Organic Textiles



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Organic Textiles are textile plants which are grown without the use of pesticides. The seeds which are used for the production of organic textiles are natural barring any genetic modification. Jute, cotton, ramie, wool or silk are mainly grown as organic textiles.


The production of cotton fibers demands a lot of pesticides as compared to any other crop. Cotton production accounts to a total of about 25% pesticides in the world. Chemicals are also used during the processing of the fibers which further add to the pollution. Organic cotton is grown using methods that have been approved by the standards. It minimizes soil and water pollution and in the process also replenishes the fertility of the soil. There is no use of harmful fertilizers or pesticides and third party authentication is used to make sure that strict norms are followed to check any unfair practices.


Organic textiles use crop rotation technique as opposed to traditional methods which cause soil exhaustion eventually making the soil infertile. Crop rotation lets the soil recover its fertility thereby preventing barren lands caused due to excessive agriculture. Organic textiles have very less impact on the environment but they cost more to the producers. Consumers globally have become aware of the impact caused due to various textile processing techniques. More and more people have started preferring eco-friendly fabrics over the regular ones.

India is one of the largest producers of organic textiles. The bulk of fibers produced here is being imported by premium brands of Europe and other foreign places. Each nation has certain set standards for checking the quality aspects of the textiles.

One such source for getting excellent quality material is It is an online store where you can find many organic products. It is a trusted website that sources quality products from reliable sources in India and sells them in bulk.



Benefits of Organic Textiles


Organic clothing is free from allergens and other irritants giving a comfy feel to its wearer. The production also involves lesser usage of water and electricity and also has a lower carbon footprint. It also makes sure that the health of the workers is not put at risk. These clothes are free from chemical treatments and use organic dyes to give different shades to the fabric which means absolutely no contaminants involved.


~Aaliya Khan






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