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Mother Earth Living: Amazing Cure for the Winter Blues: Tree Bark March 01, 2006 6:24 AM

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February 28, 2006
Amazing Cure for the Winter Blues: Tree Bark
by Terry Krautwurst  

Here it is, the last days of the winter blahs: In most parts of the country, it is the season of bleak landscapes, of nature-in-waiting for brighter days. But in some cases, winter’s bleakness is only an illusion. For example, take a closer look at trees — no, not at what’s not there (leaves, fruit, flowers and seeds), but at the natural wonder that cradles, nourishes and protects every tree throughout its lifetime: bark.

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