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What is so good about Pine Needle tincture? 

It is very rich in vitamin C  (five times the concentration found in lemons) and Vit A which is good for eyesight and improves blood red cell production.

It can bring relief to conditions such as heart disease, varicose veins, skin complaints and fatigue

Vit. C is a powerful immune booster so Pine Needle tincture can fight infections and illness.

It can be used as an expectorant for coughs and to help relieve chest congestion and sore throats

It can help with depression, obesity, allergies and high blood pressure

Pine needles contain anti oxidants, these reduce free radicals which are harmful to humans and cause disease

It can help slow the ageing process

A more modern use for Pine Needle tincture or tea is that it can prevent the damage of spike proteins in the unvaccinated when they are in contact with Covid 19 Vaccinated people.

How does pine needle tincture help against the RNA vaccine?   Suramin, contained in pine needles, 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)  teleomerase (67) and enzymes involved in winding, unwinding of DNZ (107, 108) are inhibited by suramin, as well as histone and chromatim modifying enzymes like chromobox proteins (109) methyltransferases (110) and sirtun histone de-acetylases (111).  “this is medical-speak for inhibiting inappropriate replication and modification of RNA and DNA.”

Take your tincture either as a dropper full under the tongue and let absorb into the bloodstream, or add to your daily water bottle.   Pine Needle tea is also effective and radiata pine, white pine or douglas fir (Oregon) needles are both tasty and easily brewed.  Add lemon, ginger or honey to taste. 




Pine Needle Tincture

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