Bedtime Bulb


Bedtime Bulb is a flicker-free light bulb designed for use in the evening to promote quality sleep. Bright enough for reading, it is meant to be used in the last one to three hours of the day; before drifting off.

Compared to most modern lighting, Bedtime Bulb emits less than one-half the blue and green light, which has been shown to disrupt the body clock. It should be used in addition to dimming electronic screens or reducing evening screen time.

The Bedtime Bulb eliminates flicker; a rapid, usually invisible flashing of lighting that can contribute to headaches and eyestrain. They produce high quality, vivid colors, making your evening environment look beautiful. Designed to minimize environmental impact, the Bedtime Bulb is projected to last up to twenty-two years (!) while only consuming four-to-six watts of power, and it is covered by a five-year warranty.

 BB01 replaces most 40W and 60W bulbs. 

BB02 replaces most candelabra bulbs.

The ALMANAC is a private Lady Farmer Community, created exclusively for members.

Inside The ALMANAC, your gift recipient will join a growing community of people who are seeking a slower, more sustainable lifestyle, guided by simplicity, beauty, and connection with the natural world. Hosted by Lady Farmer and led by the rhythms of the seasons, this is a space for us to come together in an exploration of the life-changing paradigm shift of slowing down. Here they will find workshops, articles, activities, recipes, essays, music, and much more on topics such as sustainable food, clothing, the arts of making, and the power of our daily consumer choices. They will join in on member-exclusive events such as themed virtual monthly gatherings and quarterly book club meetings, where they can connect, share with and learn from fellow ALMANAC members on their slow living journey.

Lady Farmer was formed in response to the growing movement of women who identify with nature and its cycles, simple comforts, tradition and sustainability. It has been such a wonderful journey as the Lady Farmer community grows each year with more and more people seeking a slower, more intentional way of life.

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