Linen (Flax) Beauty and Quality from the Heart of Nature!
The Preferred Fabric for Healing, Healthy Living and Well Being
Armani International Home Linens & Sleepwear in Linen
Linen is a prestigious, durable and expensive fiber; it may be the oldest textile material in the world. Linen is the best tissue to tailor Table, Kitchen, Bed Linens and Clothing.
- Durable and Strong Fiber.
- None-allergenic, Antistatic, and Antibacterial. 3. Resistant to damage from abrasion.
- Resists Dirt and Stains.
- Has no lint or piling tendency.
- Machine Washable, Color Fast.
Scientific studies have confirmed, wrapped in Linen it is easier to fall asleep and rest soundly. It reduces fatigue and lifts spirits. In winter Linen protects skin from coldness and during summer helps with perspiration.
A person wearing linen clothes perspires 1.5 times less than when dressed in cotton clothes and twice less than when dressed in viscose clothes.
Wearing linen clothes helps to get rid of some skin diseases - from common rash to chronic eczemas.
Thanks to its structural features, linen is one of the most resistant tissues able to stand the passage of time and usury without altering its shape. Linen doesn't leave residuals and becomes softer and softer with continuous washings.
Flax fabric is an excellent filter protecting against chemical exposure, noise and dust. - Linen clothing reduces solar gamma radiation by almost half thereby protecting humans wearing linen.
Linen is anallergic, doesn't bother the skin and its fibers don't keep filth or soap and limestone residuals. It also resists to ammonia and uric acid that abounds in kids' pee.
Compared to all the other tissues linen is one of the fiber that most respects the environment. Its cultivation preserves the soil while its elaboration doesn't damage the ecosystem. All the products made of linen are biodegradable.
Scientists have discovered that Linen fibers reflect light. The light energy aspect of living organisms has been measured by many individuals within the Scientific community. Nobel prize winning Dr.Otto Heinrich Warburg identified signature frequency numbers of the average human at 70-90. All results with numbers less than 50 were identified as the signature frequency of chronic disease. Any number less than 15 was identified with those having a diagnosed incurable condition such as cancer.
Flax cell is highly compatible with the human cell thereby producing a benevolent effect on the human organism. The human cell is capable to completely dissolve the flax cell. That is why flax fabric appears to be the only natural material applied in surgery for internal sutures;
Linen reduces gamma radiation nearly by half and protects the human organism against solar radiation. Flax fiber from contaminated soils appears not to exhibit even traces of radiation.
Linen does not cause allergic reactions and is helpful in treating a numberof allergic disorders.
Linen is effective in dealing with inflammatory conditions, reducing fever and regulating air ventilation, and is also helpful in the treatment of some neurological ailments.
Linen is highly hygroscopic as it is capable to rapidly absorb and yield moisture. It evaporates water as quickly as the pond surface. It has been established that before giving a feeling of being wet, linen cloth can absorb as much as 20% of its dry weight. That explains why linen cloth always feels fresh and cool;
Linen is renowned for its spectacular durability and long life. The tensile strength of linen thread is twice as high as that of cotton and three times that of wool.
Linen cloth does not accumulate static electricity - even a small addition of flax fibers (up to 10%) to a cloth is enough to eliminate the static.
The very word flax meant "being most useful" in Latin.