The leaves of the high-bush cranberry plant are crushed and applied to relieve bee-stings and burns.
Source: Andre, Alestine, Nan t'aih nakwits'inahtsìh (The Land Gives Us Strength) (2006)
Either the leaves or the whole bladderwort plant including the roots are made into a tea to treat kidney or bladder infection. The bladderwort and the horsetail plant are used in the same way for bladder ailments. Ruth usually makes her bladderwort tea strong but dilutes it before drinking it. Ruth said,
Blueberries are tasty and can be eaten as is or used in jams, pies, muffins, and it’suh, a Gwich’in dessert made from pounded dry fish. As a medicinal tea, the stems and leaves of the blueberry plant can be boiled and taken for cold symptoms.