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I am dedicated to those wanting to adopt healthy living, eating, and keeping our planet pure. 

I am a Wellness, Nutritional  & Lifestyle Coach. I work with those who are on a transitional diet, vegetarian or vegan to ensure the very best for wellness program for you as an individual. 


I am a Nutritional Consultant. I am not a medical professional. I write from my knowledge of what works for me. This is my experience, perspective and research I share with you. 

If you have health care concerns, work directly with a qualified medical professional prior to attempting any cure or to treat any illness. 

Why Pine Needle Tea you may ask? What's in it for me? LOTS! And it's free! The needles are believed to contain 4 times as much vitamin C when compared to citrus such as lemons or oranges, for 1 cup of tea you would have to drink 4-5 cups of OJ. This tea is high in fat soluble Vitamin A, which means your body absorbs quickly. They also contain sulfur which helps your hair , skin and nails. 

Step 8: ENJOY! Some may add lemon or honey if you so desire. 

Step 7: Strain the pine needles. My pretty tea cup came with a strainer but you may use a fork, cheese cloth or any other way you may chose.

Step 6: Let your tea steep for 5 minutes either in a tea cup or in the pan. I have a lovely tea cup from Teavarna which was a gift from my wonderful friend Doc. 

Step 5: I bring mine to a quick boil your needles and shut off the burner. Not too long because you want to keep the Vitamin C intact. 

Step 4: Chop the needles a bit, equaling approximately a tablespoon. 

Step 3: Strip off the needles. 

Step 2: Cut a small section off a small tree, the younger the better. 

Step 1: Go outside, enjoy the day! Find a pine or fir tree. A pine will have round "leaves" and a fir will have flat leaves. 

Pine Needle Tea