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Hemp vs. Cotton: Which is Better for the Planet?

Hemp vs. Cotton: Which is Better for the Planet?

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Hemp fiber predates cotton by several centuries. Just because we are using mostly cotton now doesn’t mean that it is the superior textile for clothing. Hemp fiber is actually more durable, and doesn’t wear out like its cotton counterpart. Another interesting aspect of hemp fiber is that it is incredibly durable, and archeologists have actually…

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The Environmental Impact of Cotton Production: A Case for Organic Cotton and Organic Hemp

The Environmental Impact of Cotton Production: A Case for Organic Cotton and Organic Hemp

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Aside from things we grow to feed ourselves, one of our most intensively farmed crops is the humble cotton plant, producing around 25 million tonnes of cotton every single year. Production of cotton is limited to a few big producers, with China, Brazil, India, Pakistan, Uzbekistan and the USA accounting for over 80% of the…

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Choose Hemp Clothing For Health

Choose Hemp Clothing For Health

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You no longer have to worry about hemp clothing being boring and rough because it is now fast becoming one of the top eco materials and is being styled into fashionable modern clothing available in a vast array of colours and textures. But why would we want to wear hemp clothing? Well some would say…

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Can Hemp Replace Synthetic Materials?

Can Hemp Replace Synthetic Materials?

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Changes in the environment and advanced technology have given rise to the use of synthetic fiber for different reasons. There are obvious economic reasons why synthetic fiber has become popular. Synthetic fiber is affordable and can be mass produced. It’s also easy to customize synthetic fiber, and this is something that sets it apart from…

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Why Hemp Should Replace Cotton As Soon As Possible

Why Hemp Should Replace Cotton As Soon As Possible

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Cotton is usually the main source of material for bags, apparel, towels, sheets, and pretty much all kinds of products that are made of fabric. In fact, almost half of all the textiles in the world are made from cotton. But what many people don’t know is that producing cotton has a negative impact on…

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Why You Should Switch to Hemp Underwear Immediately

Why You Should Switch to Hemp Underwear Immediately

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100% cotton is no doubt one of the best materials for underwear. This natural material helps to wick moisture away from the skin, which prevents the growth of bacteria and yeast. But there’s now an even better option and that’s hemp. The hemp underwear can do what the cotton underwear can do, but in a…

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