What is Harabú?
Harabú is looking after yourself,
taking responsibility for your well-being, knowing how to listen to yourself.
Harabú is a Haramaki, a Japanese concept meaning belly wrap. It a tubular shaped garment that is placed around the midriff providing warmth and comfort. What really makes Harabú unique is that it is made from bamboo thread and it has no seams. The natural characteristics of bamboo thread are used to provide cosiness and reassurance without needing to add chemical products. Harabú adapts perfectly to your body.
The essence of Harabú is that it serves as a support for taking care of yourself. It helps to keep the functions of the centre of the body, the Hara, working well and it helps to maintain and protect an optimum body temperature, making it ideal for:
• Keeping the muscles in the abdominal and lumbar region warm.
• Improving blood and energy circulation.
• Helping to keep the digestive system working well.
• Contributing to maintaining the healthy function of the reproductive system.
• Alleviating menstrual pain.
• Gaining awareness of the centre of the body.
Harabú is the centre of your well-being.
Bamboo cloth allows us to make a soft, comfortable garment that is four times more absorbent than cotton. It keeps you warmer in winter and cooler in summer and it dries very quickly. What is more, it is breathable, it does not stick to the skin and its natural bacterial action eliminates bad odours. Bamboo cloth is an ecological, healthy alternative to synthetic fibres, ideal for delicate skins.
Characteristics of Harabú
Composition: 75% bamboo, 17% cotton, 8% elastomer
Based on its benefits and the experience of people who already use it, we can recommend Harabú for: