Pine needle tea has been used medicinally for thousands of years due to its many health benefits such as treating colds and flu, hormonal imbalances and complications with vision.
Recently it has grown in popularity due to its possession of Suramin – the powerful antidote that can aid in preventing and treating the Spike Protein Contagion, Coagulation Cascade and has an inhibitory effect in preventing the inappropriate replication and modification of RNA & DNA.
Not only does Suramin protect your DNA and RNA, it is also believed to be particularly helpful for blood clots. While antioxidants, also found in pine needles, help protect your heart, brain, liver, and other organs.
1. Respiratory Health Safeguard
2. Natural Mood Booster & Brain Protector
3. Skin Cleanse
4. Help Allergies
5. Natural expectorant
6. Ease digestion
7. May treat symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). read article here
8. Possible Antidote for Current Spike Protein Contagion. read article here
USES AND PREPARATIONS
Herbal tea brewing
Encapsulation (great for on the go or travelling)
want something for clearing up respiratory congestion and improve lung health? try our mullein for respiratory immune boost
Not into tea brewing and want to save time in your busy schedule? Try our high strength Pine Needle Extract in 500mg capsules
We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using any herbal products, particularly if you are on any medications, pregnant, nursing or having medical procedures.
NOTE: Pine needle and conifer products and teas are NOT suitable for pregnancy and breastfeeding.
There are little to no side effects if you use our pine needle tea. But it is important to consume according to your physical condition and not exceed the recommended dose.
Avoid pine needle if you are taking warfarin, a drug that is used to treat people who have blood clot problems. If you have a weak gastrointestinal tract, use it with caution as it may cause gastrointestinal problems.
People with pine allergies may experience throat irritation, nausea, and diarrhea. In rare cases, the essential oil of pine needle also can cause symptoms such as stomachache and skin rash.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA & TGA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.