NCFI Develops Pillow Designed With CBD to Help Improve Sleep
Foam and boxed bed manufacturer NCFI announced that it is introducing a new pillow featuring a fabric infused with oil from the hemp plant. CBD is widely recognized as being effective in helping to enhance relaxation and sleep.
The BioLux CBD Pillow, priced to retail at $89.99, is molded memory foam with a medium firmness. Covered in a 420 gram circular knit fabric with CBD oil, the pillow is designed to deliver a calming, more restorative sleep. The CBD oil, extracted from cannabis and hemp, is shown to promote relaxation, manage anxiety and pain. The CBD oil used in the pillow is certified to be THC free.
“CBD has such high consumer engagement right now regarding its known benefits, and the conversation continues to get louder. For us, it’s a no brainer for us to be part of that conversation about sleep, rest and recovery,” said Chris Bradley, executive vice president of NCFI’s consumer products division. “Designed to deliver a peaceful night’s sleep by helping eliminate stress, one of the leading contributors to insomnia, the addition of CBD to the BioLux Pillow offers an extra aid in restorative sleep.”
The BioLux CBD Pillow packaging is both retail and e-commerce ready and will be showcased in the NCFI showroom at C-1578 at the Winter Las Vegas Market, Jan. 26-30.
About NCFI: Founded in 1964, Mount Airy, North Carolina-based NCFI, manufactures polyurethane foam chemical systems for spray foam (SPF), geotechnical, agricultural, roofing, marine flotation, packaging, specialty molding, and many other uses. The company also offers a complete line of flexible foams for furniture seating, transportation seating, bedding, carpet underlay, and packaging. NCFI operates manufacturing plants in Dalton, Georgia, and Salt Lake City, Utah. NCFI is part of the Barnhardt Manufacturing Company, Inc. family of companies.For more information, visit www.NCFI.com.
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