Kick the cold out of ya’ tea

Published on March 30, 2014 by Carol

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White cedar needles

Tribal Affiliation: Akwesasne mohawk

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Orgin of Recipe: Offered by Justin Crowfox haner

Type of Dish: Contemporary & Traditional


  • Two Large handfulls White cedar needles
  • Tea pot worth of water
  • Honey
  • REAL Lemon Juice(not the fake stuff)
  • Directions:
    Put needles straight into water. Boil until water is a rich green color. Remove from heat, sift out needles and mix a cup of tea with a tsp of honey and lemon juice to taste. Enjoy and kick the cold out of ya!

    Note: I have been drinking this ever since I was very young growing up in the adirondack wilderness. It has every vitamin know to man in it and if you drink it for a day or two it will get rid of any cold you can get.

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