by Molly Ridenhour
Posted on Saturday 3rd of October 2009
Organic Kids Clothing for the Growing Kids
Buying organic kids clothing can be the best contribution you can give to our Mother Earth. You will not only feel comfortable knowing that your growing kids are surrounded with pure, safe, and clean fibers but you also help nature by protecting its delicate ecosystem. Aside from helping nature, supporting organic kid clothing is like supporting the farming communities, big or small, all over the world.
The Organic History
It is a proven fact that all natural fibers have been around for thousands of years now. Long before the rise of organic kids clothing, cottons have been in existence four thousand years ago, and from the archaeologists’ view, it has kept humans comfortable in the early years. Even silks are known from history to be the primary choice for making pillows because it was believed to help eliminate headaches, stiff necks, and shoulder pains. For centuries, farming was treated the old, traditional way. Plants grow without any artificial technique employed that is why fibers had no harmful effect to the people and its environment.
The Damaging Effect
It was only after the World War II that people became aware of the damaging effects of chemical toxins from fertilizers and pesticides to agricultural crops. In order to have faster plant growth, farmers opted to use chemicals. The crops did grow faster and healthier but because of these synthetic chemicals, it became a contributory factor to the many causes of global warming.
Organic Fibers for Organic Kid Clothing
In the recent years, organic kids clothing has began to invade the clothing industry. The consumers’ awareness on the effects of artificial chemicals on crops made the demand for organic fibers grow. More and more farmers are into organic farming. By this, they assure the consumers that they raise organic fiber following specific standards. They nurture the soil without using any chemicals like toxic insecticides, fungicides or herbicides. Below are some of the organic fibers that are used in organic kids clothing:
1.Organic cotton is great as healthy clothing. It is the most common crop and can grow in any part of the world. Organic kid clothing made of cotton is the best, in fact they are available in different colors and designs.
2.Organic hemp is finest when spun and woven. It is crisp, fine, and linen-like fabric that is best used as clothing material and other home furnishings.
3.Organic wool has always been considered the miraculous fiber. It has the capacity to maintain a very comfortable temperature irregardless of season. Organic kids clothing made from wool are safe, because it resists bacteria, mildew and mold and is also hypoallergenic.
4.Silk has proven itself for years. They are very soft, warm, and breathable.
Get It Now
For the best organic kids clothing you need, Pure and Honest Kids have a number of branded apparel that you can choose from. Pajamas, dresses, T-shirts, and many more is guaranteed to be made from organic fibers only. No artificial or synthetic chemical used.
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