Hemp is a natural fibre derived from the stems of the flax plant. The hemp fabric has various natural advantages such as keeping you warm in winter, cool in summer and even protecting you from UV rays. The fibre produced from pure hemp is similar to linen in texture.

Process of growing Hemp:

Environmental Impact of Hemp:

  • Returns 60-70% of nutrients to the soil, preventing soil degradation, and maintaining healthy soil for food crops.
  • Hemp requires one-third of the water needed by cotton.
  • Produces higher yields in the same space- in the right conditions, it can produce 8.7 tons from one acre of land.
  • Hemp is naturally resistant to pests, diseases, and fungus, diminishing the use of harsh chemicals.

(source: https://citizentruth.org/understanding-hemp-sustainability-and-its-impact-on-the-environment/)

  • Hemp not only reduces carbon emissions, but it also absorbs CO2, thus reducing global warming. Every ton of hemp eliminates 1.63 tons of carbon.

(source: Hemp Inc)

Some benefits of hemp:

  • Replenishes soil as it grows.
  • Cleanses surrounding air.
  • Prevents deforestation.