BENEFITS OF BAMBOO LEAVES

It is not easy to get a plant with several advantages and uses like bamboo. For example, bamboo stems are used to construct natural bridges; they are also used for making furniture, chairs, and tables. Bamboo can also make sweet and smooth sounds that come out of wind instruments like flutes and horns. A lot of people are only informed about the benefits of the bamboo plant and not its leaves. Bamboo leaves are very beneficial in terms of health and several others. Bamboo leaves are extraordinary because they are rich in silica flavonoids, amino acids, and phenolic, resulting in many health benefits. Bamboos properties make it the best choice for handicrafts and decorative reasons. Bamboo tree is very versatile in that each of its parts has a function, just like a coconut tree. As foliage, it forms a perfect shade and windbreaker. When processed, its leaves and shoots can be turned into a medicinal product—bamboo functions as a construction material by many people. Many people do not know how bamboo leaves are beneficial, even though many manufacturers use these parts of the tree. You can utilize it at home on some DIY projects and simple applications. Therefore, bamboo leaves can be used for several purposes:



1. BAMBOO TEA.

Making bamboo tea is among the most common uses of bamboo leaves. The leaves are crushed and processed to design bamboo teabags. It is a very healthy drink that you can enjoy every day. It will help in the digestion and do away with any issue of digestion. Bamboo tea is rich in silica, which will help in the reduction of bloating and ease diarrhea. Some people make bamboo tea at home by soaking and boiling their leaves. Always ensure the bamboo leaves are fresh if you have to use them and do not consume the leaves. Bamboo leaves are still rich in dietary fiber. Drinking a cup of bamboo tea two times a day helps balance the cholesterol levels in the body. A single cup of bamboo has one gram of dietary fiber. The bamboo tea helps in cleaning the bloodstream and maintain cholesterol at the correct levels.



2. BAMBOO VINEGAR.

Bamboo vinegar is resulted from boiling bamboo leaves and process them with various ingredients to get a high concentration of acetic acid. It's a distilled product that creates a perfect alternative to the regular vinegar and can be bought from grocery stores. The carbonization can also make bamboo vinegar of bamboo. The stem found from it is distilled and processed to result in a sour fluid. Besides cooking, bamboo vinegar can be diluted and function as a hair conditioner or even skin toner.

3. BAMBOO LEAVES WINE.

Bamboo leaves can be used to make bamboo wine. It is done through the collection of natural dewdrops in the morning from the bamboo leaves. This will then be added to the fermented bamboo dust to come up with the wine. It is a grueling process hence making the bamboo wine to be somehow pricy. Bamboo wine has mellow and tonic features that suit laidback events and gatherings. Bamboo beer is also made from bamboo leaves. It is very healthy booze having antibacterial and antiviral properties. It always involves a mixture of bamboo leaves, shoots, and different grains fermented together. The extracts will then be processed to produce beer.


4. BAMBOO OIL.

Bamboo shoots and leaves are used in making the bamboo oil. They are crushed, and the smell is collected to be infused with sunflower and carrier oils. You can use bamboo oil on your skin and hair as a nourishing organ. You can as well blend it with your best oil. Bamboo oil is light in weight and does not have a greasy feeling like other types of fat. Bamboo oil is rich in both silica and antioxidants and has minerals in it.

5. FACE MASK FOR SKINCARE.

Bamboo face masks are not very common in the market and are designed using the bamboo leaves extracts rich in silica. This results in the nourishment of the facial skin without interfering with the pores. For individuals who are not planning to buy commercial face masks, DIY bamboo leaf masks can be ideal for scrubbing your faces using crushed bamboo leaves.

6. SOLUTION FOR SKIN IRRITATION.

Bamboo leaves are used to ease irritation and itchiness feelings. It would be best if you crushed some clean bamboo leaves to make them have a pasty consistency. Afterward, you can add honey or olive oil to the crushed leaves, disinfecting the affected skin and lightening blemishes. Bamboo leaves are a natural and organic way of dealing with skin irritations. It can assist in the quick healing of wounds and cuts. You have to mix bamboo crushed leaves with a poultice to speed up the recovery of the skin but ensure you soak and clean the bamboo leaves with warm water before using them.

7. MAKING BASKETS.

Dried bamboo leaves can be weaved into beautiful baskets. You can make a great ornament and container for your homes from those leaves. Instead of just throwing away the bamboo leaves, incorporating them into baskets can be a good thing.

8. LIVESTOCK FOOD.

Bamboo leaves are commonly known to be livestock for pandas. It is as well a good option for fodder for livestock when hay and straw are not available. You can always offer your livestock's fresh bamboo leaves. This leaves our reach in roughage, which is a kind of fiber that helps pass the waste via the gut. This indicates that bamboo leaves can help when it comes to improving your livestock's digestion. Bamboo leaves when they are still young are the best since it is more palatable and rich in the much-needed nourishment of different livestock.

9. BAMBOO ROOF THATCH.

Apart from the frame, the thatch of a bamboo roof can be designed using the bamboo leaves. It is a perfect option compared to the coconut leaves. The leaves have to be dried first and woven together to make a thick layer. This roof will remain warm during winter and cool on summer days. Bamboo leaves are soundproof, and this leads to minimal disruption when you sleep in your houses.



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