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Many healing properties of herbs — such as mint or chamomile — are well known. Lesser known, but just as useful are the leaves, bark and other parts of trees.
Birch leaves, for instance, can be used medicinally to treat gastrointestinal ailments and sore muscles, and as a tea to treat gout. The cambium wood layer can be cut into strips and boiled to create edible “birch noodles.”