Pine Needle Tea Is a Must Have in Your Preparedness Pantry

Pine needle tea is one of those age-old remedies that was forgotten in these modern days of pharmaceuticals. It's time this tea made a comeback. Here are some reasons why this tea is a must-have in your preparedness pantry.

The reasons you need pine needle tea and how to make it.

Pine Needle Tea and Covid - What Is the Connection?

Covid vaccines appear to be spreading spike proteins to others. Even if you didn’t get the vaccine yourself, you likely have been exposed to these proteins anytime you were in a crowded area. Those spike proteins can cause problems, including headaches and unexplained bleeding.

Last fall, I attended a conference where there was a multitude of people around. I suddenly developed unexplained nosebleeds, where the blood was suddenly gushing out of my nose. I also developed headaches. The editor of The Covid Blog suffered similar headaches after traveling on an airplane. I ordered white pin needle tea and began drinking it daily. My headaches disappeared along with the nosebleeds.

Pine needles are used to make pine needle tea.
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Spike proteins are supposed to cause clotting rather than thinner blood. My nosebleeds may not have been a result of the spike proteins. I do find it interesting, however, that they stopped when I started drinking pine needle tea.

Another acquaintance of mine who had gone through menopause several years earlier began experiencing menstrual bleeding. She hadn’t taken the vaccine either, but she worked in an area where most of her colleagues had taken the vaccine and all of the boosters. After drinking the tea for about a week, the bleeding stopped.

This amazing tea can stop those spike proteins from causing harm in your body. It's a good preventative to have on hand.

What Is the Benefit of Pine Needle Tea?

Pine needles contain shikimic acid and suramin. Shikimic acid is a powerful weapon against the flu other respiratory illnesses. It also halts blood clots.

Suramin, an ingredient found in white pine needles is an antidote to harmful spike proteins. Tea made from white pine needles is a powerful antioxidant. It also combats inflammation, cancer, respiratory infections and pain. It’s been known to kill parasites as well.

Pine needle tea is an excellent source of vitamin A and helps you think more clearly. Other benefits of drinking pine needle tea include the following:

  • Treats skin disorders, including boils, eczema, psoriasis, acne and Athlete’s foot.
  • Strengthens your immunity
  • Bolsters your muscles and protects you from eye diseases
  • Prevents kidney stones
  • Lowers hypertension
  • Inhibits the growth of tumors

Is Pine Needle Tea Safe?

Pine needle tea is very safe so long as you find the right species of pine. While pine trees are the best source. AVOID the following trees, as they’re toxic:

  • Australian Pine
  • Common Juniper
  • Common Yew
  • Shore Pine
  • Cypress
  • Norfolk Pine
  • Ponderosa Pine

Always look for a white pine tree instead. If they don’t grow in your area, order them online.

White pine needle tea is safe and has been enjoyed by indigenous populations for centuries. It’s used by the Chinese as traditional medicine.

The Native Americans used pine needle tea to treat respiratory infections. They help prevent blood clots that lead to heart attacks, strokes, and pulmonary embolisms.

Where Can I Find White Pine Needle Tea Bags?

I get mine from this seller on Etsy. The needles are of excellent quality. They’re offered in different flavors, including peppermint and lavender.

What Is the Recipe for Pine Needle Tea?

It’s important to follow a few steps so you can extract as much of the virus and clotting agents from the needles as possible. Bring between 2-5 cups of water to a boil and then remove the pot from the heat and let it sit for one minute. Then add the tea bags.

Return the pot to the stove and turn the heat to low. Simmer the tea on low for 30 minutes. Sweeten the tea with either honey or stevia and enjoy.

Can I Harvest My Own Pine Needles for Pine Needle Tea?

You can harvest your own white pine needles for tea so long as you make sure you are gathering needles from a white pine tree. The white pine tree grows in the eastern portion of the United States, although it grows in some parts of Texas as well. The tree prefers acidic soil. It has a straight trunk and can grow 100 feet tall.

Its needles are greenish blue and are about two and a half inches long. The white pine is a coniferous tree, meaning it produces pine cones that are yellowish-brown and grow to about six inches long.

Collect newer needles and place them in a tea bag. You can find them here.

Natural medicine is always best when fighting viruses and other health issues. Homeopathic medicine is an excellent way to fight illnesses. Also, don't forget the power of vitamin C

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