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Hemp Fabric

 Hemp fabric decomposes better and doesn’t pollute or clog soil aeration. Burning hemp fabric is simply like burning dried grass. It doesn’t leave any harmful chemicals into the air. Hemp utilizes three times less water, land, insecticides, pesticides and overall budget than cotton. During harvest and retying process, the plant leaves and shredded parts act as manure and improve the soil quality. The deep roots of hemp act as natural soil aerator; they improve soil compaction which prevents soil erosion. Clearly, producing hemp fabric is an environmentally conscious approach.

Hemp Fabric

Hemp fabric is a type of textile that is made using fibers from the stalks of the Cannabis sativa plant. This plant has been recognized as a source of extraordinarily tensile and durable textile fibers for millennia, but the psychoactive qualities of Cannabis sativa have recently made it harder for farmers to produce this immensely beneficial crop.





  • 3x stronger tensile strength than cotton.

  • Resistance to fading and heat by sunlight.

  • Dyes colors are vibrant and long lasting.

  • Can be blended with all natural or synthetic fibers.

  • Insect or mold repellent fabric, no chemicals required.

  • Softness with wash no fiber degradation.

  • Longer lifespan than other natural fabrics.

  • Breathable, ease of cleaning and drying.

  • Highly resistant to UV rays.

  • Low elasticity and resiliency.

  • Bio degradable and recyclable fabric

Hemp Fabric Process

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