their den and are open to sharing accommodations with other species.
Fall is also a moving season for both butterflies and birds. Many species migrate southward to warmer regions.
What is the history of the term?
There are numerous names for this season, depending on where you are. The term "fall" is much more prevalent in
the United States. The terms "fall" and "autumn," however, are equivalent.
These terms, though, have not always been used to describe the transitional season between summer and winter. It
was commonly referred to as "harvest" or, more precisely, "hærfest" in Old English before the 16th century in
England. Between August and November, farmers would harvest their crops in preparation for the upcoming winter.
This action eventually resulted in this name.
The term ”Autumn” seems to have been derived from the Latin word “autumnus.” The word continued to be used after
the Greek era as the Old French word autompne (automne in modern French), or autumpne in Middle English, before
being normalized to the original Latin. There are a few isolated instances of its use from the 12th century in
Medieval times, but by the 16th century, it was widely used. The word's etymology has associations with "the
passing of the year."
During this time, a large number of people were relocating from rural farmland to larger urban areas. The concept
of "harvest" didn't apply to these city dwellers' way of life. Confusions would soon arise given the term’s
double meaning (harvesting crops and the autumnal season). Thus, to mitigate these issues, “autumn” and “fall”
arose to define the season.
Germanic roots can be found in the word "Fall." In Old English, it was “fiæll” or "feallan," both meaning “to
fall from a height.” Originally, it served as a shorthand for the terms "fall of the year" and "fall of the
The English language was brought to the newly established colonies in North America by emigrants from England in
the 17th century. While the word "fall" gradually declined in use in Britain, it rose to prominence in North
Using the word "fall" is a characteristically American and Canadian practice. These months are referred to as
"autumn" in Britain, Australia, and other English-speaking nations.
What comes after Fall?
After fall comes the cold winter. The winter months are the coldest of the year. Seasons are brought on by the
tilt of the Earth's axis. So, when one hemisphere is pointed away from the sun, winter sets in. The Southern
Hemisphere experiences summer during the Northern Hemisphere's winter and vice versa.
Snowfall and below-freezing temperatures are common winter features in many areas. A few animals migrate in the
winter. Animals typically migrate south to warmer climates. Some bird species have adapted to climate change by
beginning to arrive and lay eggs in spring breeding grounds earlier.
Other animals start a period of hibernation in the winter, spending a large portion of the season in a state
close to sleep. Animals might store food to get them through the winter months because many plants die or go
The many associations of Fall
The many themes of Fall, and the general imagery around them, have all been heavily influenced by the fact that
it is primarily the season of harvest. When personified in Western cultures, Fall is depicted as attractive,
healthy women who are adorned with the ripe harvests of that season (fruits, vegetables, and grains).
Similarly, indigenous peoples of the Americas celebrate many festivals connected to the harvest of ripe wild
foods, as do the Chinese during Mid-Autumn or Moon festivals. All of these Autumnal celebrations are marked by a
gladness for the fruits of the earth, along with a certain melancholy for the upcoming winter.
The holiday of Halloween has a long history of association with Fall. Children and adults alike enjoy the
holiday, which falls on October 31st, for its customary themes of dressing up and sharing candy. With promotions
running from late August or early September to October 31, the television, film, book, costume, home décor, and
confectionery industries use this time of year to advertise products that are closely associated with such a
The harvest was also celebrated by the Celtic people during this time with a period of feasting. Halloween
originated from Samhain, a Celtic festival that was observed on November 1 according to modern calendars. The
Celts dressed up in costumes and set bonfires on that day in an effort to fend off ghosts because it was thought
that on that day, the souls of the deceased returned to their homes. Meanwhile, winter was approaching, and
crops were harvested and livestock butchered.
Some of the other notable associations of Fall include - Thanksgiving, "Back to school" promotions, The
of regular seasons on TV stations and networks, Football season (high school, college, and professional
Major League Baseball's championship World Series, and the International Workers' Day.
What is the best month to buy mattresses on sale?
The ideal time to make a mattress purchase is in the month of May. March and April are also great months in this
context. By then, a horde of new mattress models will have taken over the old ones. As March, April, and May
roll in, the older models will be pushed out, and you'll avail some of the best mattress sales.
Where can I find a good mattress for cheap?
Mattresses can be found for cheap in either brick-and-mortar stores or online stores. If you want the best
mattress deals on your select mattress purchases, then it's recommended to wait till the price drops. This can
be achieved on days such as Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Memorial Day and President's Day.
Which is better, a 5-inch or 6-inch mattress?
An extra thick mattress is always preferable, with the ideal thickness falling between 7 and 10 inches. For a
mattress that is between 6-8 inches thick, there will be a few extra inches of comfort layer, giving mattresses
in the 6-inch thickness an added advantage over the 5-inch.
How often should mattresses be replaced?
Replacing a mattress depends on its durability and the amount of comfort it gives you after extended use. 6-8
years is the general period within which a mattress replacement is recommended. But, if your mattress is
performing well, and is still in good condition, then there's no reason to replace it right now other than for
additional comfort or different material.