When it comes to healing which clothing material is best for healing?? Did you know that they used to put linen sheets on the hospital bed so people would heal faster? Did you know wool clothing can easily heal common skin conditions?
Linen (5000) is hypoallergenic, antibacterial and anti fungal. Until recently it has always been used for sutures and bandages. It breathes. It keeps the body cooler in hot temperatures and warmer in cold. Linen can absorb moisture up to 20% without feeling damp. It resists dirt and stains. Linen reduces the effects of chemical exposure, can cut down noise (linen curtains and drapes) and dust.
Wool contains 100% natural lanolin. Using natural lanolin from its original source is the best way to heal inflammation. Which skips the chemicals come with processed anti-inflammatory creams.
Other healing clothing materials include: Organic cotton & Leather. These types of clothes do not hold an electrical charge, they are derived from nature, and help preserve our skin health.
Since a lot of big names are swapping to cheaper materials. Here is a list of materials to avoid:
Polyester, Nylon, Rayon, and Polyurethane. This style of clothing is derived primarily from petroleum and plastic material. The plastic material irritates our skin and causes allergic reactions. When these materials are washed they break down and pollute our public water supply.
Bamboo or Silk is heavily sprayed with pesticides and usually mixed 50/50 with polyester or other forms of plastic.
PS. This is also goes for bedsheets. If your sheets are made from synthetic materials you are gathering static charges in the bedroom which would result in restless leg syndrome, sleepless nights, and or hair-loss.