Made in America using 60% Hemp 40% Organic Cotton with a Water based Ink. This Unisex t-shirt includes the full color version of our “Plant of Life” design. It is Sustainable, Environmentally friendly. Silky soft and it has a great great drape.
- Set on rib collar
- Double needle sleeve hem & bottom hem
- Tape shoulder to shoulder
- Side seamed
- Satin lab
NOTE: With the organic yarns, there will be small striations of the natural fibers within the fabric. This is an inherent trait of the fabric. This makes it difficult to get consistent lots of fabric and there may be some slight color imperfections especially for the lighter shades.
MADE IN: USA
Medium 38″-40″ 32″-34″
Large 42″-44″ 36″-38″
X-Large 46″-48″ 40″-42″
XX-Large 50″-52″ 44″-46″
With the “Plant of Life” design, we’re fusing together two symbols of health and strength – the Tree of Life and the Cannabis plant.
Although there are many interpretations to the exact meaning of the “Tree of Life”, its origins can be traced back to the oldest civilizations in the world. One interpretation is that it is a symbol of a fresh start on life, positive energy, good health and a bright future. A symbol of immortality. A tree grows old, yet it bears seeds that contain its very essence and in this way, the tree becomes immortal. A symbol of growth and strength.
The history of Cannabis can be traced back as early as 4000 B.C. in China. It has been mentioned in different contexts in several ancient texts. It was grown all over the world and valued for its medicinal benefits. Once its many properties were discovered, it was treated as a precious substance and even given importance in religious ceremonies. Some traces of Hemp have even been found in Roman structures. The Hemp plant has also shown to be a worthy replacement for tree-based products like cotton fiber, paper, fiberboard and an eco-friendly alternative to plastic and fuel. While the Cannabis plant is also known for countless medical benefits that we are still discovering today, these many benefits truly make it a “Plant of Life”.