Average nutritional analysis

Per 1 tablet

Energy value 4 kcal/17 kJ
Proteins Traces
Carbohydrates 986 mg
Fats 17 mg
Bamboosil powder 5.5 mg
Silicon 2.0 mg
Vitamin B1 0.8 mg (73%)*
Vitamin D3 2.5 μg (50%)*
Calcium 250 mg (31%)*



  • Bamboo contains antioxidants, flavones, phenolic, lactone, polysaccharide. It has stimulant, diuretic and tonic properties. Stems, leaves and internodes have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and tonic properties.
  • Bamboo is one of the richest natural source of silicic acid. It is known that silicic acid, bamboo shoots need to maintain the normal condition of the hair, skin and bones, it has a calming effect in depression. With age, the amount of silicon in the body, especially in the skin decreases, which is why it becomes problematic to prevent aging. By stimulating the production of chondroblasts hyaluronic acid and chondroitin, silicon, restores elasticity and collagen and elastane fibers.
  • Bamboo Powder (extract) is rich in polysaccharides, minerals, amino acids and organic acids. 
  • Bamboo extract has antioxidant and P-vitamin activity, strengthens the walls of blood vessels, improves elasticity and vascular tone, blood circulation, reduces the permeability of the capillaries and improves blood circulation, has anti-edematous effect.
  •  It strengthens hair and simulate their growth, binds moisture and protects the scalp from dryness, maintains the normal skin pH, preserves and maintains the optimum moisture of the skin.
  • A unique feature of bamboo is its natural antibacterial properties, which are due to the presence of fibers of a strong antiseptic. 
  • This plant is used as a source of medicinal properties to treat colds. 
  • Applied in diseases of the chest, as a sedative, but also improves heart function. 
  • Bamboo is used for digestive problems, diarrhea, amenorrhea (absence of menses), ulcers,muscle spasms, weakness in the overall organism. 
  • In Asian countries, bamboo is used for dysentery, jaundice, rash, fever, and tuberculosis. In European countries the leaves of the plant used in the treatment of diabetes
  • Bamboo - a medicinal plant of Chinese medicine. Bamboo leaves - antipyretic, expectorant, and goodcough medicine. Bamboo Juice - a medicine for the treatment of apoplexy and epilepsy. Bamboo roots - a tonic.


  • Calcium are important for the proper formation of bones  and muscles. To activate the calcium in bone tissue requires vitamin D, phosphate, magnesium, zinc, manganese, ascorbic acid, and other factors. 
  • Calcium reduces the manifestations of allergic reactions, pain syndromes and inflammatory processes. 
  • It is a factor in blood clotting. Lowers blood cholesterol. 
  • Participates in the formation of an immune response. Inadequate intake of calcium in the body increases the excretion of calcium from the bones into the bloodstream, causing bone demineralization and osteoporosis.
  • Significantly increases the need for it in pregnant and lactating women. 
  • Apply for:
    • the prevention of osteoporosis
    • regulation of the functioning of the CNS
    • the lack of parathyroid function
    • allergic diseases (serum sickness, urticaria, angioedema, hay fever)
    • to reduce vascular permeability (hemorrhagic vasculitis, the phenomenon of radiation sickness, and exudative inflammatory processes)
    • with skin diseases (eczema, psoriasis)
    • chronic hepatitis
    • toxic liver damage
    • as a styptic for bleeding
    • as an antidote to poisoning by salts of oxalic acid and fluoride
    • Studies have shown that calcium, particularly in combination with vitamin D, may help prevent bone loss associated with menopause
    • It may also help prevent bone loss in older men

Vitamin B1

  •  Helps in many important body functions
  •  Involved in the energy production
  •  Helps in the development of myelin sheaths
  •  Ensures proper cardiac function
  •  Prevents cataracts
  •  Reduces the effects of aging
  •  Ensures proper digestion
  •  Prevents Alzheimer’s disease
  •  Improves memory
  •  Helps in the production of red blood cells
  •  Restores deficiencies caused by alcoholism
  •  Improves appetite

Vitamin D3

  • The role of vitamin D is usually associated only with providing the body with calcium and phosphorus and the formation of the skeleton However, its physiological function is much wider
  • Vitamin D plays an important role in the mineralization of bone, cartilage maturation and maturation of collagen, activates reparative processes in the epithelium
  • It normalizes the functions of the blood-formation and immune systems
  • Established the important role of vitamin D in the functioning of muscle and stimulation of protein synthesis, and its production of ATP
  • Recently identified as immunomodulatory function of vitamin D
  • Linked to this is the effectiveness of vitamin D in psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis
  • Vitamin D helps in the prevention of cancer pathology
  • Vitamin D is used to prevent and treat rickets, osteoporosis, hair loss, weeping eczema, for healing wounds and ulcers
  • Deficiency of vitamin C, B2, K and E reduces the therapeutic efficacy of vitamin D
  • In humans, vitamin D can be synthesized in the skin when exposed to sunlight from its predecessor D-7-digidroholesterina


  • Our body contains silicon in the thyroid, adrenal, pituitary, and the highest concentration is found in hair and nails. 
  • Silicon is also part of the collagen — the main protein of connective tissue. Its main role — taking part in a chemical reaction, which tie the individual fibers of collagen and elastin, giving the connective tissue strength and elasticity. 
  • Silicon is also part of the collagen hair and nails, plays an important role in the intergrowth of bone fractures.
  • Silicon strengthens the immune system and is a member of various medicinal and cosmetic preparations (products based on silicon are very useful for hair, skin and nails). About 70 items are not acquired when the body lacks silicon. 
  • It is needed to absorb calcium, chlorine, fluorine, sodium, sulfur, aluminum, zinc, molybdenum, manganese, cobalt and other elements. 
  • Silicon promotes the biosynthesis of collagen, involved in the metabolism of phosphorus and lipid metabolism, as well as in maintaining a balance with calcium, which is closely linked with the processes of aging.
  • A special role for silicon in the life and health, as well as flora and fauna. With vegetables, fruits, milk, meat and other foods people should consume daily 10-20 mg of silicon. This amount is necessary for normal functioning, growth and development.
  • It is shown that silicon is involved in the metabolism of fluoride, magnesium, aluminum, and other mineral compounds, but particularly closely with strontium and calcium. One of the mechanisms of action of silicon is that due to their chemical properties, it creates an electrically charged colloidal systems that have the ability to adsorb viruses and pathogens, unusual person.