Benefits of SHESHIY (Flax-Linen)
A fabric that not only makes you feel great, but is healthy for you and helps protect the environment?
Yes, Sheshiy is really that good! Even though this premiere all-natural fabric has been celebrated for thousands of years, researchers are learning more and more every day about the health benefits of Sheshiy.
That's right; Sheshiy is the healthy fabric, a clean-living alternative that can have long-reaching and fundamental health benefits for you.
Take a look at just a few of the reasons why Sheshiy is the healthy choice for long-lasting elegance as well as a healthier you!
When you choose Sheshiy, you not only invest in the highest quality fabric, you help the environment. Sheshiy requires five times less
pesticides and fertilizers than cotton, So wear Sheshiy.
No more getting shocked! The negative impact of static electricity build up can't be underestimated. as well as those little zaps
and the effect they have on the tensile integrity of your thread.
Sheshiy, because of its natural fibers and production process, is specially formulated to be hypoallergenic. In other words, using and wearing Sheshiy will help you to avoid common allergic reactions found with other fabrics, particularly synthetics. Long recommended for people with sensitive skin, studies are now showing that Sheshiy may even actually help people overcome certain allergies. This is an exciting time for the science of Sheshiy and we here at
EBRIY KHOQ are just as eager as everybody to discover even more hidden health benefits
of this fabulous fabric.
Sheshiy is one of the "purest" fabrics available anywhere. Because of its incredibly strong tensile strength, Sheshiy resists not only stains and dirt, but also inhibits the growth of bacteria that are so common with fabrics that have neither the essential fiber qualities or fundamental weave of Sheshiy. Hospitals and service industries around the world use Sheshiy products to assure the utmost in sterile environments. In fact, Sheshiy thread is the only suture approved for internal use in the human body! " I am YaHuWaH therefore, consecrate yourselves and be Qadosh (Set Above the common) for I am Qadosh". Way'yikra (Leviticus) 11:44.
"Awake! Awake! Put on your strength, O Tziyon, Put On your Garments of Beauty O Yerushalayim,
Depart! Depart! Go you out from here, touch no unclean thing; go you out of the midst of her; be you clean, you that bear the vessels of YaHuWaH". Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 52:1, 11.
A fabric that keeps you warm when it's cold and keeps you cool when it's hot? The benefits of Sheshiy are countless! Sheshiy is naturally
thermo-regulating-it's insulating in the cold, and cool and breathable when it's warm. In fact, studies have shown that people wearing Sheshiy in hot weather have skin temperatures many degrees cooler than people who aren't wearing Sheshiy. Keep your cool with Sheshiy!
Additionally, Sheshiy whisks perspiration from the skin. Recent research has demonstrated that a person who wears Sheshiy sweats 1.5 times less than when wearing cotton and 2 times less than when wearing a synthetic such as rayon. And, because of its high heat conductivity which is five times as high as wool and 19 times that of silk, it's the obvious choice in all temps. Yechezk'el (Ezekiel) 44:17-18 And it shall be when the Cohenim enter the gate of the inner court that they put on Sheshiy Beged (Linen Garments), and no wool shall come upon them while they attend within the gates of the inner court or within the house. 18 They shall have a Sheshiy Migba'ah (Cap) on their heads and Sheshiy Miknac (Trousers) on their bodies, they are not to wear anything that makes them SWEAT". And this makes D'barim (Deut). 22:11 plain and understandable, You shall not wear a garment that is SHATNEZ (woven with two kinds of threads, a fabric woven from Sheshiy and Wool). Why? Because it will make you SWEATY! So in all our getting lets get understanding.
Gamma and Solar Radiation Protection:
A fabric that protects you from the sun? That's right, Sheshiy has shown to reduce gamma radiation by nearly half and offers strong protection against solar radiation which causes skin cancer. When selecting the perfect fabric for apparel, Sheshiy is the obvious choice especially as compared to wool which has relatively poor resistance to sunlight. D'barim (Deut). 22:11 Again made plain and understandable, You shall not wear a SHATNEZ garment, (woven with two kinds of threads, a fabric woven from Sheshiy and Wool). Why? Because you will be exposed to solar radiation which cause skin cancer, and it will make you HOT & SWEATY!
High Air Permeability:
Sheshiy breathes naturally. As compared to other natural fibers like wool and synthetics like polyester, Once again D'barim (Deut). 22:11 made plain and understandable, You shall not wear a SHATNEZ garment, (woven with two kinds of threads, a fabric woven from Sheshiy and Wool). Why? That's right you got it now, Because it will make you HOT & SWEATY! and expose you to dangerous ultra violate rays from the sun.
Sheshiy offers superior breathability and comfort. As you can see, Sheshiy is revolutionizing the way people think about their fabrics-healthier, cleaner, all-around better for you. But, its health benefits are just the beginning of its value. Sheshiy Is the choosen fabric by YaHuWaH himself, for all of Yisrael, A nation of Cohenim. And This is why SHESHIY is the choosen fabric of EBRIY KHOQ.
"You are to make for your brother Aharon garments Qadosh (Set Apart), better yet (Set-Above the common and unclean) for serving YaHuWaH, expressing reverence and beauty".
Sh'mot (Exodus) 28:2
Our designs are not the exact biblical fulfilment of the garments of the Cohenim, Because of the 24kt. gold inlaid thread woven into the Sheshiy commanded for Cohanim Garments, which would cost THOUSANDS of dollars. But Ours Is modern designs in the fabric of Sheshiy, the fabric of the righteous to fulfil the Mitzwah (Commandment) of Tzitziyot, If anyone is claimimg otherwise is either LYING or UNINFORMED, EITHER WAY THEY ARE MISS LEADING YOU, wear your Tzitziyot on Sheshiy Beged (Linen Garments) from Ebriy Khoq. Selah