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Myrique balsam, kitten 15g


Sale price$55.92

What is myric balsam?

Myric balsam, also called wood-sent-bon, is used mainly in cooking to season dishes of all kinds such as stews, soups or game. Myrique catkins are used in the production of craft beer and microbreweries. Adding it to beers adds a touch of flavor and also makes them foam. Myric balsam can also be infused to make a delicious boreal infusion from here!

What does myric balsam taste like?

An aromatic with a complex and resinous taste, which evokes the aromas of the boreal forest. Its catkins have peppery and woody aromas, with a hoppy touch. Its slightly bitter taste can be reminiscent of nutmeg, fir and even bay leaf.

What is the difference between catkins and sweet balsam leaves?

The taste between the two is pretty much the same. On the other hand, kittens have a more intense, peppery and very forest taste.

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It is an astringent plant. Which means that it causes contraction of the oral mucous membranes. Also, this plant is an abortifacient if taken during the first trimester of pregnancy.

In the past, myric balsam was used to repel insects in general and to make tincture too! If you are the type to go on forest excursions in Quebec, you have probably come across him. Same thing if you go canoeing on our lakes since it can be found there. You probably also got stuck with your boat in one of his plantations.

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Myrique balsam, kitten 15g
Myrique balsam, kitten 15g Sale price$55.92

Biological •

Gluten free •

Vegan •

100% Natural •

Caffeine free •

Guess what?

Our blends are:

  • 100% natural
  • No added flavors
  • Without sugar
  • Vegan
  • Keto
  • Organic/wild-harvested
  • Gluten free
  • No theine/caffeine


Raw and precious

Rare ingredients from our northern forests.