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In the forests of deciduous trees in the Canada region, there is only one large conifer: the pruchery. The prucue is among the rare conifers which have the capacity to "repel old wood", that is to say to produce new branches even when it is cut to the lively. Very powerful on the nervous sphere, it is the oil of the transition to something else, it greatly facilitates letting go, it stimulates positive thought and the imagination ... The natives of North America were used Canada pruchered leafy twigs to make tea and take steam baths. The tea infused with internal bark was a remedy for colds, fever, diarrhea, stomach aches and scurvy.