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May prevent bone pain, osteoporosis and wrinkles. Smoothes and revitalizes the skin

Bamboo is a very lush evergreen plant. Bamboo’s defining characteristic is its peculiar stem: it is a single, woody stem, very strong and at the same time flexible.
Bamboo flowers are similar to asparagus, but the plant flowers only rarely.

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  • Silicon
  • Potassium
  • Choline
  • Betaine
All bamboo products are a treasure trove of minerals and antioxidant enzymes that renew the body's "structural" tissues (bone, connective tissue and collagen)
Particularly during the summer, when sun exposure can accelerate skin aging, bamboo can be used as preventative care in multiple ways: as a supplement, as a cosmetic, and as a vegetable to add to spring salads.

There are more than 1.000 species of bamboo, subdivided in 68 different genera. Bamboo belongs to the Poaceae family (subfamily Bambusoideae) and comes from the humid, tropical and subtropical areas of Asia and America. It is currently widespread in Australia and some regions of Africa; in Europe, spontaneous bamboo growth has not been observed.

Bamboo has numerous facets: it is also used in phytotherapy. The leaves are exploited for their emmenagogic, anthelmintic, antispasmodic and potentially aphrodisiac qualities, while the roots are used for their astringent and refreshing properties. The shoots, besides being appreciated in the culinary field, are also used to support the digestion, as a carminative and antiseptic. The juice of some species of bamboo is rich in silica, a useful natural remedy against cold-like symptoms and respiratory congestion. Bamboo extracts are very rich in silica, a beneficial mineral that prevents bone pain, osteoporosis and wrinkles