Why Buldan Cotton Is So Special?

What Do We Use? 

Buldan cotton! Although it sounds an easy answer, the one most understand the full definition of the word ``cotton`` and its variations. Cotton is a staple fiber, which means it is composed of different, varying lengths of fibers. Cotton is made from the natural fibers of cotton plants, which are from the genus Gossypium. The term ``cotton`` as we know, refers to the part of the cotton plant that grows in the boll—the encasing for the fluffy cotton fibers. Cotton is spun into yarn that is then woven to create a soft, durable fabric.

Origin Of Cotton

The word comes from the Arabic word ``quton`` even though the first production of cotton was in India starting from the fifth millennium BC. With the emergence of industrial revolution countries like United States and Europe was able to increased production of cotton drastically. Eventually this led countries like the United States, China and India to take over the production all around the globe with high-quality cotton production. 

Where Does It Grow? Is It Even Organic?

Cotton grows in nearly all tropical and subtropical regions around the world, including the U.S., China, India, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Brazil, and Turkey.

In order to learn about how much cotton is really organic, read my blog post https://www.chictowels.com/blogread/cotton-organic-versus-conventional-9

It is really eye opening!

But long story short, only 1 % is really organic. 

What Makes Your Cotton Special?

Long and soft fibers make a great cotton. There are 4 different kinds of cotton such as Pima cotton, Egyptian cotton, Upland cotton and Organic Cotton. It is usually super hard to find organic cotton with extra long fibers. Pima cotton is considered the best, but it is not processed organically. 

What makes Buldan Cotton special is its organic production from planting the cotton seed to picking the crop to the processing it in a cotton gin and its long and soft fibers which makes it not just organic, but also Pima quality.