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Pine Needle Tea 25 tea bags
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Chinese Hand Harvested Pine Tree, Premium dried Needles from Masson Pine Variety

  • Rich in vitamins C and A
  • Boosts the Immune system
  • Strong antioxidant potential
  • Wonderful taste and smell
  • Chinese Medicinal Herbs
  • 100% natural ingredients
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Organic Pine Needle Tea Chinese Medicinal Herb

The Masson Pine is a premium pine variety that produces significantly better results than white pine needle tea. Our dried pine needles are hand-harvested in Qinling Montains. Our Pine trees were grown without the use of any chemical compounds in order to retain all the benefits of fresh tea, its flavor and scent, even better than pine needle powder.

Benefits of Pine Needle Tea

Pine needle tea is rich in vitamins C and A, which helps maintain a healthy cardiovascular system and prevent skin complaints and fatigue. It is an immune system booster as well as an eyesight, hair, and skin regeneration booster.

Where do the pine needles come from?

Songye Most regions of the Northern Hemisphere host some native species of pines. The adult leaves are green (photosynthetic) and bundled in clusters called fascicles.

The pine trees we select are evergreen trees (or, rarely, shrubs) growing 3–80 m (10–260 ft) tall, with the majority of species reaching 15–45 m (50–150 ft) tall. The number of needles can vary from one to seven per fascicle but it generally varies from two to five. Each fascicle is produced from a small bud on a dwarf shoot in the axil of a scale leaf. These bud scales often remain on the fascicle as a basal sheath.

If you want to stay healthy, you should avoid chemical-based foods and cosmetic products. This is why it can be a very good idea to opt for the right organic herbs. Bio herbs are plants pried for their medicinal benefits, flavor, and scent. Unlike regular herbs, organic herbs were grown without the use of any chemical compounds. That makes them very powerful and efficient.

Pure and High-Quality Medicinal Grade Herbs.
Directions for use

How To Take Our Pine Needle Tea

To get all the benefits of pine needles, you need to know how to properly take them. We recommend one teaspoon of pine needles per teacup.

It’s essential to add boiling water and let the pine needles infuse to ensure you get the best results. Cover the teacup for 10 to 15 minutes until it is infused.

Once all the properties are released in the water, you can drink it hot or cold.

You can also add pine needles to your recipes to bring them a sweet pine flavor. To do so, tie the pine needles in a bouquet garni or put them in an herb infuser. Let it boil with your sauce. Then, remove the bouquet garni and enjoy you delicious preparation with all the benefits of these Chinese medicinal herbs.

If you experience any side effects from consuming this infusion, stop drinking it immediately and consult your doctor.

Note that this product should not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. It’s important to follow the guidelines on how to take it. Keep out of children’s reach.

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