Pro Life Pine Needle Tea


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    Pine has been used since the Middle Ages for its powerful benefits and was a favourite traditional plant for Native Americans. Taoist priests drank pine needle tea as they believed it made them live longer. Naturally rich in astonishing nutrients and antioxidants, Pine Needle Tea, also known as Christmas Tree Tea or Holiday Tea, is a pleasant tea to enjoy anytime of the day and all year round.

    Pine needles are rich in vitamin C (5 times the concentration of vitamin C found in lemons) and can bring relief to conditions such as heart disease, varicose veins, skin complaints and fatigue. It’s also a good immune booster for illness & infections.

    Pine needle tea also contains high levels of Vitamin A, which is good for your eyesight, improves hair and skin regeneration and improves red blood cell production.

    It can be used as an expectorant for coughs and to help relieve chest congestion; it is also good for sore throats. And it can also help with depression, obesity, allergies and high blood pressure.

    Pine needles contain antioxidants. These reduce free radicals, which are harmful to humans and can cause disease.

    Pine needles contain Suramin which is 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.

    Researchers at the University of Maine at Orono say they’ve found a new and relatively easy way to extract shikimic acid — a key ingredient in the drug Tamiflu — from pine tree needles by steeping in hot water.

    Ingredients: Blend of New Zealand Pine Needles (Pseudotsuga menziesii [Douglas Fir] and Pinus Radiata [Monterey Pine]).

    Suggested Use: Infuse 1-2 teabags in boiling water for 10-15 minutes before drinking to fully capture the flavour and herbal benefits. Add honey to sweeten if desired. Use up to three times daily.

    Cautions: Avoid during pregnancy and lactation or have allergies to pine trees or similar plants. Seek professional health advice if suffering from a medical condition or taking medications before taking this tea.

    Read this blog, The Astounding Benefits Of Pine Needle Tea for more information.

    To make your own tea from pine needles click here.