HEMP is a very eco-friendly since it is harvested without the use of fertilizers and pesticides.
Since hemp is a distinct variety of the cannabis sativa plant family, it is frequently confused with marijuana. Although both plants are from the same species of cannabis, hemp contains virtually no THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), the active ingredient in marijuana. Hemp roots anchor and protect soil by growing more than three feet deep into the ground, retaining the moisture and protecting the run offs, similar to the forests.
Hemp fiber was widely used throughout history. Hemp was often used to make sail canvas: in fact the word “canvas” derives from “cannabis”. Pure hemp has a texture which is similar to linen. Hemp story dates back to more than 10,000 years ago with as many and diversified uses as paper making, cloth weaving, wood boards and extracted oils used for medicinal & skin care uses. Due to the porous nature of the fiber, hemp is more water absorbent, and will retain its colour better than any fabric, including cotton. This porous nature allows hemp to “breathe,” so that it stays cool in warm weather. Furthermore, air which is trapped in the fibers is warmed by the body, making hemp garments naturally warm in cooler weather. The more hemp is used, the softer it gets. Hemp doesn’t wear out, it wears in. Hemp is also naturally resistant to mold and ultraviolet light.
- Green& Biodegradable
- Breathable and Cool
- Strong, warm, and long wearing
- Hemp clothing warms you up when you need it and keeps you cool when you’re hot
- Radiating for Infrared Rays
- Controls Temperature and Humidity with Superior insulation properties
- Shirt – skirt – dress and suit
- Home textile and upholstery fabric