Pine Needle Tea - Pinus Sylvestris 50gm

$32.50
Size
50gm
Pine Needle Tea

Pine Needle tea benefits the immune system and speeds healing as it contains 4-5 times more vitamin C than orange juice.

Pine Needles are the best natural source of suramin and are used to prevent blood clots, protect DNA and RNA, improve circulation, and regulate blood pressure.

USE:

Put a teaspoon of pine needles into a 200ml cup of boiled water. Cover it and let it steep for 10 minutes. Strain and drink a cup 2-3 times per day.

Approximately 30 serves in 50gms.

 

BENEFITS:

Immune System Boost

The most impressive fact about pine needle tea is that it contains 4-5 times more vitamin C than orange juice, which is commonly praised for its immune-boosting properties. This high dose of vitamin C may stimulate the production of white blood cells, promote antioxidant activity throughout the body, lower your risk of chronic disease, and speed healing and collagen production.

Natural Suramin Source

Pine needles are the best natural source of suramin.

A powerful antiviral, suramin is also noted to help the body through post-medical procedures, both more complex surgeries, but also simple ones.

Suramin pine needle benefits are believed to be particularly helpful for blood clots, protecting your DNA and RNA, while antioxidants, also found in pine needles, help protect your heart, brain, liver, and other organs.

Respiratory Conditions

Pine needle tea was often used by indigenous cultures for its expectorant and decongestant qualities. It can force mucus and phlegm to be expelled, which effectively eliminates the bacteria and other pathogens living there. The decongestant nature helps to clear out your sinuses and relieve pressure and sinus headaches.

Depression

Pine needles, whether we take them as a tea or as a tincture may help us combat depression and gain increased mental clarity, as well as relax and sleep better.

Vision Health

Vitamin A is found in a notable concentration in pine needle tea. This antioxidant vitamin specifically helps with vision health, and can help to prevent oxidative stress in and around the tissues of the eye, slowing down the onset of cataracts and preventing macular degeneration.

Blood Pressure

Oxidative stress in obese people can be a deadly combination, and can lead to higher rates of atherosclerosis, heart attacks and strokes. The antioxidants in pine oil, such as carotenoidssterols and polyphenolic compounds, may help to lower inflammation and blood pressure in the cardiovascular system, and may protect the body from these potentially fatal health conditions.

Speed Healing

As mentioned, vitamin C is found in high quantities in this tea, and it is a key component in collagen production. Without collagen, we couldn’t regenerate tissues, muscle fibers, bone, tendons, organ tissue or skin, so if you have suffered an illness or injury, a huge boost of vitamin C in the body is necessary.

Prevent Chronic Disease

Research has been done on pine needles effect on chronic diseases, such as cancer, heart disease and even autoimmune disease. The high and diverse antioxidant concentration in the tea counteracts the effects of free radicals and may protect the body from these conditions.

Circulation

Some of the volatile components in pine needle tea are necessary for the production of red blood cells, including vitamin A. This can help to boost your production of red blood cells, thus improving circulation and delivering essential nutrients to extremities in the body.

Cognitive Function

Early studies on the effect of this potent tea on Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases has shown promising early results. The antioxidants in this tea can reduce the plaque in the brain that compromises neural connections and impairs memory.