The Flame Lily (Gloriosa Superba) is highly toxic and used as arrow poison in parts of Africa. In traditional medicine, tiny doses are used for treating snake and scorpion bites, headaches, wound healing, as well as love charms. In Shona it is called 'Kajongwe' which means 'cockerel'. The Flame Lily is the national flower of Zimbabwe.
Our fabric has been given a long last finish to give extra wear. 5% Spandex gives extra comfort and helps keep the shape of this carefully crafted garment over time. Inks are all formaldehyde free and meet highest eco standards. T-shirts are branded with a small clip logo on the sleeve.
Fabric: 180g, 95% combed cotton, 5% spandex
Fit: semi fitted with a bound neckline
Proudly made in South Africa