Hemp Fabrics

Hemp Clothing

People only know that Hemp is the common name for the cannabis plant. It is used for making paper, biodegradable plastic, healthy food, and fuel but have you ever heard about hemp clothing? Yes, you heard right. Help is also used in making clothes.

Rather than being a highly sustainable crop, it will fertilize the soil without caring. However, the hemp fabric happens to be efficient, durable, and long-lasting. The hemp clothes are comfortable and suitable for soft skin. 

The hemp crop is not suitable for human beings but also for the environment. The plant has its significance in the world of fashion also. 

Some are excellent benefits and uses of using Hemp in the form of clothes:

  1. Uses less Water

The cotton crop requires more water and heavy irrigation that also impacts our resources like water. However, the hemp crop does not require that much water and it can grow well without requiring heavy irrigation. The consumption of water in Hemp is less in comparison with other crops. The use of help cloth is the best way to save water.

Moreover, the reduction of chemicals also avoids soil erosion due to logging. This action will save the water bodies from being polluted.

  1. Antimicrobial properties

Besides its durable feature, the hemp fabric also helps fight against microbes. The hemp clothing helps you if your sweat is of bad quality. It also prevents the growth of bad odor bacteria in your body.

The fiber has unique antimicrobial properties that make the cloth durable, like cotton, polyester, etc. The significant factor of hemp clothing is that it does not distort even after many washes and uses.

  1. Helps Environment by Emission of Carbon

Global warming is the primary reason for the polluted environment. However, the fashion industry has also contributed to this effect. Currently, clothes are rapidly produced, and quick clothing disposal will enhance the carbon footprint.  

Hence switching to hemp clothing means producing more hemp plants that will ultimately reduce the carbon footprint from the environment at face speed. 

  1. Soil Loves Hemp

The hemp plant can quickly grow in soil, and it also does not reduce its properties and restore its nutrients to the soil. The farmers can regrow the Hemp on the same soil and plant with the crop rotation process. It does not require any chemicals for cultivation as its leaf shedding provides the soil with appropriate fertilization as it is organically resistant. 

  1. Saves Skin from UV Rays

The hemp clothes are tightly woven so no UV rays can damage your skin, and they can’t cross the material you wear. Overexposure to rays can cause skin cancer and many other skin-related issues. Hemp clothing is excellent for your new fashion style due to its natural origins. The cloth ensures that it is hypoallergenic and suitable for each skin type. The dress is also ideal for outdoor activities. 

  1. Lightweight and Breathable Fabric

The fabric-like nylon and polyester are not breathable. Those who wear these clothes regularly have a bad odor problem. However, the natural fabric allows the skin to breathe. The hemp fabric is lightweight and does not cling to the skin. 

Facts about Hemp Clothing

  • Retains colors better than any other fabric
  • Hemp is harvested by hand, so it also employs the people.
  • It is illegal to produce Hemp in the US but not import it.
  • Never depletes soil nutrients
  • Solid fabric
  • Softness with time
  • Naturally biodegradable


Hemp is considered a magic crop, and it can change the world. Not in the aspect of clothing but also beneficial for the planet. That’s why it is worth investing and switching towards using Hemp from traditional crops of apparel.

By Jaspreet Singh

Jaspreet Singh is the CEO & Founder of Hemp in India. With Hemp in India, he has taken an initiative to Educate-Cultivate-Elevate the significance of the magical plant ‘Hemp’. Driven with the aim to save mother Earth, he is on a mission to redefine the future of Indian agriculture & create a pathway for sustainable living with the power of wonder crop Hemp.
He is actively involved in educating the benefits of industrial hemp to society and assisting farmers in discovering the best practices of cultivating hemp.

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