WHITE PINE NEEDLES

Pine Needle Tea*

***The next batch will ship on June 24. Supplies are limited. Order now.***

 

WE HAVE SUCCESSFULLY SHIPPED TO CANADA, SPAIN, GERMANY, AUSTRALIA AND THE UNITED KINGDOM. IF YOU LIVE IN ANY OF THESE PLACES OR ANYWHERE ELSE OTHER THAN THE UNITED STATES, AND WISH TO ORDER, PLEASE CONTACT SALES @ THECOVIDBLOG.COM (NO SPACES) AND WE’LL PROVIDE INSTRUCTIONS.

 

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

RELATED (READ THIS FIRST): 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)

Order a five (5) ounce bag of white pine needles, good for about 20-30 cups of tea. All pine needles are hand-picked from Brian’s property and/or nearby forests. Rinse/wash the pine needles before use. Store them in the freezer long-term.

Here is what a typical white pine needle scouting trip looks like.

Just remit $25, along with your full name, shipping address and email address via one of the following:

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Zelle email (Recipient: Veracity Objectives, LLC.): [email protected]

 

We accept eChecks as well. Click here to purchase one 5-ounce bag of white pine needles. Click here to order two 5-ounce bags of white pine needles. The cost is $26.50 per 5-ounce bag, including the check processing fees.

Please double-check all your information and ensure the check will clear, as there is a $12 return check fee and collections is outsourced and out of our hands after one attempt to resolve any issues.

 

We cannot accept credit cards for white pine needle orders.

 

RELATED: BREAKING: The COVID Blog and COVID Legal USA banned from Paypal (August 9, 2021)

 

We can also accept cryptocurrency for pine needle orders. We can accept Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, XRP and Ethereum. Just email us at sales @ thecovidblog.com (no spaces) and we’ll email you an invoice for $25 plus the processing fees (typically $1 or less) from our cryptocurrency merchant account.

 

You may also mail a check or money order for $25 payable to:

Veracity Objectives, LLC.
2800 University Avenue #420-296
West Des Moines, IA 50266

 

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If there is no option to include your shipping address, email address and name with your CashApp, Zelle or eCheck order, email us at sales @ thecovidblog.com (no spaces) with that info. If you mail a check, email us immediately to let us know it’s on the way. Note that we were banned from Paypal, so these are the options as of now.

Orders take up to seven days to process and ship. You’ll receive tracking information once the order ships as long as you provide your email address. We typically ship once per week, on Mondays. Please note that harvesting and packaging pine needles is labor-intensive and thus takes a bit longer to process in the winter months – usually 7-10 business days from the date of payment clearance/receipt.

 

Thank you for the support!

 

*This website makes absolutely no claims about any product treating COVID-19, except Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. Nothing on this specific page has been evaluated by FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It just tastes good and the Editor-in-Chief loves it!

**ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS.

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Erica Schaar
Erica Schaar
11 months ago

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

Chris C.
Chris C.
11 months 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
11 months ago

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

Kevin
Kevin
10 months ago
Reply to  Jan Andrews

Jan, I’m in NZ and have been using radiata for 2/3 weeks. No problems so far. However, monitor your response until you are confident that the tea is right for you.

pt pt
10 months ago
Reply to  Kevin

loved pinus radiata spelling above! pony’s radiate with life and never contract the non existent V

Lara
Lara
9 months ago
Reply to  Kevin

Hi Kevin I’ve have been researching and researching and am thinking pony’s radiate should be ok. But Kahikitea is a white pine, but I haven’t heard if that is drinkable. So you reckon PR, is okay?

Siberian Mongoose
Siberian Mongoose
6 months ago
Reply to  Lara

Kahikatea isn‘t actually a pine, it is a podocarp being another family of conifers, but the red fruit can be eaten; i think that all endemic so-called pines in NZ are misnamed as such. Pinus radiata is monterrey pine, has three needles per cluster, and is good for making tea. Never boil the needles, pour the hot water onto them: otherwise making turpentine!

There is also Pinus contorta in NZ, it has two needles per cluster like scotch pine—latter common in UK and good for tea, uncertain about contorta though.

Not sure whether douglas fir can be used, i have heard that it is toxic (could be wrong).

American white cedar is actually a thuja being of the cypress family and thujas have flat leaf-segments, not being a cedar which are of the pine family: i wonder whether other thujas can be used for tea?

Another source of tea are mānuka and kānuka leaves, and i understand that the bark can also be used for a tea.

