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Positively Diverse with Joti Gata Aura

Laura Bossom talks more about the products in her wonderful ethical company, Cultiva Kingdom, and the benefits of using hemp over other products. Do you believe in natural ingredients for the body? Cultiva’s product features include CBD All Purpose Balm, Massage Oil and Beard Oil. The reasoning behind using CBD cosmetics and hemp oil for the skin is explained.  Positively Diverse was founded by Joti Gata Aura to champion better representation in the media for those with visible differences and disabilities. It aims to help the next generation celebrate their individuality and accept their differences. Positively Diverse is working to create a more diverse and inclusive society by building a community to represent more diversity and a better understanding of...

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Sustainable Fashion Ted Talk

We were lucky enough to be invited to speak about climate change and sustainable fashion solutions with hemp as a part of the TEDx campaign Countdown. The campaign is encouraging the sharing of knowledge and experiences to raise more awareness about environmental issues to combat the climate disaster that we are facing.

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A Story of Hemp Textiles

Hemp textiles have been used in history for centuries. It is thought that hemp was one of the earliest cultivated plants for textile fibre known to humanity. Historians believed that this plant was used in Europe in approximately 1,200 BC. After then, it spread throughout the ancient world. A few examples from early discoveries includes hemp cloth from ancient Mesopotamia found from 8,000 BC., the Chinese work of the Sung dynasty produced by Lu Shi in 500 AD and Emperor Shen Nung who lived the the 28th century BC who was also thought to have taught his people to cultivate hemp for cloth.  When it comes to the British history, in 1535 Henry VIII passed an act condemning all landowners to sow 1/4 of an acre, or they...

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Extinction Rebellion Hits London Fashion Week

With climate unrest, extinction rebellion called out for the fashion industry to change its ways. On 13th Friday September, we saw many protesters dressed in white stood at the doors as London Fashion Week opened for another season. 

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