Bamboo is one of the strongest woody grass on earth. The bamboo trees can be found in every continent mostly in Asia, America and Africa except Antarctica.
Bamboo plant is distinguished by its oval leaves and hollow stems that have nodes in between the segments. Both the bamboo leaves, branches and stems tend to remain greenish in colour during its lifetime except during fire outbreak or harsh sunlight.
Bamboo shoot is a rich source of amino acids, dietary fiber, magnesium, protein, iron, potassium, vitamin B1, carotene and essential minerals.
Bamboo is a completely renewable and biodegradable material. Its harvesting doesn’t contribute to deforestation of woods, since it’s rarely needs replanting, requires no irrigation and produces 35% more oxygen than other trees. Also called the “vegetal steel” for its high resistance to stress, bamboo is water-proof, long-lasting, natural and fully sustainable.
- Easy-to-grow renewable resource,
- Extremely versatile material,
- Anti-inflammatory properties.