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What is Cedar?
The Cedar Tree is known for being the TREE OF LIFE.
First Peoples of Canada have used the Tree of Life for thousands of years. There are many uses for it for one example it used to cure a disease called scurvy, which is remembered by some to have been a deadly disease. Men and women use to get scurvy when taking long boat rides from one continent to another. Not just that but the Northern white cedar contains higher amounts of vitamin c than even an orange. Cedar is also the sacred medicine of the West direction, and is used for cleansing and energizing. First Peoples frequently use cedar to line the floor of their sweat lodge, and have prepared a number of combinations of different cedars for smudging. Cedar smoke has a fresh, invigorating scent. >>
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Many plants were used in traditional healing.
In some cases, the plants were well-known folk remedies, such as willow bark, which contains salicylic acid and was self-prescribed as required as a pain reliever. However, in more serious illnesses a spiritual element is required in addition to the botanical element, and the combination of medicines for one person may not be the same as for another person with the same condition. A true Healer or Medicine Person will receive guidance from the spirits regarding what combination will work in a particular case. For this reason, it is generally ineffective (and possibly dangerous!) to try to use Native American healing preparations that have not been given specifically to you for your condition. >>