It's no secret that birch bark has a characteristic whitish colour.This is due to its high content of betulin, a naturally occurring chemical belonging to the triterpene compounds.Birch bark also contains, among other things:betuloid, saponins, resin acids, tannins, coumarins, essential oils and vitamins, in particular vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
Ingredients: 100 % dried birch bark (Betula cortex concisus).
Usage: To make the infusion, simply put 1-2 teaspoons of birch bark in a glass, cover with boiling water and simmer, covered, for about 10-15 minutes. If desired, you can sweeten with a littlehoneyandspice up the flavour by adding spices such as ginger or cardamom
Warnings: the product may contain traces of milk (including lactose), soya beans, peanuts, other nuts, sesame seeds, oats, eggs, shellfish, fish. Do not use for persons sensitive to the ingredients of tea.
Net content: 50 g
Storage conditions: Store in a dry, dark place at +5 to +25°C.