Take a walk along the 1.5 kilometer Medicine Trail and see the special plants used in traditional Mi’kmaq Medicine. The Medicine Trail is a special and spiritual place that represents the Mi’kmaq’s close relationship with Mother Earth. Along the trail you will find the rare black ash, its wood used to make baskets; the Yellow birch flowers, which is used to make tea; Wild Sarsaparilla with the root used to make tea for an all-purpose medicine; Sweetfern, with the leaves and twigs used to make tea and poultices for the treatment of poison ivy rash and other external sores.