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Why Organic Clothing?
  • It grows rapidly and no chemicals are used in growing or harvesting bamboo, providing a cleaner and safer environment for farm workers.
  • When harvested it’s simply cut, removed, and re-grows from the base, leaving the ground undisturbed which reduces soil erosion.
  • It produces more oxygen than any equivalent stand of trees.
  • It gives farmers a more sustainable source of income that isn’t reliant on the cost of chemicals and machinery needed to plant, maintain and harvest other yearly crops, such as cotton.
  • Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on this planet. It has been recorded growing at an amazing 47.6 inches in a 24 hour period. Bamboo is a crucial element in the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. A grove of bamboo releases 35% more oxygen than an equivalent stand of trees.

There are over 1000 species of bamboo. It is a type of grass and grows from it’s roots, when it is cut it quickly grows back with most species maturing in 3-5 years. This amazing plant grows in both tropical and temperate environments and is very hardy, not needing pesticides or herbicides to grow well.

Some facts about the sustainability of bamboo are:

  • It requires no pesticides or chemical fertilisers
  • It grows rapidly and can be harvested in 3-5 years
  • It rarely needs replanting
  • It produces more oxygen than trees
  • It plays an important role in the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
  • It sequesters carbon dioxide and is carbon neutral
  • It requires no irrigation
  • It is excellent for inhibiting soil erosion
  • It grows in a wide range of environments
  • Its production into fibres has lower environmental impact than other forms of fibre, especially synthetic ones.
The uses of bamboo
Houses, schools and other buildings

Today, over one billion people in the world live in bamboo houses. According to the bamboo research center, 70 hectares of bamboo produces enough material to build 900 houses. If timber was used instead, it could require the felling of trees from an already diminishing forest.

Roads and bridges

It is being used in road reinforcements in India and it is also used in bridges built in China / Thailand and is capable of supporting trucks that weigh as much as 16 tons.


In Thailand / China, ingredients from the black bamboo shoot help treat kidney diseases. Roots and leaves have also been used to treat venereal diseases and cancer. According to reports in a small village in Indonesia, water from the culm (the side branches) is used to treat diseases of the bone effectively.


It’s the new hemp, it can be made into a strong and durable fabric a bit like canvas and can be made into all sorts of clothes. Additionally, bamboo fabric is breathable, thermal regulating, wicks moisture better than polyester performance fabrics, will resist odour and is absorbent and fast drying keeping you dryer and more comfortable than any cotton or polyester fabrics. Beware though: it is also made into Rayon in a chemical process that is unsustainable.


It is also used to make necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and other types of jewellery.


Shoots are used mainly in Asian food preparations. In Japan, the antioxidant properties of the bamboo skin prevent bacterial growth, and are used as natural food preservatives.


Charcoal made from this amazing plant has been used for centuries as cooking fuel in China and Japan. The Bamboo vinegar or pyroligneous acid is extracted when making charcoal and is used for hundreds of treatments in almost all fields. This liquid contains 400 different chemical compounds and can be applied for many purposes including cosmetics, insecticides, deodorants, food processing, and agriculture.

  • Beautiful and intricately crafted beds, chairs and tables are made from bamboo.
  • Rugs and textiles
  • Exotic woods like the mango are often used in Oriental rugs. Buying a bamboo rug will ensure that you save a tree.

Pulps are mainly produced in China, Myanmar, Thailand and India, and are used in printing and writing papers.


According to Japanese scientists, bamboo cloth can retain its antibacterial quality even after 50 washings.

Utensils and tableware

Cups and saucers, spoons and ladles can all be made from this incredibly versatile material.

The list is endless…

Musical instruments, fishing rods, bicycles, helmets, toys…Bamboo frame bicycle Bamboo helmet