White Willow Bark, c/s wild crafted

Salix alba


Native to Europe and West/Central Asia, Salix alba, or White Willow, is named for the white coloring on the underside of its leaves.

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The wood of this tree is often used to make cricket bats. The bark of the White Willow is also lighter in color, and the tannins in the bark used to be used for tanning leather! Historically it’s been referenced by Pliny the Elder, Hippocrates, and other historical naturalists. White Willow Bark is a key ingredient in our Crush It! blend in the shop!