How boho plants can help save the world

Boho plants, native to Japan and southern China, can also be used as fertilizers, an ingredient in food products and cosmetics.

A company called Boho Garden Technology has developed a plant that can grow on bamboo shoots and produce a plant oil that can be used in a variety of applications.

The oil, called boho sap, has been found to reduce the risk of heart attacks in patients with heart problems.

Its also been shown to help with digestion.

Boho sap is not currently approved for human consumption, but the company says it has started manufacturing the product in Asia.

The company has been working with local companies to test the product, which can be produced by spraying the plant with water.

According to the company, the oil is not only beneficial to the health of the plant, but can also reduce the likelihood of bacterial infections, which is what Boho Sap was designed to prevent.

“In some cases, the plant oil is used to prevent bacterial infections as well,” a company spokesman told Bloomberg.

“The process involves adding the plant to a small amount of water that is then pumped into the plant.

After a few hours, the water is allowed to evaporate and the plant is then planted.

This method prevents the bacteria from growing in the plant by allowing the plant water to remain in contact with the soil, allowing the bacteria to remain dormant.”

According, the boho oil can also help with the treatment of skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis and other skin conditions.

It can also act as a potent antioxidant that protects against oxidative stress, as well as prevent the oxidation of fatty acids.

Boho Sap is currently only available in Japan, but it could eventually be available in the US as well.