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A natural detox from viral infections, that has been known of by the upper levels of the medical establishment and insiders of the elitist class for almost 100 years, is called Suramin, an isolated compound originally derived from an extract of pine needle oil.
There is a direct relationship between Suramin (the isolated extract), pine needle tea (a hot water extract of the pine, fir, cedar, and spruce needles), and pine oil (which is derived from the needles though an essential oil steam distillation process).
All three are derived from the properties of the conifer needle.
My personal take on this is that it is far better to get Nature’s whole herb source than just a tiny fraction of an extract. There are many other benefits that can be derived from the whole herb that will be missing from the isolated chemical.
My observation is that those who maintain high levels of health are not affected by viruses as much. Their immune system seems to be warding off side effects. 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 on the fence health-wise, or depleted (which can be said of many of us today), are being affected to varying degrees.
The Trail from Suramin to Pine Needle Tea
The science and data shows the derivative relationship between pine needles and Suramin (“the elist’s antidote” to microbial illnesses) – and which also provides a potential antidote for those affected by the spike protein contagion.
A 2011 Korean study demonstrated using pine needles in tea was the best way to access the antioxidant benefits from pine needles.
The study demonstrated that the hot water extract of pine needle proanthocyanidins and catechins offer the highest levels of antioxidant benefits compared with chemical extract processes.
There are other known benefits that pine needle tea and the tea made from other conifers share, which include:
Relieves nervous exhaustion and fatigue
Relieves sore muscles
Herbalists the world over have known all along about the benefits of this simple natural tea. Pine needle tea has been used medicinally worldwide for thousands of years.
Dosage: 3 cups per day or more of any desired strength. 1-3 tablespoons of needles per cup of water, boil for 5-10 mins then strain. This is a maintenance health-building dose.
Stronger amounts of needles to water can be used therapeutically. If it feels too acidic (due to the vitamin C) for your system, moderate the quantity and complement the tea with alkalizing food and dark green herbs or sea vegetables.