Info: 1 Fitted Bed Sheet; Currently Unavailable
Earthing is a relatively new form of therapy that may help diminish the number of free radicals present in your body, and is increasingly used for the treatment of inflammation and other bodily ailments. These fitted sheets are made of natural unbleached cotton and use conductive silver threads to ensure that the effects of either your grounding rod or the grounding port of your household outlet recharge your body while you sleep.
These fitted Earthing Sheets are available in King, Queen, and Full sizes (which have 34 cm of additional depth at each side from the given dimensions, to wrap around and/or under the mattress), or Twin (which has 26 cm of depth per side, of just the cotton material without the conductive silver threads).
- Twin (54" x 75" / 140 x 190 cm)
- Full (54" x 75" / 140 x 190 cm)
- Queen (60" x 80" / 152 x 203 cm)
- King (76" x 80" / 193 x 203 cm)
These sheets all include a ground wire plug, for use in the round slot of a standard three-prong (grounded) electrical outlet (as shown in the final photo). If yours gets lost or damaged, Replacement Earthing Connection Cords are also available.
Place your Earthing Sheet over your mattress, and pull / stretch / push down its edges over the side of the mattress as you would with other types of fitted bottom sheets. Then snap the smaller end of the included grounding cord onto the connecting tab on the sheet, and insert the end of into one of the round holes of a grounded wall outlet, if there is an operational one in your bedroom. (Or use an Earthing Rod / Grounding Wire, if there is not.) To receive the Earth’s energy, ensure that at least some of your bare skin makes direct contact with the sheet while you are sleeping (i.e., don't wear full pajamas plus socks - have bare arms or feet, at a minimum).
These natural unbleached cotton sheets are machine washable on the Gentle cycle, and should be done in WARM water, at least twice a month* to ensure your natural skin oils etc. will get removed from the silver threads to keep them conductive. (*Or even daily, if you are experiencing heavy night sweats or have a fever, for example.)
Use a mild liquid laundry detergent -- but about half as much as you might use for other types of comparable loads, and do not pour the detergent directly on the sheet (either add it to the water before loading the sheets, if it's an older style machine where you add the soap directly into the washing, or use the tray dispenser which automatically mixes it with water, on a newer machine).
Do NOT dry clean, or use: bleach; whitening or oxidizing agents (such as Oxi-Clean); fabric softener; or detergents containing Essential Oils; as these can all impair the conductivity of the silver threads. (Similarly, do not apply lotions or essential oils on yourself within an hour of going to bed, or if you do, you should wash your sheet more frequently.)
If the sheet get stained, use hydrogen peroxide as a spot treatment to remove it prior to washing: just pour or spray a little hydrogen peroxide onto the area; let it soak in; then dab the stain away with a clean cloth or towel; and wash the after, as usual.
Hanging it on a line to dry would be best, but it can also go in a dryer, on low; do not use dryer sheets.
Ironing is not really recommended, but you could do so, using low heat only.
It is recommended that you disconnect your earthing devices and don't use them during electrical storms. Be sure that your grounding sheets don't come in contact with body creams and oils, which can reduce conductivity.