Pine Needle Tea, Protection Against Spike Protein Shedding AND Inoculation!


How the tables have turned! Those of us who were not afraid of contact with any of our fellow humans for the past year, are now afraid of contact with covid jabbed humans!

Are we all in danger of those nasty spike proteins seeping out of the jabbed, as these doctors, along with many others, claim? Is there anything we can do to protect ourselves from this possibility? Is there anything the jabbed can do to protect themselves from grievous harm?

This article has info about the possible dangers the jabs pose, and why pine needle tea might help. I'll summarize some of the more important info from the article here, but I recommend your reading the whole thing for yourself.

Symptoms of spike protein contagion via shedding:

  • massive headaches
  • micro-clots and sudden bruising throughout the body
  • exceptionally heavy periods and bleeding among the post menopausal
  • reduction in breast milk
  • sterility in both men and women
  • household pets dying shortly after the owners get jabbed

Suramin, an injectable isolated compound originally derived from an extract of pine needle oil:

  • developed in 1915
  • used to treat African sleeping sickness and river blindness
  • treats parasites
  • treats excessive coagulation
  • inhibits DNA and RNA modification

Pine Needle Tea, a great substitute:

  • loaded with vitamin C!
  • Antibacterial, anti-parasitic, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-tumor, anti-everything
  • analgesic
  • astringent
  • decongestant
  • The list of benefits is very long! Go see for yourself!

How to make Pine Needle Tea:

I love this video by BushcraftOnFire Pine Needle Tea. It is a very short but comprehensive guide to making delicious tea, showing us the process from pulling the needles off the branch right through to how much sweetener to use. I prefer this video to the one in the article.

Lucky me, I have three gorgeous pine trees in my back yard. I make enough tea for two days of sipping, and make sure I take some with me when I'm going out in public. And it is DELICIOUS.

For the Conifer Challenged:

If you can't tell a pine from a juniper, hemlock, fir, cedar or the other conifers, here's a great guide. Chances are excellent that you have some sort of pine tree within walking distance of your house, if not right in your own yard.

barn divider by @thekittygirl

image of tea by me

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