12 Reasons for using Pine Needles


There are literally a dozen reasons for having pine needles handy at home!

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Pine Needle Tea
Dried Pine Needles


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Detox and reverse the jab damage

 If you got the jab, drink pine needle tea to detox and reverse the damaging effects done to your body.If you are planning to get the jab, start a pine needle tea-drinking regimen a week earlier before you get the jab.

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Pine needles are rich in Vitamin C, the vitamin that helps you ward off colds and flu and other seasonal ailments. A tea made from pine needles are excellent for improving general immunity. The needles from your Christmas trees may be quite handy, but they are likely to be sprayed with chemicals or colors.

Making Pine Needle Tea is easy. Just cut up the green leaves and place them in a bowl. Pour boiling water over them and put the lid on. Strain out the infusion after 15-20 minutes for a warm, refreshing drink that will keep you healthy and strong.


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Guaranteed to improve your eyesight

Pine needles are a good source of Vitamin A and other carotenoids that promote eyesight. Drinking the tea regularly may help protect your eyes against macular degeneration and age-associated blindness. If it is not practical to make fresh pine needle tea often enough, a tincture with alcohol can be used.

To make the tincture, fill a glass jar half way with fresh or dried pine needles. Cover with the best quality alcohol you can get. 40% vodka is a good choice. Place the jar in a warm place for 4-6 weeks, shaking it at least once every day. Drain out the alcohol into clean glass bottles with stoppers. All the goodness of the pine needles will have been extracted into the alcohol so that you can use this for daily multivitamin supply. Take 10 to 15 drops in a cup of water or herbal tea.

Testimony of one of our customers: “I bought a bag of Pine Needles to combat the jab effects. I am in my early 50s and a year ago my eyesight was failing. I could not see details on my desktop monitor nor could I see details on my phone’s screen nor on my fitness watch screen anymore. So, I reluctantly started using my +1 prescription glasses.3 days after I started my pine needle tea regimen, I was back to work on my computer and somehow, I had forgotten to put on my glasses. I realized that minutes later, after I started my work on the computer. I could not believe that I could see my monitor details clearly. I was not sure what had happened.

I thought back what had happened the past several days that contributed to this. Then I realized that the only recent change was that, 3 days ago I had started pine needle tea. But I had to test and see if that was indeed the case. So, I stopped drinking tea for 2 days. And my eyesight was back to its usual blurriness when looking at the screen. I had to use my glasses again. I restarted the pine needle tea regimen again, and my eyesight was back again in about 3 days’ time. I’ve been drinking pine needle tea for the last 6 months now. The only downside is that I need to drink at least 2 cups of pine needle tea every day to maintain my eyesight. But that is ok, because I do not need my glasses to see my phone screen, fitness watch screen, and desktop monitor anymore.”


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Reduce pore size and fine wrinkles

Pine needles have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. Use the tea as a face wash to remove excess oil and prevent acne. Thanks to the astringent elements in them, the tea pulls the skin together, reducing pore size and fine wrinkles.


Pine Needle Tea
Promotes healthy hair

Pine needle tea can be used to treat itchy scalp and dandruff. Wash the hair frequently with diluted tea. Another alternative is pine needle tincture. Add 5-10 drops to your shampoo or conditioner and wash off after a few minutes. For better results, use ten drops in a cup of water as a final hair rinse.


Pine Needle Tea
Relieve tiredness

Drinking a cup of Pine Needle Tea can be invigorating when you’re fatigued by hard work. Gather a handful of pine needles and put them in a mason jar containing fresh water. Put the lid on and place the jar where it will get sunlight. Strain out this solar infusion after 3-4 hours. You can add lime juice and sugar or honey to taste. This refreshing drink has none of the sharp taste of pine tea made with boiling water.


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Used for anti-aging benefits

The strong antioxidant action of the pine needle tea may help prevent premature aging due to UV radiation. Drinking the tea and applying the tincture on skin exposed to the sun may help reduce the damage to the skin tissue. The high vitamin C content helps in the production of collagen, the skin protein that helps keep the skin smooth and supple.


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Promotes healthy feet

Pine needle tea is naturally antiseptic. It can be used to wash cuts and wounds to prevent infections. Prepare a warm tea with the needles and pour it into a large basin or footbath. Place the feet in the infusion for 20-30 minutes to protect against bacterial as well as fungal infections like athlete’s foot. It will also help relieve foot swelling and fatigue at the end of the day.


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Improves blood circulation

Oil extracted from pine trees have a long history of being used topically for relieving pain and swelling due to arthritis and rheumatism. The volatile compounds in the oil improve blood circulation and reduce inflammation. The tincture of pine needles contains the same active ingredients that provide relief, but without the skin irritation (some individuals may experience) associated with the application of oil.

#10. PINE NEEDLES PREVENT ANEMIA (A deficiency of red blood cells)

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Left -Normal RBC  Right-Anemic RBC

Drinking pine needle tea can reportedly prevent and treat anemia. The active substances in the needles increase red blood cells besides improving blood circulation.


Relieves inflammation


Pine needle tea is excellent for treating respiratory problems, especially chest and sinus congestion due to the accumulation of phlegm. It acts as an expectorant, lightening the mucus and helping it to be coughed up. The tea is also soothing for an irritated mucous lining and helps relieve excessive coughing.


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Pine needles have strong anti-bacterial properties

Warm pine needle tea, or a few drops of tincture added to a cup of warm water, can be used as a throat gargle to protect against and treat a sore throat. Drinking the tea helps fight bacterial infections in the mouth and respiratory tract.

Caution: A few pines and other conifers are inedible or even toxic. Livestock and pets are particularly vulnerable to these toxins. Some pines to avoid are lodgepole pine (P.contorta), Monterey pine (P. radiata), and Norfolk Island pine (Araucaria spp.). Teas made from pine leaves, especially those of Ponderosa pine, should be avoided during pregnancy. The leaves are not toxic per se, but the potent chemicals in them can cause uterine contractions that may result in miscarriage. All parts of yew are poisonous, except for the bright red arils. Make sure that you know your pines well before bringing home boughs and needles.

Not to worry, we have the right species of  dried edible pine needles at our store for your convenience. Dried pine needles have the same potency as fresh pine needles and can be stored for 2 years once the package is opened.

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