We'll be at South Molton Pannier Market on Thursday 27th and Lyn Fest on Sunday 30th September.
With Spring harvested birch sap, fermented birch sap, birch leaf teas, soaps, skin moisturisers, balms etc.
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A little beeswax has been added to this birch rich moisturiser for weather & hard working hands protection.
Rehydrate with unpasturised, additive free, pure English birch sap collected from wild trees.
Choose from a variety of P.B combinations or make your own custom order.
Roasted birch twig tea..Soft and delicious, doesn't 'stew'. Gathered on Exmoor, washed in spring water, chopped and roasted.
Birch Leaf&Bud Tea.
Contains buds & leaves from wild Birch trees. A naturally cleansing mild green tea and hair rinse tonic.
Exquisite hand made chocolate truffles infused with birch lliqueur.
Perfect for 'thank you's' and love's surprises. A selection of dark, milk, white and liqueur.
Quality English Birch (betula) Tree Products - are available through a few special outlets and by telephone, email or online order.
Birch sap orders may be made by phone, email or message and delivered or collected but small amounts cannot be posted as pure xylem sap must stay refrigerated. Please enquire.
Fresh water is drawn up through the roots of the Birch tree in March, gathering stored nutrients on its way to bring it to life after the Winter slumber. Priestlands Birch sap is tapped from the trees for four weeks only, resulting in a pure, delicate tasting drink that is as crisp and clean as it is smooth and rehydrating.
Birch sap has been enjoyed for centuries and is appreciated for its de-toxing, nutritive action and for stimulating the metabolism.
Birch Sap contains Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, Vitamin C, Zinc, Phosphorus, Sodium, Iron, Manganese, Amino Acids, Salicylates, Saponins and Electrolytes.
The sap is only one of many useful ingredients offered by Birch trees. Priestlands Birch uses the leaves, leaf buds and inner & outer bark to create tea, birch oil and birch tar moisturising soaps and moisturisers.
Tel: +44 (0) 1398 361607
164 Westbourne Grove,
London W11 2RW
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