American Indians heated the twigs in steam baths to induce sweating for relief of rheumatism, colds and coughs. They applied the bark and twigs externally to stop bleeding wounds and boiling the spruce twigs and cones in maple syrup made beer. Tea was made from bark to treat colds, painful joints and as a laxative.
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