What kinds of fabric are used for eco friendly clothing?

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    Two types of textiles used for eco-friendly clothing are hemp and bamboo. The reason these two plants are used for clothing and many other eco-friendly products is because of the speed and ease of their growth.

    Some bamboo can grow as much as twelve inches in a day.

    Hemp is also extraordinarily viable as a textile source, it requires far less water than cotton to grow, and can be cultivated in a greater range of climates.

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    Two types of textiles used for eco-friendly clothing are hemp and bamboo. The reason these two plants are used for clothing and many other eco-friendly products is because of the speed and ease of their growth.

    Some bamboo can grow as much as twelve inches in a day.

    Hemp is also extraordinarily viable as a textile source, it requires far less water than cotton to grow, and can be cultivated in a greater range of climates.

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    http://greenanswers.com/q/259052/products-shopping/clothing/what-most-environmentallyhuman-friendly-fabric-used-make-clothin

    There’s a link to a similar question I asked not too long ago and received a different answer to as well as some links worth checking out.  I think hemp and bamboo seem pretty friendly, but I was told that organic cotton is also pretty good, and may be more worker-friendly as well. 

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