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In these crazy COVID days we are getting a lot of customers asking us to provide more information about the health benefits of our products, including Pine Needle Tea benefits and other sources of good information.
We at Spruce On Tap are focused on using natural ingredients to promote healthy living, and believe that staying healthy naturally is the best and most effective way to prevent dis-ease. This is a page that will continue to morph, and more content will continue to be added. If you are looking for information on something specific about the benefits, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers!
Check out this helpful article written by our friends at Vitality Herbs and Clay:
(Please note there is some redundancy in the links below, but things are getting censored, so we want to make sure we have multiple links to different places in case one goes down.)
The article above has several recipes that you can go off of. Any of the pine products that we offer can be used for pine needle tea. Spruce is kind of fruity, fir is kind of floral and ponderosa is very pine-y. In general, you can take a small amount of pine (about half an ounce) and cut into ~1" lengths with scissors. Bring about two cups of water to a boil, then cut the flame and add the pine. Steep for about 10 minutes with a lid on. Other teas can be added to make different flavor combinations. You can also add stevia or honey to sweeten. Again, more detailed information can be found at the article above.
We were informed that a project took place using chokecherries for fighting cancer. It was shown that with the pits it starts to kill cancer cells within 24hours. We need to do some more research on this ourselves, but thought we would mention it. There is a link below to the article. The article does mention "While chokecherry seeds contain a small amount of a cyanide-like substance, it is safe to eat in small amounts, and cooking the pudding eliminates the risk. " Do your own research as well.
Osha root has long been known for health benefits, primarily respiratory ailments including:
It also contains antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. To learn more, check out the link below!
If you are concerned about the long term effects of the COVID vaccines and the the lack of coverage of the negative effects by the main stream media, we would like to introduce you to Children's Health Defense. They are a very large organization that is not only concerned about the long term effects of everything taking place in this world for our children, but for the adults out here as well. They cover a wide spectrum of information and research that is being ignored and worse, often censored and suppressed by the corporate controlled major media outlets (TV, newspaper, social media, etc.). They offer a newsletter talking about the challenges they are tackling all around the world.
For the latest health news, click here: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/
For more information about who they are and what they are doing, click here: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/
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