Botanical name / Scientific Name: Bambusa vulgaris
Common Name: Bamboo
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Bamboo is the world's fastest producer of biomass and can be used for anything between production of paper or clothing, used as a building material such as flooring, bench tops, fences and screens, or even as a food source in the form of the edible shoots for your favourite curry or stir fry. In China, bamboo leaf extract has a long history of food and medicinal applications and its potential can only be speculated in a global market. Due to the large variety of bamboo and their remarkable ability to adapt, there is bamboo suitable for every application.
- Juice from young bamboo shoots is used to make medicine.
- People use bamboo for asthma, coughs, and gallbladder disorders.
- Bamboo extract is rich in silica (silicon dioxide), which promotes the formation of collagen and fights signs of aging.
- Silica supplements also support the health of your bones.
- Silica plays a role in promoting bone growth and density by enhancing calcium absorption and limiting calcium loss.