What is bamboo used for? Around the world have used bamboo for millennia to make items that would improve their lives. This is because bamboo is stronger than wood, brick, or concrete, has a higher tensile strength than steel, and is flexible enough for delicate work.
The eco-friendliness of bamboo. Bamboo is one of the most eco-friendly materials on the planet, from how it’s grown to the method of harvesting to how it gets to your home
There are over 1,400 species of bamboo around the world, but all members of the same species will flower at the same time, no matter what part of the world they are in. Some scientists attribute this to an evolutionary “alarm clock” because the plant will flower no matter what environmental conditions it is put under.
Bamboo charcoal is used in all manner of things; it can be found as an
air and water purifier, used in medicine and in soap. But it
also has a history of being used in food!
Celebrations are the heart and soul of Christmas and Americans don't shy away from it. We see countless carolers are found everywhere, even on the streets. Hawaiian Santa Claus does not come to children on deer, and sails on a boat, in California - on a surfboard.