The Hemp Difference

Hemp is sustainable and naturally organic

Hemp is one of the most sustainable crops on the planet. When compared to cotton:

- Hemp uses just 1/3 of the amount of water

- Hemp not only grows faster, but one acre of hemp produces 3x more fiber than one acre of cotton

- It requires no pesticides, insecticides, or fertilizers, making it naturally organic.

Hemp fabric is antibacterial, antimicrobial, and hypoallergenic

Hemp is a natural fabric known for its strength and durability. It holds its shape, retains its color and is naturally resistant to mold, bacteria, and odor.

This actually allows for more time in between washes (which is better for the environment!), so if you skip a week of washing, don't sweat it!

We also sell eco-wool dryer balls, which are a natural and sustainable upgrade to conventional dryer sheets and fabric softeners.

Our 100% hemp bedding is thermoregulating, breathable, and moisture-wicking

Hemp fabric helps regulate your body temperature when sleeping; it keeps you warm when cool and cool when warm.

It's also extremely breathable and moisture-wicking. For those who frequently "sweat the bed", this a dream. No more waking up in pools of sweat here!

Hemp is a bio-accumulator

Hemp’s roots draw out heavy metals and toxins, absorb carbon dioxide, and return significant amounts of nutrients. This prevents soil pollution and keeps our land healthier for longer periods of time. In fact, hemp was even planted at Chernobyl with hopes to remedy the polluted soil and water.

On the other hand, cotton harms and deteriorates the soil.

Make the switch to hemp today.

It's better for the planet and better for your sleep.