Slip into this beautiful Trillium flower print on super-soft, durable bamboo. In Native American herbalism the Trillium root was considered to be a sacred female herb and they only spoke of it to their medicine women.
Also called "Birthroot," The Trillium is related to the first three chakras - cleansing them of fear, and opening the way to full grounding and connection with Mother Earth. The three leaves and three flower petals are connected to the Maiden, Mother and Crone - but also to the body, mind and spirit.
Ingredients: 70% Organic Bamboo 30% Organic Cotton
Made: Artwork by Vashon artist Marcus Berg is screen-printed by us in Skagit, Washington State. Sewing of the garment is certified fair trade in China.
Fit: Be aware that this cut relaxes over the first couple wearings. If you want a fitted look that will STAY fitted, order down a size.
Care: Wash Cold. Tumble Dry Low or Hang Dry.
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