The main benefit of Cedar tea is common knowledge among the woodsman in the North. When the Europeans first came to North America, they suffered during the wintertime from diseases resulting from a lack of Vitamin C. Cedar tea had enough Vitamin C to keep them healthy, and was easy to make. Cedar was very easy to find and harvest. Today, we know about the dangerous properties of Cedar which can be toxic and even deadly if too much Cedar tea is consumed. This article will cover the benefits of Cedar tea as well as overdose warnings and useage amounts. Read on to find out how and where to harvest this sacred tree. Where Do Cedar Trees Grow? There are different types of cedar trees: red, white, bay and dozens others (find them on Wikipedia here). They grow in hardiness zones 2 – 9, which is pretty much all of the United…