Somersby, Nsw Australia (PressExposure) May 18, 2011 -- Australians now have a chance to own even more products made from the environmentally friendly and incredibly durable fibre known as hemp. Hemp Store (http://www.hempstore.com.au) offers products made from sustainable hemp products that, according to the site, "won't cost the Earth". Recently, the website unveiled a new product line that includes hemp-made clothing, baby skin care products made from hemp, jewellery, books about hemp and more.
Hemp Store offers a listing of the various hemp products on the website's home page. The owners of the Hemp Store are dedicated to increasing awareness of the incredible usefulness of hemp and hemp products. Aside from being remarkably environmentally-friendly, there are also many health benefits to be derived from the wide rate of hemp products available.
Tote bags and carry bags made from hemp are extremely durable and hard-wearing. This makes them ideal for use as laptop carry bags, tote bags, man-bags or even nappy bags.
Hemp Store is proud to soon be releasing hemp clothing, which is hard wearing and made to last. The site also states that hemp clothing offers premium comfort that gets better with every wash.
Natural baby skin care products made from hemp are also set to grace the site. These products consist of hemp oil that helps to nourish a baby's skin naturally and safely.
Hemp rope and twine and even hemp jewellery also comprise the new line-up. There are also hemp accessories. These include hemp-made hats, belts, shoelaces and more. Hemp Store is also set to unveil a line of hemp books that include everything readers have ever wanted or need to know about hemp and the benefits it offers.
In addition to the planned product releases, Hemp Store already offers hemp seed products to enhance good health, natural skincare products made from hemp for adults, hemp bags and more.
In addition to providing sustainable hemp products, Hemp Store also sports a blog where it discusses the latest hemp related news and information. The latest update discusses the Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FNANZ) about the organisation's call to the public to comment on Application A1039 Low THC Hemp as a Food. The blog also provides news about hemp and the history of the durable natural fibre.
To learn more about Hemp Store and to see the full hemp product line, including the descriptions and thumbnail photos of those hemp products coming soon to the site, visit: http://www.hempstore.com.au