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Pine Bark and Needle Benefits

Pine Bark and Needles

Pine bark is a powerful antiseptic loaded with flavanoids and  50 time the amount of antioxidants of vitamin c and e.  this natural solution is similar to the potency of grape seed mother powerhouse of a herb loaded with antioxidants and more. The opc’s found in the pine bark /needles are great for microcirulatory problems such as varicose veins and macular degeneration and to chronic venous insufficiency as well as diabetic retinopathy. opc’s ale help strengthen and maintain overall healthiness of the molecular structure of the venous’ .

Primarily it acts as a inhibitory to oxidation through the enzymes within but also being not limited and as oxidation diminishes its anti inflammatory properties go to work . The pine needle possess near 100 times more of the antiseptic properties than the bark.
Secondly, a cooled tea can be used as a powerful antiseptic wash for wound management and infection prevention as well as rashes and eczema
Secondly, it is good for the Circulatory system thus producing more healthier red blood cells and oxygenation all the main systems more effectively.

Pine Needles and bark also possess high levels of vitamin C to help aid the immune system and other main systems that require a healthy immune system for optimal performance such as the adrenal glands.

A few good uses of pine needles and bark are: (but not limited to)

  • Cold
  • Flus
  • Bronchitis
  • Pneumonia
  • Sinus infection
  • Fever
  • External wound infection
  • Eczema
  • Hives
  • Gout
  • Ulcers
  • Veracious veins
  • Respiratory Issues
  • Improves eye health
  • Boosts imune system
  • Asthma

1.A few words of caution: while there are over 100 different varieties of pine, the Ponderosa, Norfolk Island and Yew needles should be avoided, as brewing can prove toxic.
2. Do not use if pregnant!

Pine Needle tea Recipe:

  • Gather about a handful of healthy pine needles
  • Chop or break up into 4th’s 
  • Bring 10 ounces of water to a hard boil 
  • Add pine needles and low simmer for 5-10 minutes 
  • For a more stronger tea dimer for 15 minutes

Drink 2 times daily drinking the resin and oils are important.

The power of herbs for preppers "Astragalus Root"

The Power of Herbs for Preppers Series “Astragalus”

Astragalus is a powerful herb mainly focusing on the immune system but not limited to this herb packs a potent punch in the delivery of enzymes to aid in many aliments. This herb also works similar to echinacea but with more outreaching enzymes. Furthermore, it through maintaining and supercharging your immune system keeps the adrenal gland working optimally. This is all vital for diabetics. 

This herb Like Echinacea, has powerful ahi bacterial properties with a bit of a kick. Astragalus work well with other herbs such as elderberry, dandelion and rose hips (to name a few adding additional flavanoids and powerhouse of vitamin C herbs puts this herb in a new class of “Super antioxidants. This is a Diabetics Heaven for it pro vides healthy immune system support, a surcharge of vitamin C and detox all in one herbal combination thus cleansing the system from free radicals an toxins that cause stress on the main systems. 

Finally, this type of combination of herbs is not only limited to diabetes but other aliments like the common cold, flus’ and other bacterial and respiratory infections. 

A few good uses for Astragalus root would be:

  • Low white blood cell count
  • Common Cold
  • Flu's
  • Diabetes
  • auto imune disorders
  • side effects of chemotherapy
  • fatigue
  • heart problems
  • kidney problems
  • ulcers
  • viral hepatitis
  • infertility
  • high blood pressure

A Simple herbal combination tonic would be to take 1 part astragals root, 3 parts dandelion root, 2 parts elderberry, 2 parts rose hips. add to 2 cups of boiling water bring to a low simmer and let simmer for 20 to 30 minutes  or until reduced by half. Press and strain the concoction well.

Dosing: (ADULTS)
 and take daily for 10 days and 2 days off. (if not sick) as a daily health tonic

Take 2-3  times daily (if sick)

Natural Solutions for Diabetes Part 4

Natural Solutions for Diabetes Part #4

Berberine Herbs and Diabetes

There are many natural solutions for diabetes a very powerful herb classification are “BERBERINE Herbs” mainly derived from cir cumin a few main herbs which possess berberine are (to list a few)

  • Turmeric Root
  • Ginger Root
  • Goldenseal 
  • Golden leaf
  • Barberry
  • Oregon Grape
  • Yellowroot

Berberine Herbs assist in both the creation and regulation and maintenance of Healthy Insulin. Also its natural put powerful antiseptic properties aid in the detox process to maintain a health flow of insulin . insulin contaminated with toxins produce more toxins and is marginally inceptive to the current system at hand but may not be considered diabetes but hypoglycemic effects. causing fatigue,neuropathy, joining inflammation and water retention and more so detox is vital for all forms of diabetes. ineffective production of a normal balance of “healthy “ GLUCOSE Levels will effect blood flow control thus not being able to reach to its fullest and deliver blood to nerve endings. Eventually these nerves and nerve endings will too become in a fatigued state thus not receiving proper nutrient and oxogen level . this causes spasmodic activity to occur or a like shooting sensation to occur this is know as neuropathy.


A Few Good Herbs and essential oils good for neuropathy are:

White Willow Bark: a powerful herb to help aid in joint inflation and nerve pain specifically.
Burdock root:powerhouse of a blood purifier
Cinnamon: a powerful antiseptic herb for diabetics
Cayenne: maintains a healthy Blood circulation
Hawthorne: maintains cleat arterial and vascular wall to maintain a healthy and consistent blood flow to all the main systems.

Essential Oils: (for neuropathy)
Use topically Pepermint essential oil (diluted to 2 percent) as an antispasmodic.
Use Topically: Clove essential oil as an all natural anesthetic
Use Topically: Cypress oil Helps with muscle cramping and more server neuropathy (shooting pain effect)
USE TOPICALLY: Lavender Essential oil: for its antimicrobial properties

Another bunch of herbs that are great for diabetes and particularly used as a “Detox” are (but not limited to):
Milk Thistle
raw Cilantro
raw Parslet
raw Chicory


Another Vital Need for Diabetics is “Nutritional support”
Proper nutritional values delivered to all the main systems particularly the liver and adrenal glan is vital improper nutritional values and maintained nutritional valued will cause Oxidation (particularly in the joints (causing a rumatory arthritic effect.

Secondly, a healthy immune system is vital to all diabetics for this to will also aid in a healthy maintenance of glucose levels. 

A Few Good Nutritional herbs for diabetes are:

BEE POLLEN!!! a superfood containing the purest form of B Complex vitamins. This is due to the fact of the cross pollination process of the bees pollen collection(s).
Slippery elm Bark it is loaded with vitamins, mineral and much more 
Dandelion: Loaded with Vitamin A K Magnesium , manganese, and trace minerals of Calcium.
Nettles: Good for Water retention and will help stimulate the digestive glands of the liver and abdominal organs.

Spirruilina: This superfood pack a powerhouse level of protein and is said could potentially end world hunger. Secondly, it also is a power booster for the immune system thus maintaining a healthy immune system so that the nutrients of this superfood nourishes all the main systems.
Chlorella: One of the best super foods, chlorella is packed with nearly ten times the healthy chlorophyll of similar greens like wheat grass, barley and alfalfa. In fact, chlorella’s name comes from its high amount of chlorophyll, an important nutrient for cleansing your body.