SHOP: “Vaccine”detox Pinus Sylvestris pine needle tea

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White Pine Needle Tea is one of the most potent anti-oxidants there is and it’s known to treat cancer, inflammation, stress and depression, pain and respiratory infections.

Pine needle tea also kills parasites. Boiling fresh pine needles in order to make a tea is an extraction method that’s commonly used in food science. Pine needle tea contains Suramin, which Dr. Mikovits says is an Antidote. It offers protection against covid “vaccine shedding” which appears to be where vaccinated people are spreading harmful particles.

100% whole pine needles (Pinus sylvestris)

How to use: These pine needles are suitable for making a delicious cup of tea. The pine smell makes you think of cozy and warm winter evenings. The tea has a rather subtle flavor. Although you would expect pine needle tea to taste bitter or intense, it has subtle citrus notes like a floral, hoppy ale.

For a cup of tea, add two teaspoons of pine needles to a cup of tea and then let it steep for 20 minutes.

General Information:

Do not use during pregnancy. Consult a physician, therapist or expert before using plants in case of pregnancy, period of breastfeeding, medication use and illness. Plants may have side effects, contraindications and interactions with other medications.

You can order Pinus Sylvestris pine needle tea here

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