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.
- Best enjoyed at refrigerated temperatures.
- 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.
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.
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. Try this, (we promise: non-stinging) green and mildly minty soap.
Another gift from the birch tree Birch oil has analgesic and toning properties. Juniper is anti-inflammatory, rich in antioxidants, and decongesting for the skin. This beautiful bar of soap made by the wildly talented & committed Boreal Folk.