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SustainabilityHemp is as eco-friendly as fibers come. It grows like a weed, hence it’s nickname, which means it has the ability to repel inspects without pesticides or fungicides.It requires a fraction of the amounts of water as cotton and produces up to 600% more fiber than flax (linen) on the same amount of land. Hemp is carbon negative& absorbs more CO2 from the environment than most plants and trees. It cleans upsoil pollution by absorbing toxins from the earth and is biodegradable. While hempis one of the most durable fibers, it’s good to know that at the end of it’s life it won’t end up in a landfill like all of those other chemically treated, poor quality sheets. Benefits of HempHemp is natural, non-toxic and breathable. It’s antibacterial and hypoallergenic properties help our sheets stay cleaner longer and are perfectly suited for senstive skin. Hemp is naturally thermoregulating which means it helps you maintain your natural body termperature, keeping you cool when it’s warm and warm when it’s cool. Did we mention it’s also odor and mildew resistant? This is a big one for the pet lovers that swore they’d never let their dogs in bed or those who tend to forget their sheets in the wash for a day or two. Lastly, it’s known for it’s durability, which means it’ll last you years, continuing to get better with time.