Harvested freshly from the Ozark Mountains, the Cedar grows wild and clean there. Taken from outside branches, the tips have the best health benefits.
Cedar is a medicinal plant and has been used to treat fevers, chest colds, and flu-like symptoms. It also contains a large amount of vitamin C. But like everything, consuming too much of one thing is never good for your body. And in this case, it is recommended that you drink no more than 3 cups of cedar tea per week.
In a pot, place the fresh cedar leaves into the boiling water, and let them soak until the water becomes golden brown. You may decide to dump the first batch of boiled water and make a second one, since the first batch sometimes collects the dirt particles from the leaves.