Leaves were used to make a tea by the Colonists after dumping all the tea into the Boston Harbor. Someone brewed the leaves of the Goldenrod and it was called "Liberty Tea."
    Indians used a tea of  the leaves for intestinal disorders  and the flowering tops were used for colic.


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