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  1. Hemp And Organic Cotton Blends

    Hemp, as a fabric, does not often receive due consideration due to its relation to the Cannabis Sativa plant it is obtained from. Industrial hemp is an often misunderstood crop because it shares the same plant family as marijuana. However, hemp and marijuana are two completely different plant varieties with different uses and features.
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  2. Hemp 1

    Hemp, as a fabric, does not often receive due consideration due to its relation to the Cannabis Sativa plant it is obtained from. Industrial hemp is an often misunderstood crop because it shares the same plant family as marijuana.
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  3. Nettle

    Nettle fabric is made from the Stinging Nettle plant and like hemp has many environmental benefits. It has been used to produce garments and other products for over 2000 years. We’re conditioned to avoid nettles owing to their painful sting, but once cut and dehydrated, the plant loses its venom and can be processed into fine, and anti bacterial fabric.
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  4. Banana Fibre

    In India, approximately 5 lakh tonnes of banana trunks are discarded every year. Manufacturers across the country are waking up to the possibilities this waste presents.
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  5. Recycled Cotton

    Recycled cotton is fabric that is made from used, and re-manufactured components. Textile waste is run through a machine to reduce the cloth to cotton fibre, then the fibre is woven to make a new fabric. This material is also known as regenerated or reclaimed cotton. This fabric is made from textile waste generated by manufacturers and garment waste generated by users who discard clothing items.
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