Pine Needle Tea as a Potential Antidote for Transmission of Spike Protein

Reprinted from Principia Scientifica

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From a reprint of an article by deeprootsathome.com

Like it or not, it appears that this Covid vaccine is being shoved at us with unwavering aim. Whether you took the vaccine or not, there are many around you that have. 

If you are one of those people who must get the vaccine (work, travel, or whatever other reason) I’ve written elsewhere about a doctor who recommends a “cocktail” of vitamins and minerals that will maximize your body’s ability to negate the effects of the vaccine and to effectively render it harmless in your system. You can read about that here.

But there is this issue of “shedding” or being susceptible to picking up these weird spike proteins from others around you.

Many doctors, epidemiologist and vaccine researchers have recently been reporting about the phenomenon of covid vaccine “shedding” or transmission where vaccinated people are spreading harmful particles – bits and pieces of “Covid DNA,” so to speak – to others around them.

So how do you protect yourself from this spike protein?

Well, first, let’s take a look and see what this is all about, and why you need to be aware of it.

Pharma industry insiders such as Dr. Michael Yeadon and Belgian Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, internationally renowned Dr. Peter Mccullough, and Dr. Judy Mikovits have been warning us.

And the prestigious Salk Institute has authored a bombshell revealing that the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein is what’s actually causing vascular damage in covid patients and covid vaccine recipients, promoting the strokes, heart attacks, migraines, blood clots and other harmful reactions that have already killed thousands of Americans.

Critically, all four covid vaccine brands currently in widespread use either inject patients with the spike protein or, via mRNA technology, instruct the patient’s own body to manufacture spike proteins and release them into their own blood. This floods the patient’s body with the very spike protein that the Salk Institute has now identified as the smoking gun cause of vascular damage and related events (such as blood clots, which are killing many people who take the vaccines). (source)

Put simply, it means the vaccines were designed to contain the very element that’s killing people. The false assumption of the vaccine industry is that the spike protein is “inert” and harmless. The Salk Institute proves this assumption to be dangerously inaccurate.” (source)

 

Can this synthetic “spike protein” be spread from those vaccinated to the unvaccinated around them?

Well, as it turns out, it seems the concept isn’t just theoretical. Page number 45 from this PDF produced by Johns Hopkins University says that self-spreading vaccines already exist and are used to spread the vaccine “without requiring each individual to be inoculated.”

Apparently, Pfizer, too, says their experimental mRNA BioNTech injection transmits “when a person receives unplanned direct contact”. [Click To View Full PDF: See Occupational Exposure (Page 69)].

Is this technology effecitively “vaccinating” the unvaccinated people who make “unplanned contact” with the mRNA injected/vaccinated?

I’m not sure about this. Opinions differ, and this seems to happen often depending on the scientist’s or doctor’s otherwise worldview.

I’ve heard many stories like this – of nurses who are unvaccinated, but when they go to work in the hospital with all the other nurses who have been vaccinated, they start to have menstrual flow all day long until they leave work. I’m not going to say it is impossible, when so many well-qualified immunologists and other healthcare professionals raise the flag that this is a real phenomenon.

So is there an antidote for this “Spike Protein Transmission?”

If you’re into natural medicine, you’ll already be aware how there are often naturally occurring substances that have wonderful healthful properites.

In an article from Simplelists.com,

“Dr. Judy Mikovits (1 min. MP4 is here) has revealed that the medical establishment has known all along about the antidote to the contagion – a contagion that is now being seen today by thousands of people who have not taken the serum, but have merely come in close proximity with others who have taken the jab.

Apparently, Suramin has been a closely guarded secret not made openly available to the masses during this “pandemic”, yet is an effective solution for parasites and viruses and provides an antidote for those affected by the spike protein “contagion”.

Surely anyone can make this antidote, as a pine needle tea, which would be extremely similar to Suramin, from pines that are native to the Northern Hemisphere and in many people’s backyards.

