Grand Fir (Abies grandis)
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The aromatic leaves are used as a moth repellent. The boughs have been used in the home as an incense.
A pink dye can be obtained from the bark.
The dried and hardened pitch can be chewed as a tooth cleanser.
A powder made from the dried and crushed leaves was used as a baby powder by the N. American Indians.
The bark can be used as a waterproof covering material for buildings and canoes.
Wood – light, soft, coarse grained, not strong, not very durable. Used for interior work, cases, etc[46, 61, 82]. Of little value as a lumber, it is used mainly for pulp and fuel[229, 257].
Cultivation & Habitat
Become ungovernable, break the chains of the matrix; grow and forage your own food and medicine.
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