Thailand – Traditionally, Native Americans harvested pine needles during the winter and boiled them in water to create a tea that could be consumed throughout the year. Pine needle tea is a warm beverage brewed from dried fresh pine needles. For centuries, it has been used as a home remedy for many ailments and has since increased in popularity. Dr. Judy Mikovitz and other medical professionals claim that the tea can help detox the body of the toxic SARS-COV-2 Spike Protein.
FirstMedInc works with local villages in Northern Thailand to provide freshly harvested organic pine needles from the pine forests of Chiang Mai, Thailand. From there, they’re chopped and prepared into pine needle tea before they’re shipped globally. The resulting tea is said to taste similar to black tea or green tea mixed with lemon juice.
Pine needles are rich in Vitamin C, an antioxidant that protects the body from free radicals and boosts the immune system. Individuals who consume pine needle tea can experience an all-around immunity boost since it contains vitamin A, vitamin E, complex vitamin B, magnesium, manganese, calcium, phosphorus, zinc, potassium, selenium, sodium, as well as polyphenols such as terpenoids. Additionally, pine needle tea helps with SARS prevention by disinfecting water sources contaminated with the virus/cysts, and also can aid with lowerering cholesterol levels, heart disease prevention, and increased metabolism for weight loss. According to Dr. Mikovitz pine needle tea is effective in removing carcinogens through the urine and sweat, preventing toxins from entering the bloodstream.
Harnessing the power of pine needles, FirstIncMed has had numerous reviews and testimonials from clients across the globe who benefitted from the goodness of pine needle tea. It has been known to cure colds, coughs, arthritis, bursitis, and rheumatism, by thinning out mucus secretions in the respiratory system, enabling easier expulsion via coughing. The tea also gives relief for menstrual cramps by relieving muscle spasms and improving women’s menstrual health.
FirstIncMed sends small fresh branches of pine needles for extra freshness for buyers within Thailand. For international orders, the team purchases the freshly picked pine needles within the week before shipping to guarantee the highest amount of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients within the leaves. 100% of the profits from any sales go to the local villages of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The area has been devastated by the pandemic in the last two years since the tourism industry in Thailand has come to a complete standstill, affecting the livelihood of the local people.
FirstIncMed is partnering with Think Pharmacy in Australia, and other pharmaceutical chains in other countries to distribute pine needle tea in those respective areas. Think Pharmacy believe that the competitive pricing and extensive range of healthcare products/services brands offer provide excellent value for clients to enhance their optimal health.
To shop for pine needle tea, visit the FirstIncMed website.
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