Profile: The Common, or British Oak, which has been the dominant woodland tree in England for many years and dates back to Druid times, has a close connection to the history of these islands.
The British lion has replaced the spray of oak that once graced one side of our sixpences and shillings. Despite being found all over Europe, The Oak is said to be distinctively English.
The Ancients were well aware of the astringent properties of oaks and utilised various components of the tree, including the bark, which is today used in medicine. Its effects are antibacterial, strongly astringent, and mildly tonic. It has a potently astringent, bitter flavor, and both water and spirit can be used to extract its properties. There is a little smell.
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|Shelf Life:||2 Years.|
|Handling / Storage:||Store in a airtight Food Storage Containers, cool, dry place.|
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