Fresh Lodgepole Pine Needle Oil Hydrosol –  Fresh steam distilled in the wild

Pine Needle use as Native American Indian Medicine

Many Native American and Canadian Indian tribes have used Pine Needles for centuries for a wide variety of purposes

including:

Alcohol free Pine Needle Oil

Pine Needle Oil

  • as a mouthwash,
  • breath freshener,
  • as a decongestant,
  • sore throats,
  • viral and fungal infections,
  • and to ward off colds.

The Iroquois Indians and the Carrier tribes,

Athapaskan-speaking people of north-central

British Columbia, drink Lodgepole Pine Needle tea, commonly with maple syrup for

respiratory conditions.

Pine Needles are a good source of Vitamin C, even when boiled as tea. Natives used this tea to prevent scurvy.

Edgar Cayce White Russian Arthritis Massage Oil

Edgar Cayce White Russian Arthritis Massage Oil

Edgar Cayce

Edgar Cayce readings recommended the use of Pine Oil – steamed to inhale for respiratory conditions, muscle, joint skin conditions and more.  Edgar Cayce’s White Russian Arthritis Massage Oil has Pine Needle Oil as one of it’s key ingredients.

Pine Needle use according to Wikipedia

Pine Needle has been used as a disinfectant for centuries. Pine Needle oil is high in phenols,

which are effective in the treatment of:

• Fungal infections

• E-coli

• Gut Flora conditions

• Herpes simplex I and II

• Candida

• Whooping cough

• Staphylococcus – acne

• Influenza type A

• Gram-negative infections

Pine Needle Brochure

Where to buy:

If you would like to order either the Spruce Pine Needle Oil or Lodgepole Pine Needle Oil Hydrosol – Fresh Steamed Distilled from the wild, you may order on our new Pine Needle product page.  You may ix and match herbal formulas and buy a 3 pack of your choice.  Just email us when you order.

Lodgepole Pine Needle Tea Recipes

Lodgepole Pine Needle Tea has a nice taste and makes a good sipping tea.

Directions:

Place 1 teaspoon of Pine Needles in a cup of boiling hot water.

Steep for 15 minutes.

Use spoon to press the Pine Needles against the side of the cup or

tea pot to release the essential oils into the water.

Note: Let the Tea steep. Do not boil with needles in the water.

Pine Needle Tea in 8 oz tin

Loose leaf Pine Needle Tea in 8 oz tin

Native Canadian Indians:

Place 1 teaspoon of Pine Needles in a

cup of boiling hot water.

Steep for 5 minutes.

Add maple syrup to taste.

Alternate Sweetener:

Many people use Blue Agave Nectar to sweeten.

 

 

 

Pine Needle Tea in Large Tin

Pine Needle Tea in Large Tin

 

British Tea Recipe:

Place in a teacup or teapot:

• 1 teaspoon of Pine Needles

• Pinch of cinnamon

• Pinch of grated nutmeg

• Pinch of grated orange peel

Pour boiling hot water over this.

Steep for 15 minutes.

Use spoon to press the Pine Needles against the side of the cup or tea pot to release the essential oils into the water.

Pine Needle Tea Brochure

Use Lodgepole Pine Needle Tea with our Fresh Steamed Pine Needle Hydrosols

Our Pine Needle Loose Leaf Tea is 8 ounces by volume, in a beautiful clear top tea tin, with a full color brochure which includes recipes.

The weight is one ounce of needles.  The price is $ 5 per tin.

In our experience it is better to store it in a tin, to retain the pine oil resins.

We also suggest to people to pair the loose leaf Pine Needle Tea with the Pine Needle hydrosol. 

    $30 for a pair of Lodgepole Pine Needle Tea with your choice of either:

  • a) 2 oz Lodgepole Pine Needle Hydrosol – or -
  • b) 2 oz Idaho Blue Spruce Needle Hydrosol

The suggestion of purchasing this pair, is so that you can adapt the flavor and concentration, as well as blending the both of best.

When brewing the Pine Needle Tea yourself, 
  • it is recommended to crush the pine needles against the side of the pot to release the freshly enlivened Pine Needle resins to impart their oils into the tea.
  • Blending it with the fresh steamed Lodgepole Pine Needle or Idaho Blue Spruce Needle Hydrosol adds the freshness of a freshly wild harvested liquid tea concentrate, from when the needles were freshly picked from the trees.

Our fresh steam distilled Pine Needle Hydrosols are steamed by herbalist in small batches in the wild where these trees grow, to bring to you as close to the wild fresh brewed Pine Needle Tea in liquid form.

How to buy:

If you would like to order Pine Needle Tea, the Spruce Pine Needle Oil or Lodgepole Pine Needle Oil Hydrosol – Fresh Steamed Distilled from the wild, you may order from this button below. You may mix and match herbal formulas.

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Idaho Blue Spruce Pine Needle use as Native American and European Folk Medicine

The Blue Spruce Tree has been the traditional Norwegian Christmas Tree,

symbolizing Peace and good tidings.  The aroma of the Spruce Tree is used to detoxify the air in winter homes.

