CleanseTarHas a disinfecting, anti-inflammatory, antiparasitic, antipruritic, restorative and insecticidal effect. Improves blood supply to tissues, normalizes the functioning of the sebaceous glands, combats dandruff and improves hair growth. Helps to fights against skin diseases like pyoderma: ulcers, bedsores; psoriasis, burns and fungal infections.

Created out of a thin layer of Birch Bark

Birch Bark CleanseTar Active Ingredients:


Anti-inflammatory, anticancer, analgesics, local anesthetic and pain relief, neuropharmacologic, antimicrobial, antifungal, and many other activities [1]


Very strong anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory and bactericidal component [2]


Antiseptic, disinfectant [3]

Essential oils

Anti-inflammatory, antibiotic and antimicrobial [4]


Powerful wound healing and disinfecting component [5]


Used to accelerate all metabolic processes in tissues and the body [6]


Antiseptic, safe to use in the food industry and cosmetology [7]


Flavanoid, has an antimicrobial, antifungal effect [8]


Bacteriostatic, analgesic, antiseptic [9]

Resinous substances

Builds and repairs healthy tissue [10]


Fluid trapping substance, responsible for the elastic properties [11]


Significantly inhibit bacterial growth [12]

Triterpene alcohol

Anti-inflammatory component [13]

Birch Bark CleanseTar Recommended Dose:

Recommended mixing 5% of Birch Bark Tar with other solutions, such as hand sanitizers, alcohol sanitizers, liquid soaps, and others to achieve optimal effect.


Birch Bark CleanseTar References:

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Role of Plant Derived Alkaloids and Their Mechanism in Neurodegenerative Disorders by International Journal of Biological Sciences 2018; 14(3): 341–357., Published online 2018 Mar 9. doi: 10.7150/ijbs.23247 / link
2 Catechin in Human Health and Disease by Mamoru Isemura / link
Polyphenols in Chronic Diseases and their Mechanisms of Action — Catechin in Polyphenols in Human Health and Disease, 2014 / link
Activity of catechins and their applications by Biomedical Dermatology volume 4, Article number: 8 (2020) / link
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4 What Are Essential Oils, and Do They Work? by Healthline Media / link
5 Gaultherin, a natural salicylate derivative from Gaultheria yunnanensis: towards a better non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug by European Journal of Pharmacology / link
Gaultheria: Phytochemical and Pharmacological Characteristics by Molecules. 2013 Oct; 18(10): 12071–12108 / link
6 Glycosides by M. Bartnik, P.C. Facey, in Pharmacognosy, 2017 / link
Cardiac Glycosides in Medicinal Plants by Nagy Morsy, Submitted: June 8th 2016, Reviewed: September 26th 2016, Published: March 15th 2017, DOI: 10.5772/65963 / link
Glycosides in medicine: “The role of glycosidic residue in biological activity” by Current Medicinal Chemistry. 2001 Sep;8(11):1303-28. / link
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Antiallergics, antiasthmatics, and antitussives — Guaiacol by Christof Schaefer, in Drugs During Pregnancy and Lactation (Second Edition), 2007 / link

9 Phenols in medicine in Royal Society of Chemistry by Alan Dronsfield, Pete Ellis31 December 2006 / link
Phenol in National Library of Medicine / link
Flavonoids and Other Phenolic Compounds from Medicinal Plants for Pharmaceutical and Medical Aspects: An Overview in Medicines (Basel). 2018 Sep; 5(3): 93. | Published online 2018 Aug 25. doi: 10.3390/medicines5030093 / link
10 Resins from Herbal Origin and a Focus on their Applications in International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research / link
11 Suberin: the biopolyester at the frontier of plants in Frontiers in Chemistry 2015; 3: 62. / link
The chemical composition of cork — Suberin in Cork
Biology Production and Uses by Helena Pereira / link
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12 Tannins and human health: a review. in Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 1998 Aug;38(6):421-64. / link
Tannins by The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica / link
13 Triterpene alcohols from the flowers of compositae and their anti-inflammatory effects. by Phytochemistry. 1996 Dec;43(6):1255-60. / link
Natural Products Structural Diversity-I Secondary Metabolites: Organization and Biosynthesis — Cycloartenol in Comprehensive Natural Products II, 2010 / link
Characterization of Triterpene Alcohol and Sterol Ferulates in Rice Bran Using LC-MS/MS in Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2003, 51, 11, 3260-3267 / link