The needles of a pine contain true power, no less than the shoots of this tree. They are a source of vitamin C, thanks to which they will prove useful in the fight against the lack of immunity.
Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) – a species of an evergreen tree from the pine family (Pinaceae). It is commonly found in the areas of Northern and Central Europe (also mountainous) and Eastern Siberia.
Pine needle tea was known centuries ago. In Siberia, it was used to treat all diseases related to the upper respiratory tract. The Russians drank it to relieve sinus pain, and minimize a runny nose and cough. Pine needles have also been found to enhance memory.
Also, Native Americans protected themselves against scurvy in this way. Pine needles are rich in vitamin C, one of the most important vitamins that supports the body’s resistance to viruses.
The essential oils contained in the needles protect against eye diseases, muscle degeneration and disorders of the nervous system. They act as a disinfectant for yeast spores, mold and bacteria, offering protection against flu, colds, infections, and providing clarity of mind. They have been found to be helpful in depression, atherosclerosis, allergies, hypertension and obesity.
Tea from pine needles has antimutagenic and antioxidant properties. It also strengthens immunity and memory.
The raw material is hand-packed and sold in aesthetic bags that are certified for food storage.
Herbs should be stored in closed packages, protected from light, moisture and the influence of foreign odors. Keep out of the reach of children.
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Infusion of pine needles – pour two tablespoons of thoroughly washed shredded pine needles with a glass of boiling water. Leave to infuse, covered, drain off after cooling. It is recommended to use the infusion immediately after its preparation.