BUY WHITE PINE NEEDLES

***WE ARE CURRENTLY PROCESSING AND SHIPPING ORDERS PLACED ON THURSDAY, JULY 22***

Please note it may take up to a week for your order to be processed and shipped. Check back for updates. Thank you for your patience.

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Numerous subscribers to The COVID Blog continually ask about white pine needles for tea.

RELATED: Editorial: my story of potential exposure to spike proteins via shedding from “vaccinated” people, and the potential suramin, shikimic acid, pine needle tea cure and prophylaxis (June 8, 2021)*

 

Brian A. Wilkins, the founder of COVID Legal USA and Editor-in-Chief of The COVID Blog, gathers his own white pine needles weekly from trees on his own property and abundant nearby forests.

The COVID Blog is selling five (5) ounce bags of white pine needles. Weekly supplies are limited, as the labor and time it takes to harvest the needles takes away from reporting and legal duties. This page will update each day, letting you know if supplies are still available for the current week (top).

We will take orders from Monday through Friday each week. The white pine needles are harvested and packaged on Saturday or Sunday, and all orders that week are shipped on Monday. Your white pine needles will come in a Ziplock bag.

It will look something like this. However, the picture is about 9 ounces.

How much is five ounces of white pine needles? You can easily get anywhere from 20-30 cups of tea out of it. Rinse them off before use. Store in the freezer.

$25 for one five (5) ounce bag. That includes shipping and packaging. Limit one bag per week per customer. Tracking info provided once shipped.

 

Your purchase helps fund The COVID Blog and keeps us up and running. All sales are final. No refunds. Sorry, we can only ship within the United States right now.

CONTACT: sales at thecovidblog.com

Please tell everyone about your experience with the tea, shipping, etc. in the comments. Only verified orders are allowed to leave a review.



*None of the statements on this web site have been evaluated by the FDA. Furthermore, none of the statements on this web site should be construed as dispensing medical advice or making claims regarding the cure of diseases.

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Erica Schaar
Erica Schaar
5 days ago

I just ordered. Can’t wait to try. Thank you covidblog!

Chris C.
Chris C.
5 days ago

Thanks for offering. I’ve read it’s quite difficult to find the “correct” type of pine needles out in the wild. Picking the wrong pine needles could have a negative effect. Great you’re offering them!

Jan Andrews
Jan Andrews
5 days ago

We have pony’s radiate in New Zealand. Can I make pine needles tea from that?

Simon Jobes
Simon Jobes
5 days ago

We have a Pine Tree growing in our garden. I tried the Pine Tree Tea last year – it’s great with honey. Sometimes a bit sticky to collect the needles though – pine sap really sticky.

Only God is my Judge
Only God is my Judge
22 hours ago
Reply to  Simon Jobes

I’m envious, only have some poisonous yews, and varieties of yet to be determined spruce and fir (which could be ok).

Sandra
Sandra
23 hours ago

What does drinking white pine needle tea offer? Never heard of it, thanks in advance for any info

Only God is my Judge
Only God is my Judge
22 hours ago
Reply to  Sandra

Check out his link in blue, near the top of this article. I plan on harvesting my own but haven’t yet (lazy and I take other measures for protection), but I will most likely buy some to support this blog in a small way.

Last edited 22 hours ago by Only God is my Judge
Tex Mex
Tex Mex
17 hours ago

Please incarcerate this man for selling something that works and is not sold by insane, billionaires who just want to help us all!

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