Hope that this is of help here—lots of pony’s radiate in NZ! Kia kaha!

Mike
Mike
2 months ago
Reply to  Lara

Pine needle tea is full of vitamin C. I stumbled across this when looking for vitamin c sources in the wild. It has more vitamin c than oranges. There is also a warning for pregnant women. It will cause spontaneous abortion. This is nature’s Plan B pill.

Simon Jobes
Simon Jobes
11 months 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
10 months 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).

Susan M Dunn
Susan M Dunn
8 months ago

Blue Spruce is great. Only boil the water, then pour over needles and put a lid on. Let it steep for 20-30 minutes. Refrigerate any unused portion. It tastes so good. Same with White Cedar.

paulette
paulette
10 months ago
Reply to  Simon Jobes

do you dry the pine needles? or use them fresh?

Dana Reed Smith
Dana Reed Smith
9 months ago
Reply to  paulette

Fresh is always better. Just grab some scissors, hold a container under where you want to cut, the newer needles the better, and cut away! 2 or 3 cuts for each set of needles, there is no need to take off branches, make a sticky mess of yourself, or even clean off the part that holds the needles together. Rinse just before making your tea. Enjoy! Be well!

Susan Dunn
Susan Dunn
8 months ago
Reply to  paulette

Both but mostly I freeze the needles in baggies. Just take out what I need. If you leave them set out they can mold.

Mary Ann Metcalf
Mary Ann Metcalf
8 months ago
Reply to  paulette

use fresh

Sandra
Sandra
10 months 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
10 months 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 10 months ago by Only God is my Judge
Julie
10 months ago
Reply to  Sandra

Protection from SPIKE proteins of those that have gotten the poisonous jab (sherp- fast asleep)

kaylee
kaylee
9 months ago
Reply to  Julie

The covid infection gives you spike proteins also, that’s literally how it infects you (or us who’ve had it)

Frances
9 months ago
Reply to  Sandra

Supposed to contain suramin as a preventive and antidote.

Tex Mex
Tex Mex
10 months ago

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

Michael Hair
Michael Hair
10 months ago

Just learning and sharing all that I can!

Leah
Leah
10 months ago

I was wondering what type of trees you have but I just now saw that you have White Pine Needles, Thank you!

Last edited 10 months ago by Leah
SYMEON NT
SYMEON NT
10 months ago

I had ordered from another company before I found The Covid Blog. Brian’s White Needles are by far fresher. Great, clean, bright green, great smell and couldn’t be better. Looking forward to the benefits I will gain. Thank you Brian for your website and your offering the White Pine Needles.

Gumby
Gumby
10 months ago

How long do the needles last while still being effective?

Lisa Augustine
Lisa Augustine
9 months ago
Reply to  Gumby

good question- He did say that you can store them in the freezer.. I’m going to put mine in a ziplock bag in our freezer–

Laura Hickman
Laura Hickman
10 months ago

I am curious about this I am allergic to pine and Oak I’m wondering if I should try this or not? I don’t know if I’m allergic to the smell or touching it or ingesting it I would assume it is the pollen from the trees

Dana Reed Smith
Dana Reed Smith
9 months ago
Reply to  Laura Hickman

Try a liver cleanse for allergies: https://liverhealthformula.com/order-now2
I would not drink the tea, until I cleaned the liver out if I had allergies. Then after the cleanse you might try a little to make sure it won’t bother you. I am not a Doctor and this is not medical advise. My friend, Bill C. used to be allergic to a lot of things, he cleansed his liver and his allergies disappeared. I can vouch for this, as I have known him for almost 50 years

Sheila Smith
Sheila Smith
5 months ago

I’m a Nutritional Therapist. I feel obligated to warn people who advise others to do a Liver Detox! Rule of thumb, FIRST, Do No Harm! So many people have a sludge buildup in their livers, from years of eating the SAD Sick American Diet. Prepackaged meals, years of margarine or other hydrogenated , bad oils in our food supply has caused this situation (sludge and gall stones)!!
Therefore, I always ADVISE my clients to do a PROPER guided Gallbladder flush BEFORE doing any kind of liver detox!
Reason is, if you don’t cleanse the Gallbladder and make it easier for the liver to expel any toxins, they can escape the normal pathway through the GB and send terrible toxins directly back into your bloodstream!
I’ve seen too many people trying to accomplish something good, turn into a serious and painful lesson! You really need the guidance of a trained professional or had better find the training before possibly making yourself sicker than you thought you were! The Gallbladder flush should be guided as well, because you DONT want to pass a stone too large to pass and wind up clogging a bile duct! Worst pain ever! Can lead to emergency surgery if it won’t pass! Toxins need to be conjugated properly and sent out of the body specifically, so as NOT to cause harm to the person! Seek help from a Reliable, knowledgeable source you can trust!

