The beauty of hemp sheets is that they work with the temperature of your body, so you can get a restful night’s sleep without feeling miserable during the night.
material is porous and wicks away the moisture so it keeps you refreshingly
cool and dry.
Rawganique’s Hemp Sheets are handcrafted without using chemicals to stabilize the organic fabric.
These soft and cozy sheets are handmade in the USA and Europe.
These are the sheets for you. Being an allergy sufferer myself, I know exactly how draining that can be.
Hemp is naturally hypoallergenic and has natural antiviral and antibacterial properties, making it the perfect choice for allergy and asthma sufferers.
The difference with hemp sheets compared to other sheets is off the chart.
These 100% Hemp Sheets from Dash Hemp Santa Cruz have changed my life. I don’t wake up with a stuffy nose every morning anymore and I get a good night’s sleep.
Do you suffer from eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, are chemically sensitive, have had chemotherapy or just plain hate chemicals?
Some of us spend at least 5 hours a day in bed and some of us spend more, like myself.
But even 5 hours a day is enough if you are sleeping on sheets with toxins.
It is a fact that toxins and chemicals laid next to the skin absorb right into your body.
Hemp doesn’t need any herbicides, pesticides or fertilizers to grow. These organic sheets are also free from resins, irritating dyes and formaldehyde.
Hemp is also known for being super strong and durable, with 4 times the durability and 8 times the tensile strength over cotton.
One other unique quality of hemp is that it gets softer every single time you wash it. After just a couple washings, they are as soft and cozy as flannel.
Now doesn’t that just make you want to grab yourself a nice cup of hemp tea or hemp coffee and snuggle into bed with a good book?
You can wash hemp sheets regularly, just like normal. This material can withstand any temperature, but cold to warm water is recommended.
You can also use your choice of laundry soap. Fabric softener is not needed, since it softens with every wash. Do avoid using any bleach products though.
Since hemp is naturally porous, it causes the fabric to dry much quicker. You can either hang them out to dry or tumble dry them on a low temperature.
If you are one that irons your sheets, just remember that it is best to iron hemp sheets while damp.
Hemp Wears In, Not Out!