Hemp fiber is one of the longest lasting, strongest and softest fibers in the plant world, and humans discovered centuries ago how to make yarn, rope, and fabrics from it. The cultivation of hemp allowed that garments made from animal skins could be exchanged for cloth clothes.

Hemp thread is not only extremely versatile, but it can be as strong as an anchor rope and as smooth as silk. As if all this were not enough, growing hemp also has benefits for the environment such as protecting the soil against erosion. It does not need chemical products for its growth and care and, being a substitute for wood, it avoids deforestation.