Oak Bark


Very high content of tannins in the oak bark forms a natural protection of the plant from parasites and animals who gnaw the bark as the taste of tannins is quite astringent. In folk medicine, tannins have been used for centuries for their astringent effect on the skin and mucosa (and/or small superfi cial blood vessels) in, for example, haemorrhoids, superfi cial abrasions, or mild burns.


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Oak Bark Ointment

Traditional product containing standard oak bark (Quercus robur) extract made by a careful procedure ensuring high content of active substances. Well-proven ointment base contributes to the skin softening and greasing at the application site.
Apply several times a day as needed.