Cedar Berries – wildcrafted
Botanical Name: Juniperus monosperma
The Indians of the Southwest not only used the fruit of the Juniperus monosperma, but the leaves and the wood as well – and not just as a therapeutic herb. In fact, the dried wood when burned gives off a fragrant smoke, which some Native American peoples use to ritually purify the air in religious ceremonies. When made into a tincture, these wildcrafted herbs provide a safe, organic dye for fabric.
Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy. Not for use exceeding 6 weeks in succession. Use with caution in persons with inflammatory kidney disease.
sold by the ounce.