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Ask someone, today, where they buy their groceries from and anyone who has ever been to an organic food store would cite the name of it. Ask someone what baby care products they use for their new born and it’d be the latest brand of organic baby oil. Recent times have seen a heightened sense of responsibility towards one’s environment as well as one’s own body.
Throughout the last decade, the general populace has begun to embrace the chemical-free, organic way, whether its in respect to what food they put in their body or what products they use on their hair and skin. People have realized that traditional food contains pesticides, harmful hormones and toxins, which lead to halt in growth and often times, bad health. The need for cleaner and more nutritional food has been felt which explains the surge in sales in the organic sections of major grocery stores, over the past few years.
In fact, another trend that is apparent apart from the shift to organic products is the will to shift to a healthier lifestyle in general. Traditional high-calorie, and fat-rich snacks such as puris and samosas and even processed and packaged products like noodles and pasta, have, to a large extent been replaced by healthier alternatives such as oatmeal and fruit salads.
By definition, an organic product contains no chemicals. Khadi is exactly that. It is a completely organic product, hand-spun or hand-woven by artisans in rural India. Check out our Gotta Patti Tunics Kurta in Khadi . https://iwearkhadi.in/collections/trending
Made by real people and not machines, everything from the making of the spindles to packaging of the apparel is done by hand and with lots of love.
NO CHEMICALS USED
Unlike machine-made, industrial fabric, no chemicals are used in the making of khadi, and hence it is mild and gentle on skin, suitable for all age-groups. The dyes used in the dyeing process are organic vegetable dyes, keeping it natural all-throughout the process.
Khadi is known to have the lowest carbon footprint, making it an eco-friendly and sustainable fabric.
KHADI SAVES WATER
One metre khadi fabric consumes just around 3 litres of water in its production, in contrast to the 55 litres consumed in a conventional textile mill, further adding to its being a sustainable fabric.
These are just a few reasons why we call khadi the future fabric. Not only does it care about our environment, but also about our health and our weavers and spinners, whose livelihood is supported by the sale of this humble fabric.
So, the next time you go out jogging before having your healthy organic meal, make sure you’re wearing khadi.
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