By Dr. Ariyana Love
Water is a soluble, meaning it works to extract vital nutrients from foods and pine needles. Boiling water immediately stimulates your needles to begin releasing their vital nutrients into the water.
DRIED pine needle tea instructions
One kilo of dried Pine and Spruce needles will make at least 400 cups of pine needle tea.
Use about 3 teaspoons or more of needles for each cup of water. Bring water to a boil then pour over your needles. Cover immediately and let steep for 15 minutes.
You can reuse your needles and extract the Shikimate (Shikimic Acid) a second time by repeating with boiling water.
Finally, you can extract the remaining nutrients from your twice used needles by simmering them for 10 – 15 minutes on lowest heat.
FRESH pine needle tea instructions
When picking your Spruce needles, always take the new shoots from the tips of branches. The most desirable needles from both Pine and Spruce are the needles which get the most sunlight.
You can rinse your needles in an equal solution of vinegar to water before preparing your tea, to ensure unseen bird droppings are removed. Or you can just let the boiling hot water sterilize your needles.
In order to extract the maximum nutrition from your fresh wet pine needles please follow these instructions:
Make sure the water fully covers your needles so maximum extraction will occur. Alternate between Pine and Spruce or prepare them together. Have a second burner turned on and set to lowest heat. On the first burner, bring water to a full boil then drop your needles into the pan. Cover immediately and transfer your pan to the burner set on low heat. Simmer for 15 minutes. Do not simmer longer than 20 minutes or the delicate nutrients will begin to depreciate. Make sure no moisture escapes the lid and if it does you know the temperature is too high. If you can taste the vitamin C then you know the Shikimate (antidote) is retained within your tea.
Drink 3-6 cups per day of pine needle tea. Make sure to consume pine tea twice per day, about 6 hours apart. This way you keep the Shikimate actively working within your body for extended hours during the day. This will potentially increase protection against spike protein transmission.
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