PINE NEEDLE TEA
A few months ago, I met an outstanding girl named Adelaine. She was a woman of God, bright, beautiful, and brilliant in so many ways. However, unfortunately for all who know her, she was unluckily inflicted with cancer. So many organic remedies could have eased her pain and soothed her fight, but how could she use them if she did not know of their existence?
Pine needle tea is one of those traditional medicines. It is an antioxidant, antimutagenic, and antitumoral herb. Having been proven to help those with cancer, the vitamin C-packed immunity booster improves hair and skin regeneration. It can also assist in clearing your mental state, helping with clarity and depression.
With the winter seasons come cold, flu, and sinus infections. Pine needle tea helps alleviate chest congestion and coughs, helping to soothe sore throats. It also naturally helps with heart diseases, obesity, allergies, and varicose veins. Additionally, it was used culturally! Taoist priests and indigenous people drank pine needle tea because they believed it lengthened their lives. Many years later, it would be scientifically proven that pine needle tea can help slow aging processes.
You may be wondering how to make pine needle tea. Well, collect pine needles. Then, boil water and infuse the pine needles once thoroughly steamed. Boom, there is your pine needle tea!
Pine Needle Tea Recipe
2 tablespoons fresh pine needles
1 cup boiled, hot water
Honey to taste
Remove pine needles from the tree.
Place pine needles in a tea strainer.
Pour water through and drink while hot.