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Cool Tree Facts 4/1/2013 - 4/7/2013

Posted on 12 April, 2013 at 13:45

s 4/1/2013 - 4/7/2013

Amy: Posted on Friday, April 12, 2013 1:44 PM

4/1/2013

Tradition holds that the wood of the cedar tree holds powerful protective spirits for the Cherokee Tribe. It is believed that the "Creator" placed their spirits in a newly created tree. This tree was named a-tsi-na tlu-gv {ah-see-na loo-guh} or Cedar tree.

 

4/2/2013

Many Cherokee carried a small piece of cedar wood in their medicine bags worn around the neck.

 

4/3/2013

Cedar wood has been placed by the Cherokee above the entrances to their homes to protect against the entry of evil spirits.

 

4/4/2013

When you smell the aroma of the Cedar tree or gaze upon it standing in the forest, remember that if you are Tsalagi / Cherokee, you are looking upon your ancestor.

 

4/5/2013

Cherokee women were given a tea made from the inner bark of the Wild Black Cherry to relieve pain.

 

4/6/2013

The Flambeau Ojibwa prepared a tea of the bark of Wild Cherry Tree for coughs and colds, while other tribes used a bark for diarrhea or for lung troubles.

 

4/7/2013

The Cree Indians used an infusion of the inner bark of The Aspen Tree as a remedy for coughs.

Categories: Cool Tree Facts, Medicine Trees (Historically and Current), Benefits of Trees

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