- Powerful Energy Field Quantum physics has shown that every single being on earth, whether living or non-living, carries an energy field. Since ancient times, the bamboo has been known as having an energy field that is so potent that it can be picked up by people nearby. People in frequent contact with bamboo experience increased strength, stamina, and virility. When the plant flowers, even nearby rodents begin to reproduce 3 to 4 times more than they would in other seasons. The energy field conducts energy. The ancient Chinese recognized this and used bamboo to clear negative energy and to "brighten up" energy flow. Many others use bamboo to bolster creativity and improve artistic expression.
- Digestion All sorts of stomach problems can be treated by eating bamboo leaves. Studies have shown that they strengthen and reinforce the stomach muscles. The stimulative properties increase the bile and promote efficient digestion. This explains why bamboo is served as an appetizer to enable easy digestion of a meal and is even take as tea in some places.
- Spiritual Healing Bamboo has long been considered to have miraculous properties. Many attest to the spiritual healing properties of bamboo to date. With its negative energy clearing properties. Bamboo is used to purify the heart and let go of past burdens and regrets. It bolsters self-worth and self-esteem, as your energy channels are cleared and your mood is brightened.
- Mental Alertness Students often use bamboo to stay mentally focused and alert while studying. They are able to learn easier and absorb information better, as the leaves provide unadulterated energy for easier learning and clears dull thoughts and energy blocks. Soldiers in ancient times, under the stresses of travel and war, used bamboo to keep mentally alert and sharp. To date, many cashier desks have young bamboo shoots displayed, to increase the alertness of the cashiers.
- Highly Nutritious While eating bamboo may sound strange, people in many Asian countries parts of the plant, especially the shoots, as part of their daily diet. Ancient science says, the taller the tree, the more quality nutrition in the fruit, and this holds true for bamboo. Considered the tallest grass in the world, growing up to 25 - 30 feet tall, the bamboo shoot is highly nutritious. Bamboo is rich in phytochemicals, antioxidants, protein, potassium, fiber, essential fatty acids, and other valuable nutrients. It is valued in Japan as one of the healthiest foods.