Where the
wild things
are made

A spring
phenomenon

The power
of boosting leaves

That occurs
only under limited
circumstances
at certain times
of the year

Beyond the surface,
there is a miracle
of root pressure

Root pressure occurs

in early
springtime

when the soil begins to warm.
As the weather and soil conditions
become favorable.


The roots
absorb water
and minerals

from the soil and accumulate
minerals in its sap
AT HIGH CONCENTRATIONS
by osmosis.


A tree with a pressurized
root system
STARTS FLOWING SAP UPWARD
through its xylem system

to prepare
boosting leaves.

These pressures in trees are not nearly enough to transport water
to the top of the tallest trees.

There is also an

auxiliary force generated by evaporation
and transpiration

of water by the sun, which

creates the additional pulling effect

towards the tree top.

All contribute to the rise of sap in Birch trees.

Root pressure is a

short-lived
phenomenon

There is only a short period
when we can harvest.
This is what makes
BIRCH WATER SO SPECIAL.

Birch Water is

naturally
filtered,

with a sweet taste
of birch.

Harvesting birch water is like

opening the most
hidden tap
on nature.