• Organic Birch Tree Water

    A centuries-old tradition in Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Russia and Northern China with a light, crisp, refreshing taste!
    Non-GMO, gluten free, USDA Organic!

    Organic Birch Tree Water
  • Naturally-occurring electrolytes

    Hydrate and rejuvenate your body. Copper, calcium, zinc, iron, potassium, magnesium and many other micronutrients in trace amounts... easier to absorb! Excellent source of Xylitol!

    Naturally-occurring electrolytes
  • Spring vitality and wellness

    'Living water' awakens birch trees in the Spring and stimulates new growth. Tapped at the perfect moment for peak nutrition level – vitality and wellness from the source!

    Spring vitality and wellness
  • Limited Harvest

    Hand-harvested once a year, as sap starts to move from tree roots to the budding leaves… sustainably, reverently, using traditional methods that preserve our beautiful forests for generations!

    Limited Harvest

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  • What is Byarozavik birch tree water?

    BYAROZAVIK is incredible for hydration, rejuvenation, and vitality. Made with pure sap harvested from birch trees during springtime, birch tree water is a traditional beverage enjoyed for thousands of years in Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Russia, and other northern countries. It is high in antioxidants and minerals good for your health - with a light, crisp, delicious taste. We are natural, non-GMO, and USDA Organic certified. Byarozavik fuels your on-the-go, active lifestyle with the natural 'living water' of spring, straight from the source. Birch trees we harvest from grow primarily in Belarus, Central European Russia and Ukraine - in ecologically pure areas. The large number of forests and lakes in these geographies has made them some of the world's leading birch-juice producers. The harvesting and consumption of birch tree products is a well-established tradition. Byarozavik combines traditional harvesting with innovative bottling technologies, ensuring safety and health - while preserving natural nutrients at their peak levels.

  • Where do our birch trees come from?

    Byarozavik uses large masses of forests located in Eastern and Central Europe, particularly in Belarus – our current source.

  • Why are a wide array of trace minerals and micronutrients good for me?

    Micronutrients and trace amounts of minerals are more easily absorbed by our bodies. We are, in some way, similar to trees: This is the water that makes us come alive!

    Because this is a natural product, the specific amount and type of nutrients found in any particular bottle depend on environmental factors such as weather and precipitation. Actual nutrient values will vary slightly, depending on the harvest.

  • How do you pronounce Byarozavik – and what does it mean?

    ‘Bya-roza-vik’…kind of like “b-yeah,” then “rose," then "a," then “Vic”. The accent goes on the middle syllable ("roza"). It`s a mouthful, we know – but wait until you taste it! In Slavic languages, "Byarozavik" means "birch tree water" – exactly what`s in the bottle!

  • How much birch tree water should I drink?

    We enjoy drinking Byarozavik birch tree water regularly, as much as we can - but of course advise moderation. Typically, we recommend no more than two to three half-liter bottles per day.

  • Is Byarozavik good for kids?

    Yes! All of its nutrition and low sugar content are better, in our opinion, than the colored sugar waters most kids find in their lunch boxes. Help put your kids on the path to a lifetime of good health by providing them with products like Byrozavik birch tree water - low sugar content and lots of nutritional value!


     Birch trees certainly add dignity and beauty to a landscape, but here in the UK we have been slow to become enthusiastic about the health benefits they can offer.

“Birch water” is not a new health craze, it has been a popular herbal drink in Scandinavia, eastern Europe and Russia for years. But here in the UK, and in America and Australia, it has suddenly been “discovered” as the new super liquid that offers some amazing list of health benefits.

Birch trees grow right across the northern hemisphere, and this very special “water” is collected from both the lovely silver birch you see in so many of our gardens and from the North American species of sweet birch.

Birch water is actually the sap of the tree, which is collected by driving taps into the base of the trunk or by cutting off the end of one of the branches and attaching a bottle. The sap that drains out is then collected but it can be a long process to collect a full bottle. Also, there is only a short time of year when this can be done; this is in early spring when new sap is running up the inside of the trunk to provide all the nutrients needed for the coming spring growth. Sap collected at any other time of year is too difficult to “harvest” and can also be very bitter.

