Taste Nature! 100% pure, undiluted Birch Tree Sap. Also known as birch juice or birch water, it is tapped in early Spring in Canadian forests. Contains naturally occurring electrolytes, phytonutrients and trace minerals. Prepared for you by 52 North.
Light, fresh, wild, citrusy, iced tea. It's easy to make your own... but let's be honest did you? It's best to harvest the spruce tips fresh and juicy in the spring, so if you missed your the window, try this refreshing combo of Sitka, Engelmann, and Black Spruce tips... contains nothing but these buds, water, and organic honey.
Prepared by Canadian companies 52 North & Canadian Pine Pollen Co.
We're big fans of these meticulously dehydrated sea water crystals from our friends at Vancouver Island Sea Salt. Seriously! We started our companies at the same time & place and share the mission of getting people to eat real food from closer by for over a decade. Not all salt is created equally folks! You should be eating the good stuff.
We love this pocket-sized tin of Flake Sea Salt made by our friends at Vancouver Island Sea Salt. If you are a salt snob you can sneak this into dinner parties or restaurants! Also great for hikes, camping, and gift baskets.
Late Season Birch Syrup from the Uncle Berwyn in the Yukon. We've tasted loads of birch syrups over the years, from many different regions. We've also made our own... 100 Litres of sap to make 1 L of syrup!! Why re-invent the wheel? This Birch syrup is full, dark, and fruity... a unique, wild Canadian sweetener.
We love this handy, dandy, pocket-sized, all-purpose, super simple, skin balm made with spruce resin. Spruce pitch, aside from smelling wild & wonderful, has anti-septic and anti-microbial properties making this a healing ointment that doubles as a moisturizer. A pretty great, tiny, addition to a forager's kit, diaper bag, or backpack.
Foraged huckleberry lip butter... so much better than cherry chapstick. With rosehip butter and gernanium oil, this stick for lips adds a touch of pink and a loads of long-lasting berry moisture. Another great, wild beauty offering from Boreal Folk.
Wow! Aromatherapy in every drop. Made with the sap of Canadian Balsam Fir Trees, you'll be momentarily transported to the forests with every drop. Fir sap is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal - great for itchy skin, and the rich oils repair & hydrate. Highly recommended for those with Nature Deficit Disorder.
You know how crazy we are about nettles! They're in our side dishes, we drink it as tea, we make rope & fire with it... why not also rub it on your body? Nettles are rich in silica and sulphur promoting shinier, healthier skin. We're also crazy about Boreal Folk. They do a hell of a job adding wild things to their natural beauty products.
Another gift from birch tree. We have the flavours and medicine of chaga, sap, and syrup from... all from birch ... and with this glorious soap, you can wash yourself with oil from birch. Birch oil has been used as a skin toner and skin softener for ages and has analgesic and toning properties. Juniper, another lovely wild element in this bar, is anti-inflammatory, rich in antioxidants, and decongesting for the skin. Made by the wildly talented & committed Boreal Folk.
Earthy in look & scent, this detoxifying soap with activated charcoal, antibacterial Cedar hydrosol, and fir oil offers gentle exfoliating, clarifying, and astringent properties. Ideal for acne prone skin.