Tseweta ‘Indian Celery’ Tea


Tseweta is a wild growing green to eat in the spring and the seeds gathered in the late summer to make a tea that is good for you.

Always, on our Great Grandparents wood stove they had a large pot for making tea bundles of medicines were kept in sacks on the wall, and Isobel and Kanu would blend up teas made from the gathered plants, always a pot of tea on to share with family and visitors.

Once a mystery, the shared teachings are returning allowing us to also share these good tea blends with others.

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