Balsam Fir - Abies Balsamea
Native to Eastern and Central Canada.
Commonly called blister or balm-of-Gilead fir.
It survives the cold winters robustly.
Traditionally used for fever, rheumatic pain, respiratory or sinus infections, and for calming nervousness.
Try it with grapefruit for warm, tropical blend that warms your heart, eases chest congestion, and improves your circulation.
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