Medicine Bag brings back childhood memories of my Moshum's (Grandpa's) Medicine Bag. It was kept in his van and never brought in the house. I could never figure out why until just these last few years.
Traditional Indigenous medicines that were apart of their culture at one time was taken from them because of Colonialism and told they were bad. I'm assuming at one point my Grandpa wanted this part of their culture back to help heal him when he was sick. I recall him always having rat root on hand and pulled it out when I would get sick as a child. He would say. My girl! Chew this! If you've ever had rat root you know it doesn't taste pleasant. I can still taste that bitterness when I think of it. He had other things in there as well. However, I never forgot that Rat Root!
This Medicine Bag Tea Blend may not be Traditional Indigenous Medicine. It still contains everything that you would want to have on hand when you start to feel a cold coming on. Like Elderberries, Rosehips and Sage along with some other lovely ingredients.