Cascara Sagrada Bark c/s
Botanical Name - Rhamnus purshiana
Other Names - bearberry, cascara, chittem bark, sacred bark
Origin - USA
Cascara sagrada is a species of buckthorn native to the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, the name of which translates into "sacred bark" in Spanish.
The bark is stripped in spring and aged for a year before processing.
Typical Preparations - Teas, tinctures, extracts. The bark can be an attractive addition to potpourri and botanical displays.
Packaging - We package all of our herbal, fruit powders and spices in a heat sealed mylar bag which serves as a very effective barrier to light, oxygen, odors, flavors, moisture, and bacteria. The bag can be resealed with any household iron or curling iron.
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