Combining a sustainable use of wildland to produce natural indigenous products from a rural community whilst promoting and protecting local flora and fauna. Once, birch trees were tapped every spring in Northern Europe, and the UK where the custom had all but disappeared.
Using various parts of the birch tree from sap to leaves and even the bark have many useful applications that result in a unique range of birch products including cosmetics, drinks and utterly delicious birch liqueur chocolates and truffles. Birch trees contain, amongst other trace elements, salicylates, betulic acid and other quality oils making extremely good quality soaps and skin creams.
Gardeners appreciate the Natural World toiling through rain and shine, frosty and cloudy days to achieve gardens of edible and beautiful produce to sustain themselves and their friends. Priestlands Birch handmade birch oil moisturiser for your face and neck, with three active birch ingredients, can protect and hydrate your skin all day long with birch oil lip balm to keep your lips from cracking in the elements. Fresh smelling cleansing, moisturising soaps with added birch leaves for a gentle scrub or smoky, earthy birch tar creamy suds for deep pore cleansing.
Dirty work for hands and feet deserve some tender care and Priestlands Birch Dry Skin Rescue can protect and heal, nourish and soothe the ravages of a pleasurable day's gardening. And if you're left exhausted by all your hard work; why not refresh with a cup of birch leaf tea and relax with a warming glass of Betula Wych birch spirit and delicious handmade vegan birch liqueur chocolates brewed and distilled from Exmoor birch sap.