Sharing Medicines: Balsam Bark, Poplar Bark, Sage, Sweetgrass, and Wihkes. – YouTube

Sharing MedicinesThis is how they do it in Pine Creek, but don’t co-opt Indigenous practices from far off because they seem exotic. This should teach you why it’s important to learn your ancestral and local medicines from your people and the local Indigenous people if you can find them. Be one with the patch of Earth you live on and eat from and pray from. Even if your way isn’t traditional, it needs to be respectful. Walk softly on this Earth, and be mindful of the way of both the small and the large, the sun baked and cave moist, the embrace and the venom.


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