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One of the oldest cultivated crops by humanity, hemp gives highest biomass per acre with every part of the plant giving useful ingredients to aid every industry in the world.

Himalayan Hemp Fiber

Characteristics:​

  • 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

Major end uses:

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

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

Himalayan Hemp Hurds

Type

Quarter Inch to 1 inch pieces

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.

Applications:

  • 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 Himalayas. 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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100% Himalayan Hemp

Made in India

Fair Trade

No Harmful Chemicals

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