Hemp also has the opportunity to improve environmental conditions as well as practices in the fashion and textile manufacturing world. 

We’ve heard a lot lately about hemp-based CBD and its alleged medical benefits.

But hemp also has a long history in textiles and fabric, and it is currently receiving another look due to the growing interest in all things cannabis – along with loosening laws that allow for its cultivation.

Hemp fabric is antimicrobial, antibacterial, hypo-allergenic, thermo-regulating, naturally pest-resistant and UV-resistant, leading some to call it the hero of natural fabrics.

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Taryn Mickelson ~ Spokesman-Review

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