Birch water has a short shelf life but some companies are now beginning to pasteurise it so it can preserve its properties for a lot longer. And these properties are very extensive, if we listen to the various experts around the world who are now enthusing about birch water.

One supporter is Dr. Michelle Storfer, a qualified doctor from University College in London. She is a specialist on nutrition for health and well being, ( visit http://thefoodeffect.co.uk for information about her Food Effect programme). Dr Storfer has looked at birch water and suggests it offers some real health benefits. She said: 'It's high in macronutrients and micronutrients including proteins and amino acids, as well as enzymes, electrolytes and potassium. But unlike coconut water, it contains saponin, which has been shown to lower cholesterol and may have some anti-inflammatory effects.'

Other sources claim that birch water helps to treat liver disease, diarrhea, constipation, flu, headaches and skin conditions like eczema plus help to flush out toxins and uric acid.

A birch water producer in Australia, where the popularity of this new health drink is growing fast, says the water contains naturally occurring antioxidants, electrolytes, trace minerals and vitamins, which can all benefit overall health. According to another Australia, Sanchia Parker, a dietitian with the Dietitians Association of Australia, birch water contains both B and C vitamins plus some minerals and amino acids.

The latest general food advice is a little of everything, and certainly if you have access to birch water, then it could be a small but interesting addition to your diet. Laterlife hasn’t tasted it yet, but reports are that it is a lovely refreshing drink that could make a good change from normal tap water.

Full article on: http://www.laterlife.com/features/birch-water.htm

Posted by Lizette Borreli  in Medical Daily.
Jan 8, 2015

Coconut water has become the go-to health drink that delivers energy-boosting effects without the extra calories or sugar. But the days of the coconut water craze may be limited by a nature-given energy drink: birch tree sap. The slightly sweet, thin syrup-like liquid contains xylitol, proteins, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, which makes it an ideal drink to cleanse the body and boost your health.

Birch sap is a refreshing drink that has a hint of sweetness that tastes similar to maple syrup but is much more complex. It's extracted from birch trees mainly found throughout North America, specifically parts of Canada and New England in the U.S. It has been marketed as a unique Alaskan delicacy with between a 1,000 and 1,500 gallons of birch syrup produced annually, says the University of New Hampshire.

The health elixir is touted as one of the best juices you can drink compared to coconut water because it has restorative and detoxifying properties. Its naturally healthy, sweet, and positive nutritional profile appeals to health-conscious consumers interested in traditional and folk medicine. Birch sap can help boost immunity, fight fatigue, treat arthritis and joint pain. It also acts as an energy or sports boost to prevent migraines.

The thin, watery sap has the potential to takeover coconut water, since it contains naturally occurring nutrients, which can help aid a range of ailments. It’s time to tap the sap and taste the five sweet benefits of birch tree sap:

1. Decreases Cavities

The consumption of birch water can help you maintain good oral health due to xylitol. The natural sugar can prevent cavities, since some types of decay-causing bacteria cannot use xylitol as a food source. "Xylitol is a naturally occurring sugar alcohol that is harvested from birch trees and their sap. Xylitol has been proven to decrease risk of cavities and is a widely-used sugar substitute,” Doctors Matthew Nejad & Kyle Stanley, dentists at Helm | Nejad | Stanley Dentistry in Beverly Hills, Calif., told Medical Daily in an email.

2. Eliminates Cellulite

Birch tree sap contains diuretic properties that help to flush out harmful toxins, uric acid, and excess water from the body. Therefore, it's also thought to help eliminate cellulite from the body. According to Weleda’s “Birch Cellulite Oil,” a dermatologically proven treatment, it aids in getting cellulite “visibly toned down after just one month.” Dermatological tests have found there is a 21 percent increase in smoothness and a 22 percent increase in tightness after just one month of twice a day regular use.  

