Pine Needle Tea As An Anticoagulant To Combat Blood Clots?
October 12, 2022

Pine Needle Tea As An Anticoagulant To Combat Blood Clots?

Pine Needle Tea to Combat Blood Clots?

While the pandemic has been officially declared over, many remain sick from the virus itself and/or the lingering effects of the emergency vaccinations.  One of the major concerns we are hearing about in the news and online are the increased rates in which people are dying from "unkown causes" at an alarmingly high rate as compared to previous years (source).  Hardly a day goes by without hearing of a perfectly healthy young athlete dropping dead for no apparent reason.  And just last week, Florida's Surgeon General Joseph A. Ladapo warned against young men receiving COVID-19 vaccines, citing a disputed analysis by the state health department that they pose an "abnormally high risk" of death (source).  Many of these deaths are being attributed to heart attacks and strokes caused by blood clots in the heart and brain.  So what's going on?

Dr. Peter McCullough is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular diseases, and clinical lipidology. He cares for advanced patients with common medical problems including heart and kidney disease, lipid disorders, and diabetes. He has become an expert on COVID-19 illnesses and welcomes recovered patients into his practice.  Early on in the pandemic, Dr. McCullough pointed out that the virus itself through the Spike Protein, or the dangerous spicule on the surface of the ball of the virus, the Spike Protein itself caused coagulation or blood clots. It's a unique type of coagulation (blood clots) because it caused the red blood cells to stick together while at the same time the platelets stick together. So, this is a very different type of blood clotting that we would see with major blood clots in the arteries and veins that lead to strokes and heart attacks. These were a different type of blood clots and in fact, the Italians courageously did some autopsies and found micro blood clots in the lungs. And so, we understood in the end, the reason why the lungs fail is not because the virus is there. It is because micro blood clots are there. (Source)

Interestingly, extract of pine needles are high in a compound known as shikimic acid, which has anti platelet-aggregative (that means discourages blood clots) and antiviral properties.  According to a 2016 study from Central Queensland University, shikimic acid is on par with many antiviral and antimicrobial pharmaceuticals and is proven to have anti-diabetic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antioxidant, and anti-thrombogenic effects.  Shikimic acid, when separated by HPLC, exhibited a dose dependent inhibitory effect on platelet aggregation.  In short, the researchers found that shikimic acid helped to stop blood clots from forming!  (source)

So what can a person do to help protect themselves from blood clots caused by the jab?  How about adding Pine Needle Tea as a regular staple to your health regime!  Known to boost immunity and health, address respiratory ailments, calm inflammation and slow the aging process, Pine Needle Tea has a long history of use in Japan, Russia, Korea, Europe and North America as a traditional "go to" herbal remedy.

While Pine Needle Tea is not a miracle drug by any means, it does pack a powerful punch of natural healing properties and has been proven to help the body fight against blood clots!  Order some today and start supporting your own body's natural immune defense system. 

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