Wild Mint

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SEARHC publishes a Southeast Alaska Traditional Foods Guide

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In Southeast Alaska, field mint/wild mint (Kóoshdaa Náakw) can be gathered in late spring before the flowers are in bloom. A cool mint compress on your forehead can help with headaches and help relieve stress. The leaves can be steeped in water to make a delicious, relaxing tea. Getting outside and harvesting mint can also support your physical activity goals. Gather some friends, and head outside to find some wild mint. Visit http://ow.ly/Yhu450Jl9mE for more information to learn more about how to Harvest for your Health.