"Licking," "Lick it"
Food and Medicinal Uses:
The bark of chewó:lhp was peeled in spring and early-summer, and the sxá:meth (sap-like cambium layer) was licked off or scraped and eaten.
Medicine for pain, rheumatism, sore throat, tuberculosis, and an antiseptic.
Parts of chewó:lhp are used to treat skin irritations, burns, and inflammation.
Chewó:lhp was sometimes made into canoes, which were lighter than those made from Xpá:y (cedar).