Powerful Ease GoStool - AMBER Bamboo (Ships From Portland)



Made in the USA Indigenuity- Ancient wisdom, ingeniously brought to our times! A high quality design and crafted bamboo squatting stool, for a healthy and natural position for a bowel movement. Made by real Portlandians by a cabinet maker in Portland, Oregon for YOU, of FSC certified sustainable’ bamboo panels. Parts are finished with very, very low VOC water based polyurethane, and shipped flat with easy to use assembly hardware. Orders are processed immediately from inventory. Sitting on a toilet, which you probably think is a natural way to do bathroom business, is actually very unnatural and dangerous for your health. It can cause constipation, inflammatory bowel disease, colon cancer and even difficult childbirth delivery. The squatting position which may seem uncomfortable and rather too primitive, on the other hand, is an easy and proper way to your wellness. Here are some reasons why: When seated, your anal canal is unstraightened and accordingly "choked"! Have you ever felt that you still have something left inside your bowel after you just leave the bathroom? That is because sitting is not the right posture to do bathroom business at all. The sitting position bends the final pathway between the rectum and anus, hence it obstructs waste from being evacuated easily. Moreover, unlike squatting, sitting creates no pressure that you need in your abdominal cavity. (The pressure I am talking about here is beneficial pressure which compresses the colon and creates a natural urge to evacuate.) As a result, in frustration, you need to strain while holding your breath in order to push downwards. Yet even so, you still get constipated, and your colon is not as empty and clean as it should be. Squatting, on the other hand, helps you relax your puborectalis muscle and straightens your rectum. The pressure from your thighs while squatting also facilitates expulsion of waste. Most constipation sufferers notice significant comfort improvement within seven days after switching their potty position from sitting to squatting. Hemorrhoids also heal quickly, as the squatting posture is adopted for healthy bowel movements. WHY Bamboo? Bamboo is the most beautiful and functional renewable resource in the world. The use of bamboo will remarkably reduce the consumption of timber, so as to preserve the forests and environment. Our products 100% biodegradable bamboo tableware is an ideal green and environmental protection products and the best choice to displace poisonous tableware and eliminate white pollution as well. Think bamboo ... think exotic The very thought of bamboo conjures up images of exotic tropical scenes - tall, green bamboo forests gently swaying in the soft, warm breeze. Bamboo has helped humankind since time began for shelter, weapons, food, and medicine. Something about bamboo fulfills a basic human need of getting back to nature and a more simple life. 12,000 Documented species & varieties Bamboo is actually a grass that grows to a harvestable height between 3 - 5 years. Some species grow up to 2 feet per day. After harvesting, bamboo does not require replanting, it has an extensive root system that continually sends up new shoots, naturally replenishing itself, making it one of the most renewable resources known. No old growth forests are touched, no trees are cut. Bamboo is 16% harder than maple wood, 1/3 lighter in weight than oak, yet in some instances as strong as steel. Bamboo holds the promise of a sustainable, cost effective, and ecologically responsible alternative to the widespread clearcutting of our old growth forests. The bamboo we use Phyllostachus, Pubescens, more commonly referred to as "Moso"is grown 500k west of Shanghai in China. This part of China has a temperate climate which encourages a slower growing bamboo and therefore producing a much denser, harder and durable culm or stalk. Unlike most other hardwoods, it absorbs very little moisture and consequently does not shrink or swell as much making it a superior choice of material for cutting boards. Bamboo is not only a "plant" it's a way of life. We have been bitten by the "bamboo bug". We don't know why but it seems everyone involved in bamboo is so passionate about it - it must be contagious. Bamboo is such a beautiful and useful plant, not to mention an ecologically friendly material.
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