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Larix laricina (DuRoi) K. Koch, Pinaceae

Larch or Tamarack is a deciduous conifer, growing in bogs and swamps in northern Saskatchewan. Larch bark is known to be the richest and most abundant source of arabinogalactan - a strong immune system booster. The outer and inner bark are combined to prepare a cup of vitalizing larch bark tisane. The taste is pine-like and somewhat bitter-sweet. For bark tisanes, it`s best to pulverize the desired quantity of plant material in a coffee grinder or food processor, then prepare the infusion, and strain the liquid through a coffee filter. Bark tisanes tend to be strong infusions. You can add a strong larch bark infusion to an invigorating bath. Lovely larch bark indeed.

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Larch bark is rich in arabinogalactan, enzymes, minerals, antiseptic terpenes, and vitamins. Larch bark tea strengthens your immune system and is used for rheumatism and skin ailments. We wild-harvest larch bark in early spring in the wilderness of northern Saskatchewan.

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