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Hemp comes from the Cannabis sativa plant, yes the same plant you are thinking of. Cannabis plants require low water and resources, and have been used to make clothing textiles for centuries.

Hemp is a high-yielding crop, meaning it produces lots of product on a small amount of land. It doesn’t require any chemical pesticides, so it doesn't harm its environment. In fact, it actually helps replenish soil nutrients, regenerating soil, and removing it of toxins.

On top of that, hemp essentially absorbs more CO2 from the atmosphere than forests, which is why industrial hemp farms are what's called a “carbon sink”.

Hemp has various natural advantages such as keeping you warm in winter, cool in summer and even protecting you from UV rays. Additionally, it's resistant to harmful microbes, mold, and mildew, which means hemp garments won’t smell bad, even after multiple days of wear. On top of that, it's extremely durable, so it can last for ages in your closet.


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