3. Lowers Cholesterol

Saponin, a compound in birch sap, has been shown to have blood cholesterol-lowering properties. A 1997 study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found saponins can lower cholesterol by binding to bile acids and cholesterol. The bile acids form mixed micelles with cholesterol, which facilitates its absorption. Saponins lead to the depletion of body cholesterol by preventing its reabsorption and increasing its excretion.

3. Promotes Liver Health

The sap can also act as a highly-effective detoxifying agent for the liver. It captures and is able to neutralize toxic waste products. It eliminates toxins that only the liver can process such as alcohol, saturated fat, and pesticides, among many others. A 2012 study published in the Polish Botanical Society reviewed the use of tree saps in northern and eastern Europe and found birch tree sap is used as supplementary nutrition in the form of sugar, minerals, and vitamins to help the liver.

4. Promotes Kidney Health

Drinking birch water can benefit the kidneys by eliminating and filtering waste through the urinary tract. It eliminates waste that only the liver can process, such as excess salt, uric acid, phosphates, certain medicines, urea, and ammonia. This helps deeply detoxify the body and can even lead to weight loss. "Extracts from the leaves have been used in herbal supplement combinations to aid detox, kidney function and bladder health by supporting the body’s natural elimination of toxins and impurities — it partly does this by acting as a diuretic," Alice Mackintosh, a nutritionist at The Food Doctor, told The Huffington Post UK Lifestyle.

5. Rejuvenates Skin

Birch water is touted for replenishing the skin and protecting the skin cells. The sap can be used as a wash to improve skin texture and relieve skin problems such as eczema and acne, according to NYR Natural News. "Birch juice not only rejuvenates but also protects skin cells from oxidative stress, including Ultra Violet rays, environmental pollution, and consequences caused by inflammation," read researcher Dr. Janis Ancans’ recent study, Yahoo News reported.

It’s important to remember the potential benefits of birch tree sap have not all been scientifically proven, just like the claims surrounding coconut water. It’s worth giving the sap a taste for the sake of your health

Posted by Natali Rivers on Nov 11, 2014 in Uptown Magazine  

Health crazes come and go about as often as fashion trends these days, and there is a new one on the horizon that threatens to unseat coconut water. Birch water is being touted as the latest health elixir.
It is widely used in Eastern Europe, Russia and parts of northern China. The sap from a silver birch or a North American sweet birch can be used and it is removed in the same way sap would be taken from a maple tree.
In its raw form, it is a sweet, thin liquid that is high in macronutrients, electrolytes and potassium. Like coconut water, it is good for rehydration and it takes that a step further due to it containing saponin. Saponin is good for the immune system and has been shown to help control blood cholesterol levels. Birch water enthusiasts also claim that it helps treat flu, constipation, diarrhea, liver disease, headaches and skin diseases like eczema.
Other big draws, according to birch water drinkers, is that it flushes out toxins and can help get rid of cellulite.
Dr. Michelle Storfer, founder of The Food Effect, told Daily Mail, “Birch water is very similar to coconut water in its chemical profile. It’s high in macronutrients and micronutrients, including proteins and amino acids, as well as enzymes, electrolytes and potassium. But unlike coconut water, it contains saponin, which has been shown to lower cholesterol and may have some anti-inflammatory effects.”
Dr. Storfer acknowledged the many claims about birch water’s health benefits, but cautioned that many of these beliefs are as yet unfounded: “It’s believed to have amazing healing properties ranging from lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, treating infections of the urinary tract and healing cancers. Medically, however, we don’t know about the birch water’s value as a health drink, as it’s only just entered the market in the U.S., with its health claims similar to coconut water.”
If you’re eager to try birch water, Byarozavik Birch Tree Water was launched last year and is available for purchase on Amazon.
Full story online: http://uptownmagazine.com/2014/11/birch-water-coconut-water-health-rehydrate-fight-cellulite/2/


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