What is Line&hemp
What is linen

The legend of flax fiber began 38,000 years ago. From Europe to Asia, flax was once a symbol of civilization that attracted people from all over the world. Today, when consumers pay more attention to values such as ethics, responsibility, and wisdom, flax is reborn as it satisfies consumers' ethical, aesthetic and cultural needs in all aspects.
"Either ten thousand years ago or in the future, flax is the teacher of our lives."

With body

With earth

Flax, a natural and friendly natural fiber, has excellent green connotations. The friendliness with the earth is mainly reflected in the life cycle from crops to fabrics. Every purchase of linen products is a vote to protect the earth!
Flax plant is a true champion in ecology and sustainable development
Zero genetically modified organisms (GMO), zero irrigation during the growth process, and a large amount of CO absorption. The planting process rarely requires manual intervention and has the ability to resist insect pests innately. The growth process does not use chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and also has the effect of repairing heavy metals and nuclear contaminated land, which has unparalleled environmental protection value.
• All French people buy a linen shirt instead of a cotton shirt, which saves water equal to the amount of water consumed by the residents of Paris in a year. ——CELC (1 shirt = 13 bottles of water)
•450,000 tons of gas emissions contributing to the greenhouse effect are avoided 50,000 equivalent tons of petrol are economized; 390 tons of phyto-sanitary products are economized
——Source: European Audit Commission, March 2007
• Flax plants have obvious positive effects on diversified agricultural ecosystems and land. Planting flax plants can provide a good "environmental interval".
-"Consultation Report to the European Parliament", Brussels, May 20, 2008
Linen fabric, with the reputation of "lifetime", can be recycled and biodegradable
From plants to fabrics, flax can be used throughout its life cycle, realizing zero waste. Whether it is linen clothing or bedding and other linen fabrics, it can be used for at least 20 years, so it has the reputation of "lifetime" in Europe.
• The mechanical properties of linen yarn and fabric are increased by 20% after being soaked. The durability and high density of the fabric make the service life of linen at least twice that of cotton, and it is stronger after washing, increasing the use of plants and reducing the waste of resources;
• Flax fiber is rich in silicon, which can be effectively antiseptic. The mummies unearthed in Egypt for thousands of years are the best example;
• The test of time brings seductive luster to linen. At the end of its service life, pure flax products can be completely biodegraded and recycled.
"In Antiquity, linen was used to swath newborns but also for burial cloths. It is thus a fabric for life and death, a universal fabric, par excellence."
——Antonio Marras, Kenzo

What is hemp

In the eyes of Western experts, it is known as the "second skin of the human body"; in the long history of the East, it is known as the "source of national textiles and the ancestor of clothing for thousands of years". Today, it is hailed as: the most perfect fiber since the birth of human civilization has become a strong competitor of flax in the future. Whether from the comfort to the human body, the usability, or the various indicators that are beneficial to humans and the earth, hemp has shown unparalleled advantages and has attracted more and more attention in the textile, medical, food, and energy fields.
"Hemp is the most useful, strongest, strongest, and most durable material on your planet. You can't make better clothes, stronger ropes, and more easily harvested pulp materials. You cut hundreds of them every year. Thousands of trees are made into pulp so that you can read in the newspapers how the world’s forests are destroyed. Hemp can supply you with millions of newspapers without cutting a single tree. In fact, hemp can cost a tenth The cost of replacing so many quality materials."
-"Dialogue with God" [America] Neil Donald Walsh

With body / on the human body

Flax is a human-friendly fiber, and hemp seems to be more considerate and delicate. It not only has almost all the human-friendly advantages of flax, but also more importantly: many indicators are better than flax. On the way people are increasingly looking for better fibers, hemp has attracted more and more attention. Well-known brands such as ZARA, Levi’s, MUJI, and H&M have also launched their own comfortable hemp clothing for the spring and summer of 2021 to continuously improve people's lives.

With Earth

Hemp, a precious gift from nature, has been used by mankind for tens of thousands of years. In the long history, from planting to processing, from weaving to life, in every complete life cycle, it shows connection with the natural blood, and caring for Mother Earth in an incomparable way, the cycle goes back and forth.