Pine needle Tea is one of the most potent anti-oxidants known to man and it’s a super food too. You can eat the tips of Pine, Spruce, Fir and Cedar but make sure you identify the tree because there are some which aren't as beneficial as others and can be poisonous such as the sitka spruce.
We use the very best Pine needles from the forest. The oil has been known to treat cancer, inflammation, stress, depression, pain, respiratory infections like pneumonia, influenza and is a possible treatment for C19.
Our pine needles are dried and prepared ready for you. Not only does it make a delicious tea, we've added mint undertones to refresh you and it also helps to kill parasites too. We've identified the best, fresh young pine needles and make sure they are quality checked, taking the pain out of you having to do it, such as from so many other suppliers.
There is something magical about the forest. The soul has always been linked with the forest. The green colour is calming; the gentle rustling of the leaves and pine needles is like music. There's a feel good factor in the forest. The forest provides protection and peace. Hiking in summer, gathering berries and mushrooms or simply a gentle walk through the woods.
The People’s Antidote
Now the people have a suggested antidote to spike proteins, and it is readily available in the form of pine needle tea. How do we know this? Because Suramin is a derivative of the oils in pine needles.
The whole herbal source (needles) is superior to the single compound extract (Suramin) – because the needles possess a full complement of phytonutrients providing numerous additional benefits that the extract is incapable of.
Our Pine Needles Tea is harvested in the forests of Romania. Once picked, we can then ensure fresh quality by bagging it immediately for you.
It is so easy to make your Pine Needle Tea. Simply use enough water to cover the needles. Bring water to a boil, remove it from the heat and deposit the needles into the hot water. Immediately cover your pan. Place your pan on a second burner which is already turned to low and let your tea simmer on lowest heat for 15-20 minutes.
Be sure to keep the lid on while it simmers and keep covered for three minutes before removing your tea from the burner. You want to keep all essential Pine oil trapped inside your tea water so they do not evaporate out because this contains the most vital nutrients as well as the possible spike protein antidote.
Pine needles and Pine tea are a super food and super antioxidant when used in moderation. It’s safe for everyone and will give a tremendous boost to your immune system, lift your mood and increase your energy.
Everyone must avoid Ponderosa Pine, especially pregnant women because it is both abortifacient and toxic. Also avoid mistaking the Yew tree for Pine which looks similar and grows among Pine but is not in the same family of trees. Yew is known to cause abortions in 5-8% of cattle. All other Pine is edible.
Expectant mothers must be careful not to consume too much or too strong concentrates of the Pine needle tea to avoid excessive detoxifying. Pine needles have been used for thousands of years as a dietary supplement.
It has been said that we're possibly being hit with bioweapons at the moment, so we suggest drinking at least 3 to 6 cups of Pine needle tea each day. Your body will crave this nutritious tea and will tell you how much to consume. If you have a strong detox reaction reduce your intake.