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Carrier Traditional Medicines Part 5 – Animal Medicine
September 28, 2016

Our final traditional medicine blog post features information shared by our research participants on animal medicines.

Carrier Traditional Medicines Part 4 - Preparation, Intent and Sharing Medicine
August 24, 2016

This post contains some of the knowledge shared from the our Traditional Medicine Resarch Project participants around harvesting and preparation of...

Carrier Traditional Medicines Part 3 - Types of Healing
July 27, 2016

In this third blog post in our Traditional Medicines Series we will explore the different types of healing identified by our research participants...

Carrier Traditional Medicines Part 2 - Respect When Harvesting Plants
June 30, 2016

In this second article in the Carrier Traditional Medicines series, we explore some of the philosophy around respect when harvesting traditional...

Carrier Traditional Medicines Part 1- 2003 Research Project
June 29, 2016

An overview of a research project conducted in 2003 by CSFS to preserve Carrier traditional medicine is provided in this article, along with photos...

Nah 'wess "Soap Berries" with Sarah Hein
June 29, 2016

CSFS Nurse Educator and member of Stellaquo Sarah Hein shares information about the Carrier medicine and 'indian icecream' whipped treat Nah 'wess,...

Carrier 101 - Basic Potlach Protocols
May 20, 2016

An important part of the Carrier Sekani Family Services mandate is to provide culturally relevant and safe services for our citizens. It is our...

G'oos "Cow Parsnip" - Traditional Carrier First Nations Vegetables & Medicines
April 20, 2016

This article outlines the traditional Carrier First Nations food and medicininal use for G'oos (pronounced G-wus), otherwise known as Cow Parsnip....

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