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Birch sap into hydrating water
Date Published：9/15/2016 10:09:51 PM
A HYDRATING formula draws on the natural qualities of birch tree sap. The pioneering product simply called Säpp comes from the mineral-rich fluids that flow up the trunk of birch trees during the springtime. In the process, this sap is naturally filtered. The trees, located in the Carpathian mountains of Ukraine, are tapped to yield a naturally electrolyte rich, filtered water infused with nutrients and ready to drink.
Presented at this year’s Gulfood, Säpp is an organic birch water that now comes in three flavors, Original, Nettle and Rosehip infusions. According to the maker, these varieties have their own special health benefits. The Nettle birch water for instance, is a strong diuretic, benefiting the kidney, the immune system, and the hair. The Rosehip which is the fruit of the rose, is good for the skin, is high in vitamin C, and benefits the immune system as well.
With its healthful profile, birch water has become a trend in Europe. It naturally contains 3 grams of sugar per 10 fl ounce bottle, which is 80 percent less sugar than coconut water. It has five times more manganese than a cup of kale, and health benefits ranging from detox to weight loss to prevention of stress.
Birch tree water has been used for centuries in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe as a traditional source of detox. With its diuretic properties, Säpp flushes out toxins, uric acid and excess water from the body, helping control cholesterol level, support normal liver function and assist in the fight against cellulite.