Pine Needle Tea Australia
Wild grown without pesticide use in the Changbai mountain region of Dongbei, these pine needles are sourced from rare 50-year-old pine trees that only inhabit this area.
Pine Needle Tea has a long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It's been used as an expectorant to treat coughs and sore throats and help relieve chest congestion. Pine Needle Tea contains an abundance of immune-boosting Vitamin C and good levels of Vitamin A.
What Is Pine Needle Tea?
Pine needle tea is made by brewing the needles of pine trees. The flavour of Hibiscus Tea House pine needles is delicate, sweet and citrusy. The tea can be sweetened with honey or sugar.
Benefits of Pine Needle Tea
- To treat coughs/flu and respiratory conditions
- Contains good levels of Vitamin A for healthy vision and skin and hair regeneration
- Contains huge levels of Vitamin C to boost the immune system
- High in antioxidants
- Used to improve cardiovascular system functions
Caffeine level: Caffeine-free
Country of Origin: China
Botanical Name: Pinus koraiensis Sieb. et Zucc.
The ideal ratio seems to be 1 part Pine Needle to 6 Parts Water. The longer you steep, the more intense the flavour will be. Boiling the pine needles will cause the tea to turn murky and bitter and isn't recommended. Steep for at least 10 minutes.
Information on these products is not intended as medical advice. Some herbs may not be recommended for people with certain allergies, who are taking certain medications, are pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult your practitioner before taking. May contain traces of nuts, soy or gluten.
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