About Our Products

Hemp fabric is an eco-lover’s dream come true.  Unlike cotton, farming hemp requires no pesticides or herbicides, uses considerably less water and half the land.  Compared to timber, hemp produces about four times more pulp per acre.

Hemp is also one of the strongest natural fibers known to humankind, and it is the first plant to be used to make fabric.  Recently a piece of hemp fabric that dated back 8,000 years was discovered at an archeological site in the Middle East.

Fabric produced from hemp fiber has many, many uses.  Over 23 years ago, Mr. Natural’s Reusable Hemp Coffee Filters & Tea Bags were introduced to the market to demonstrate just one of these uses.  Properly crafted hemp fabric filters are preferred by connoiseurs today for three main reasons: taste, durability and better health.

In fact, one of the very first coffee makers, the Raparlier Vacuum Pot, invented in 1859, called specifically for hemp fabric. Why? Because hemp fabric filters out grounds perfectly, even after daily use, for a clear yet full-flavor cup every time.  Hemp fabric also filters out oils found in coffee that raise levels of harmful cholesterol in the body.

Mr. Natural’s™ Reusable Hemp Coffee Filters & Tea Bags are made with just the right weave for repeated use.  They’re easy to clean (warm water and mild dish soap work just fine), and will last for years.

Available in all standard sizes.

The Rapariler Vacuum Pot, invented in 1859, called specifically for a hemp fabric filter.

The Rapariler Vacuum Pot, invented in 1859, called specifically for a hemp fabric filter.