Hemp, the strongest textile fiber in the
world, has been used extensively throughout
history, from rope to fabrics and to industrial
materials. Because of the fiber’s versatility,
it is increasingly used in a large number of
consumer goods. Hempy™ is one of those
innovative ways to work with the hemp fiber.
HAPPY WITH HEMPY™, NOT HIGH
Cannabis has two species, hemp and marijuana.
Hempy lends its name from the hemp plant, which
does not contain THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol, the
psychoactive constituent of marijuana).
The views on the use of the hemp plant are quickly
changing for the better, seeing as the possibilities
are endless, not only for the textile market, but also
to create a more eco-friendly future.
TRENDING AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
Cannabis stores are trending; they promote
beneficial and soothing hemp balm & oils, cosmetic
capsules, dried flowers and hemp textile accessories.
Cannabis plants produce twice as much fiber as
cotton and use less water and pesticides to grow on
infertile ground. This ecological aspect, decreasing
the ecological footprint, is without a doubt its strong