Bambusa Vulgaris

Bambusa vulgaris, commonly known as bamboo, is a species of giant bamboo native to Southeast Asia. Bamboo stands out as one of the world's fastest-growing plants, with certain species reaching an impressive growth rate of over 60 cm per day. Not just a rapid grower, bamboo serves as an exceptional source of minerals including silica, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and iron. Its remarkable silica content, comprising up to 85 percent, holds significance for hair and skin health.