Many Native American and Canadian Indian tribes have used Pine Needles for centuries for a wide variety of purposes including as a

Idaho Blue Spruce

Idaho Blue Spruce Pine Needle - alcohol free

mouthwash, breath freshener, as a decongestant, sore throats, viral and fungal infections, and to ward off colds. The Iroquois Indians and the Carrier tribes of British Columbia, drink various types of Spruce Pine Needle tea, commonly with maple syrup for respiratory conditions.

 

Pine Needles are a good source of Vitamin C, even when boiled as tea.

Idaho Blue Spruce Needle Hydrosol can be used internally for

  • Regeneration of Adrenal function
  • Increase in Thymus activity
  • Reproductive endocrine system
  • Stress and mental fatigue
  • Immune system booster

Idaho Blue Spruce Needle Hydrosol can be used topically as a spray or cold compress for

  • sore joints
  • muscle spasms
  • carpal tunnel and
  • strain injuries
  • Disinfectant
  • Anti bacterial, anti-fungal, antiseptic

Idaho Blue Spruce Needle is fresh steam distilled in the Rocky Mountains of Idaho is alcohol free.  Idaho Blue Spruce Needle is used for regenerating the adrenal gland and supports thymus activity.

Idaho Blue Spruce Needle Hydrosol boosts the immune system, and like other Pine Needles, is used for treating the respiratory, and reproductive systems, internally.

We have finished making our new Pine Needle web page!

Idaho Blue Spruce Needle Brochure

Pine Needle Hydrosols will be in stock around June 25th.

Liz loves the Spruce Pine Hydrosol.  It smells so wonderful!

Pine Needle Oil

Lodgepole Pine Needles

There may be a good reason why many common household cleaners claim to “smell like pine.” This connection to pine oil and good health is as old as the hills, and its related to the germ-fighting, disinfectant properties of the oil.

In fact, it was greatly revered by the father of Western medicine, Hippocrates, who noted its strong healing effect on the human respiratory system. Similarly, the Native Americans used pine needles in bedding to prevent bedbugs and lice.

Pine oil, obtained by extracting essential oils from the needles of pine trees, is a strong medicinal aid. Similar to tea tree and eucalyptus oil, extracts of pine are powerful anti-septic agents. It also holds anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, insecticidal, analgesic, diuretic, aromatic and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a great oil to have in your medicine chest and cleaning cupboard.

Its disinfectant and viral-fighting capacities are related to its high levels of phenols, acidic plant chemicals that fight off germs and ward off disease. It also has a healing effect on the endocrine system, and aids the body in cleansing impurities from the skin. Pine hydrosol is an immune-stimulant and body tonic, enhancing overall mental and physical balance.

8 Health Benefits of Pine Oil

1. Powerful Anti-Inflammatory

Because of its potent analgesic properties, pine oil acts as an an anti-inflammatory for people with joint pain, arthritis and rheumatism. Used topically, it may also help relieve general muscular aches and pains. Add to a hot bath, or to a base massage oil, such as almond or coconut.

2. Expectorant

Essential pine oil may also help relieve congestion and acts as an expectorant, aiding the body to break up mucus and remove it from the lungs. It also helps reduce the incidence of sinus infections.

3. Skin Care

Pine oil may be useful with a variety of skin conditions due to its strong antiseptic capacities. This includes psoriasis, acne, boils, Athlete’s foot, eczema and itching. Applied topically, it can also be used for a remedy of the scalp, especially in cases of dryness and dandruff.

4. Acts as an Anti-Viral Agent

Spruce

Spruce Needle - Picea sp.

Pine nut oil may also aid in protecting us against the common cold and flu. Following a balanced diet, and plenty of foods high in vitamin c is also a great way to prevent colds.

5. Potent Anti-oxidant Capacity

Through neutralizing free-radicals, pine oil helps us slow the process of cellular deterioration, thus slowing the process of aging. Anti-oxidants aid in protecting us from, eye-diseases, muscle degeneration, as well as many nervous-system disorders.

6. Anti-bacterial & Fungal Properties

With regular use, pine oil may help protect us against many types of fungal infections. It also holds anti-bacterial properties. This essential oil may aid in the prevention of common bacterial infections, including urinary tract infections and skin infections.

7. Aromatherapy

Stimulates the body and mind, and has an energizing effect on the overall person. As an aromatherapy agent, it has been used to support adrenal fatigue and mild depression.

8. Disinfectant

It is a great cleaning agent, and can be added to sprays and room-fresheners for a cleansing and brightening effect. Pine oil disinfectants have been shown to be effective in killing off many household germs, including mildew, yeast spores and E. coli.

Research on Pine Oil

Studies have shown the usefulness of pine oil in releiving bronchial infections. As a powerful antibacterial agent and antiseptic, it can help the body fight off infections. As an aromatherapy tool, it may be used to help prevent lower respiratory infections like bronchitis. Research collections from the University of Maryland Medical Center have demonstrated that its use for respiratory tract infections is solid and effective. Research also shows that use of pine oil may fight off sinus infections and colds when used as a steam inhalation.

Where to buy:

We are updating our website and web pages.  In the meantime, if you would like to order either the Spruce Pine Needle Oil or Lodgepole Pine Needle Oil Hydrosol – Fresh Steamed Distilled from the wild, you may order on our general Herbal page, and send us an email to let us know which you prefer.  Click here to order…

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