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                                                         Hemp Clothing
Hemp has been used for at least 12,000 years for the creation of many types of    fibers.

  Hemp can be made in to a variety of fabrics for clothing.  Hemp fabric is more   ideal than what we use today for clothing because hemp fibers are longer,   stronger, more absorbent and more mildew-resistant than cotton.

  The fabric industry uses a male strain of cannabis Sativa, which contains an
  extremely low  THC content.  Fabrics made of at least one-half hemp block the   sun's UV rays more effectively than   other fabrics.

  In the past Hemp played a very important role in the development of sails and   ropes, in fact, the word   “canvass” derives from the word “cannabis”.

  George Washington and Thomas Jefferson both grew hemp, and Ben Franklin   owned a mill that made   hemp paper.

  Once again hemp takes top spot for providing humans with the highest quality   clothing in the most   efficient manner.

                      "Make the most you can of the Indian Hemp seed and sow it everywhere."
                                                                  - George Washington

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