You can read the whole article to see the connection between Suramin and pine needle tea to decide for yourself.

“Deep roots at home” publishes a recipe reproduced below (and also how to ID the right pines).

Note: this is apparently not safe for pregnant or nursing mothers.

More excerpts from this Mike Adams article and Simplelists (the original article) follow:

Fresh pine needles from appropriate trees have been used for centuries as sources of vitamin C and other phytochemicals that Native Americans used to treat respiratory infections and other ailments.  Pine needles contain many other substances that appear to reduce platelet aggregation in the blood, potentially preventing blood clots that lead to strokes, heart attacks and pulmonary embolism diagnoses. (See published science sources below.)

Many people now believe pine needles may be able to offer protection from covid spike proteins — which are engineered bioweapons found in covid vaccines — as well as covid vaccine “shedding” particles, which also appear to be biological weapons designed to achieve global depopulation.”

 

The Trail from Suramin to Pine Needle Tea

Suramin provides an antidote for those affected by the spike protein “contagion”.

From the “100 years of Sumarin” study….

Suramin decreases the activities of a large number of enzymes involved in DNA and RNA synthesis and modification: DNA polymerases (103,104), RNA polymerases (103,105,106), reverse transcriptase (18,103), telomerase (67), and enzymes involved in winding/unwinding of DNA (107,108) are inhibited by suramin, as well as histone- and chromatin-modifying enzymes like chromobox proteins (109), methyltransferases (110), and sirtuin histone deacetylases (111).

The takeaway is that suramin seems to “tone down” the DNA and RNA modification process.

This comment in the Study also reveals Suramin’s ability to inhibit micro-clots:

Suramin also showed inhibitory effects against components of the coagulation cascade (71130) … Excessive coagulation causes blood clots, mini-clots, strokes, and unusually heavy menstrual cycles. There is a indirect relationship between Suramin (the isolated extract) and pine needle tea because Suramin is a derivative of the oils in pine needles

Research published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology, shows that a water extract (tea) from pine needles showed high levels of antioxidants and DNA-protective properties. [11]

We know there are far more benefits derived from the whole herb than those derived from an isolated part. It would be logical that those who maintain high levels of health are not affected by either the v. serum nor the transmitted contagion. Come winter when the spike protein in their bodies will be challenged with new pathogens, we will all discover our true levels of health. Anyone depleted health-wise, (which can be said of many of us today), are being affected to varying degrees.

 

It is critical that you choose the right pine needles.

SAFE: Experts recommend using eastern white pine and noble fir (like Douglas fir) as safe to drink.

UNSAFE: Some of the most well known toxic varieties include the ponderosa pine, balsam fir, lodgepole, and Monterey pines. Avoid them. Do thorough research or acquire pine needles from a trained herbalist or natural medicine practitioner. [1] [2] There are also toxic imitators, such as the English Yew, Norfolk Island pine, and the Yew pine. These should never be used to brew pine needle tea.

 

Pine needle tea is apparently also shown to be a good antioxidant, antidepressant, antibacterial, antiviral, antitumor, anti-inflammatory, immune system-boosting, cardiovascular-protecting, triglyceride-reducing, and more. Pine tea also kills parasites and helps autism.

CONTRAINDICATIONS:

Pregnancy: The USDA cautioned against the ingestion of ponderosa pine needles. Given the toxicity of some pine species, it is best to avoid drinking this tea if you are pregnant. 

Allergy: You should also be aware of any potential allergies to pine trees. It is recommended that you only try about half a cup in the beginning.

See more here: deeprootsathome.com

For a quick guide on how to make pine needle tea, you can get some good direction over at wikihow.

For how to identify that you have the right pine tree and you’re safe to use it for tea? Well, you could always defer to the experts. Many health food stores will direct you to the right product so that you’ll not end up “safe from covid but dead from pine tree poisoning.”

Stick to the eastern white pine tree.

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