The peyote cactus, or Lophophora williamsii, gets its common name from the Nahuatl language. The plant is a small, button shaped cactus that grows predominantly in Mexico and the southern parts of the U.S.
Native Americans have known of the plant’s hallucinatory and medicinal properties for thousands of years, and peyote still holds a sacred place in these cultures. In fact, over 40 tribes in North America and Western Canada still use it in sacred religious ceremonies.
At Camp High, we celebrate this magical plant, and hope that soon our legislative bodies will recognize the various wellness benefits this beautiful plant can provide to those in need.
ECOCYCLE yarn is produced at the Belda Lloréns facility in Alicante, Spain, which is 75% powered by solar energy, and comes with Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and Global Recycled Standard Certificates. The yarn's 50% recycled component is sourced from
Belda Lloréns recycling partners, who mechanically recycle cotton fabrics that have been sourced in Europe and the United States. Every pound of ECOCYCLE yarn saves 5.46 square miles land cultivation, 2,024 gallons of water, 14.90 kWh of electricity and 7.85 lbs of CO2 compared to conventionally grown cotton.