What's in the Bamboo Leaf Tea?

Updated: Jun 11

What comes to your mind when I say bamboo? Most likely you think of furniture or home decor. And if you know about Silpakarman you may think of coffee mugs, glasses, kitchen utility, etc.


Now, what comes to your mind when I say tea? There is no one answer to this question, after all, tea is not just a beverage it's an emotion, a feeling, and for some, it’s their comfort zone. When I told my friend that we are soon going to launch bamboo leaves tea she said to me "I have 7 different tea in my kitchen, I would love to try this". For most tea lovers there’s a tea for every mood, every time of the day, every season, and so on.


So, is the bamboo leaves tea one among the seven different tea in your kitchen? Well, the answer is YES! and NO!.


Yes because the tea is a unique blend and flavor! It has the power to transports you to the lush green bamboo plantations of the northeast. Now it is up to you to decide which mood, season, or time of the day is best suited for this tea.


But that’s not all! Bamboo leaves tea comes packed with nutrients that are rare to find. and essential for the human body. For instance Silica! Silica is an important trace mineral that provides strength and flexibility to the connective tissues of your body — cartilage, tendons, skin, bone, teeth, hair, and blood vessels. Silica is essential in the formation of collagen, the most abundant protein found in your body. Collagen helps to keep your skin elastic, builds strong nails and hair, and provides structure to most of your body.





Silica plays an important role in strengthening your bones by facilitating the deposition of calcium and other minerals into bones, thereby helping to prevent fractures and may reduce the risks of developing osteoporosis.


The amount of silica you need changes with each life stage. When you’re young, the silica levels in your body are high, contributing to the strength and flexibility of your bones and joints. Silica levels drop, however, as you age which can affect the body’s ability to maintain adequate levels of collagen. This can lead to joint weakness, increased risk for bone fractures, dry skin, hair loss, and a number of other age-related problems.


Imagine if Silica has such an impact on your health then what impact will Protein, Iron, Zinc, Copper, Fibre, Potassium, Magnesium and other will have. And this is what makes the bamboo leaves special!








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