Bamboo is unlike any other plant species in the world. Bamboo grows all over the massive continent of Asia, in South America and any other part of the world that is warm and humid. Bamboo is an incredible plant and can adapt to harsh conditions such as extremely steep slopes, humid flat areas and even places that have been rendered arid. Bamboo is not only versatile it is also strong, flexible, rapid in growth and is a great substitute for wood. Due to its resilient characteristics, pesticides and fertilizers are unnecessary; it does not have to be replanted and does not need to be reforested. This is because bamboo is a renewable resource and with sustainable harvesting techniques bamboo regrows from existing shoots. When harvesting bamboo, the stems are cut and the shoots are left because bamboo grows stronger and faster every time it is harvested. In addition, Bamboo consists of natural and organic antibacterial/pesticide characteristics that defend itself from insects, invaders and pests. Bamboo has anti-fungal and antibacterial agents within the plant naturally which is carried throughout the manufacturing phase so that your product is made with a minimal amount of ingredients. The use of bamboo is not only a major benefit to human health but also a massive step toward preserving our environment and reducing deforestation.