SplitRock
SplitRock
9 months ago
Reply to  Laura Hickman

I wouldn’t. If you’re allergic then don’t risk it. It isn’t worth risking. Use common sense. There are alternatives. For one, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny and others have mentioned dandelion tea.

I know that GOOD doctors and scientists (not the tyrannical medical industry) are working hard to come up with answers to what’s being transmitted exactly and solutions to treating it. Praying that they find something soon because there’s going to be more as more people get the jab. Insane, isn’t it? May God be with us.

Last edited 9 months ago by SplitRock
Frances
9 months ago
Reply to  Laura Hickman

Laura, there is an Australian study about bromelain (enzyme from pineapple core) and NAC being effective if you are allergic to pine needles, etc.

Lisa Augustine
Lisa Augustine
7 months ago
Reply to  Frances

yes, I actually read that study and ended up buying Bromelain and NAC to keep on hand. FYI… it may be hard to find NAC in the stores- and from what I’ve learned from our local Vitamin World healthfood store, the FDA wants to take NAC off of the store shelves and make it strictly perscription only… I managed to get some last month from Vitacost.com though- and they did have affordable choices..

pippilongstocking
pippilongstocking
10 months ago

Received my first order and I will be in touch for my next order. Thank you for your website and very important information/research.

Fia
Fia
9 months ago

Can I drink this if I got jabbed? Need help to detoxify pls

duffy
duffy
9 months ago

I want to be sure, I’ve found the correct Tree Type..NW PA. I Know Ponderosa Pine Needles, are, Toxic, but, do they look similar to, White Pine? 5 Needles per? Thank-You!

Mary
Mary
9 months ago

I just ordered. I have two clots in my leg from J&J. I’ve had ultrasound and they’re not deep vein, but they won’t go away. I’m terrified I have more. My husband and I held out while being pressured because he’s a lung transplant recipient. See finally caved from the pressure on June 23rd. Swollen thigh came about two weeks later. In July I was rubbing the spot and I felt the two knots.

ChristineL
ChristineL
8 months ago
Reply to  Mary

Research DMSO please..you put it on topically. Research it. Please ask a holistic practicioner if it might help you. i have bad veins which is not the same as your issue,, BUT it has helped me very much… horse chestnut also.. BUT ask your medical provider first.

karla altiero
karla altiero
8 months ago
Reply to  Mary

better to research using duck duck go since google is censored/ lacks info. yes dmso

Jim
Jim
7 months ago
Reply to  Mary

Nattokinase and Serrapeptase are my “go to” enzymes for blood clot relief.

donna
donna
8 months ago

Just got my white pine needles. They are for my son who is in the military and had to get vaccinated. He got the J&J. Would this help him, or is pine needle tea more for the Pf/Mod vaccine type? Also, can you tell me how to store them longterm? (I bought 2 bags) Dry them out (quite moist inside the bags) and keep them room temp? Freeze them?

Lisa Augustine
Lisa Augustine
7 months ago
Reply to  donna

i would freeze them to keep them fresh- place them in a ziplock freezer bag. I would definitely reccomend your son start drinking this tea as from what I’ve been learning regarding white pine- it is probably the only type of pine tree that has a particular property (forgot already what the name is but it starts with the letter “s”) that was found to counter the spike proteins from the MRNA jab. From what I understand, it would be a good idea for him to drink it at least once a day- if not three times a day (if he notices side effects starting up)
It’s actually very tasty – especially sweetened with honey. If he can get his hands on Manuka Honey, that would be even better- as Manuka honey’s antibacterial properties are far more stronger than ordinary honey.

Tawana Branch
Tawana Branch
7 months ago

How do you store pine needles, and how long will they last?

Kathleen Joyce
Kathleen Joyce
7 months ago

Does anyone know if PINUS SYLVESTRIS are adequate or does it have to be PINUS STROBUS? We only have PINUS SYLVESTRIS

Last edited 7 months ago by Kathleen Joyce
Michelle
Michelle
6 months ago

whats amazing is in my area White Pine trees are everywhere. I have two huge ones right outside my office door. Its amazing. Been drinking this stuff for months.

Alex
Alex
2 months ago

Line tree oil!turpentine!!!! Few drops aweek

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