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Hemp Rogan Designer Shirt

100% Hemp

Size: S, M and L

Options: Sleeveless, half sleeve and full sleeve

  • Anti-bacterial

  • UV-resistant

  • Rash-resistant

  • Pesticide-free

  • No sweat marks under armpits

Hemp fabrics are durable, comfortable, yet still extremely stylish eco-fashion. Today it is similar to linen and can be used to make anything that is made out of cotton. The fabric is porous and thus retains colour and is very breathable. Hemp clothing is highly durable and does not lose its shape easily. The fact that it is anti-bacterial and blocks ultraviolet rays doesn't hurt. Turning to hemp clothing is a big step you can take as a conscious consumer and will go a long way in saving our planet's resources.

Rogan means - “Oil-Based”. Rogan painting is delicate and precisely painted from one’s own imagination in a time-consuming process. It requires not only skill but patience, concentration, a sense of proportion, anaesthetic appreciation and not to mention visual co-ordination. First, the rogan to be prepared by heating castor oil to boiling point over three days, cooling it and then as it thickens, mixing in appropriate amounts of colors. The pastes of yellow, red, white, green, black, and orange are kept in earthen pots with water to keep them moist. A thin rod, flat at both ends, is used to paint.

Himalayan Hemp Fiber


  • Three times stronger than cotton

  • Good abrasion resistance/very durable

  • Anti-microbial and UV resistance

  • Naturally resistant to mold, mildew, rot

  • Readily takes dyes

  • Softens with each washing, without fiber degradation

  • Breathable

  • Washable or dry cleanable

  • Wrinkles easily/poor resiliency

  • Poor drapeability

  • Not as soft as other fibers


  • Apparel - dresses, suits, separates, skirts, jackets, pants, blouses, shirts, childrenswear.

  • Home Fashions - curtains, draperies, upholstery, bedspreads, table linens, sheets, dish towels.

Himalayan Hemp Protein powder

100% Raw organic, high in protein, pesticide-free and GMO-free

Hemp Protein Powder dissolves easily and has a mild taste, making it a wonderful addition to your smoothie or shake. It can also be added to baked goods, pancakes and hot cereals for a boost of protein, fiber and iron.

Himalayan Hemp Seed oil

100% Raw organic, high in protein, pesticide-free and GMO-free

One tablespoon of Hemp Oil (15 ml) provides:

  • 5 g of omega-3 and omega-6

  • 10% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin E

  • Zero trans fat

  • Zero cholesterol

Hemp Oil has a light, nutty taste and can be used in a wide range of applications including sauces, dips, marinades and salad dressings.

Himalayan Hemp Seeds

100% Raw organic, high in protein, pesticide-free and GMO-free


According to the USDA National Nutrient Database, a 2 tablespoon serving of hemp seeds weighing 20 grams (g) contains:

  • 111 calories

  • 6.31 g of protein

  • 9.75 g of fat

  • 1.73 g of carbohydrates (including 0.8 g of fiber and 0.3 g of sugar)

  • 14 milligrams (mg) of calcium

  • 1.59 mg of iron

  • 140 mg of magnesium

  • 330 mg of phosphorus

  • 240 mg of potassium

  • 1.98 mg of zinc

  • 22 micrograms (mcg) of folate

Hemp seeds also provide vitamin C, some B vitamins, and vitamins A and E.

Ways to eat hemp seeds

Hemp seeds can be eaten in so many ways. It just literally depends on your creativity.

Here are a few common ways to eat them:

  • Eating raw as a snack.

  • Mixing into the smoothie.

  • Sprinkling a pinch on top of cereal, salads, yogurt, or even oatmeal.

  • Use hemp hearts instead of breadcrumbs to coat chicken or fish.

  • Blending with water to make hemp seed milk.

  • Grounding hemp seed to use it as a condiment.

  • Toast the hemp seeds and enjoy them like popcorn.

Himalayan Hemp Hurds

Hemp hurds are also known as hemp "shives" or hemp "core" fiber. This is the woody, inner part of the hemp stalk which is left over when the bark fiber is removed. The inner fibers of hemp are more woody, and are more often used in non-woven items and other industrial applications. These fibers look like wood chips, but are much lighter and more absorbent.

Material: 100% Hemp
Origin: Himalayan
Type: Hemp Hurds (Smaller Pieces) about Quarter Inch to 1 inch pieces


    • Animal bedding for both horses and small mammals

    • Mulch for gardens and planters, trees, etc.

    • Stuffing for meditation cushions

    • Children's "Sandboxes"

    • They are also used in the construction for such diverse products as composite panels (hempboard) as well as a type of cement (hempcrete).

Himalayan Hemp Stalks

These are 100% whole hemp stalks straight from the fields of Colorado. They have been dried and put into a bale. Hemp stalks are used for their fiber and may be further separated by decortication which removes the bark fiber from the core fiber. Hemp stalks can be used for their fiber, decoration, construction materials, and paper.

The hemp stalk is possibly the most well-known component of the plant, as its primary- and secondary fibres are commonly used in textile production (clothing, upholstery and household goods), plus construction materials, paper and plastics. The woody core of the stalk (known as the herds or shives) is the bundle of cellulose-laden short fibres, which can be mixed with hydraulic lime to build walls and floors.

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