Save these recipes for pine tip syrup. They have strong healing, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties

Save these recipes for pine tip syrup. They have strong healing, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties

Pine tips are used to prepare a tincture that has an extremely healing effect. It helps in the treatment of laryngitis, bronchitis, tonsillitis, sore throat.

You can also prepare syrup and tea, which have beneficial properties for health - anti-inflammatory and antibacterial.

Pine tips contain certain substances and compounds that help in the treatment of many diseases and conditions, namely:

vitamins B2, B12, C, K

minerals and trace elements - potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium

lipids, carotenes, alkaloids

limonene - which has an antibiotic, antidepressant effect, helps to increase immunity and prevents cancer

alpha-pinene, which is a good antibiotic (kills staph and other bacteria), improves memory and reduces inflammation

an ester that helps relieve the symptoms of central nervous system diseases

pinipicrin with a slightly bitter taste that increases appetite

resinous substances that have properties to reduce inflammation and regulate appetite

borneol with antidepressant, tonic, digestive and heart stimulating properties

tannin with a sour taste and anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, which helps relieve intestinal disorders

What are the benefits of pine needles?

have antiseptic, antibacterial, expectorant, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory effects

support the healing of wounds, eczema

soothe pain, spasms, reduce inflammation

help calm the nervous system

lower blood cholesterol levels

reduce high blood pressure

they fight viruses, bacteria, swelling

Pine tip tea:

Add one tablespoon of the tips to 250ml of hot water.

Leave for 10 minutes, strain, sweeten with a little honey and drink.

This tea has a special aroma and many health benefits, namely:

a good remedy for colds, coughs, tracheitis, bronchitis, stuffy nose

helps to remove excess fluid from the body, as it has a diuretic effect

has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, soothing properties

relieves anxiety, depression

improves memory

helps to clean the respiratory tract

stimulates blood circulation, has a warming effect

in case of body pain, it has a diaphoretic effect

relieves a persistent cough

cleans bronchial secretions

relieves the symptoms of respiratory problems

improves the health of the circulatory system

Tincture of pine tips:

Use 100 g of fresh tips and 120 ml of double-refined alcohol 50-98 degrees.

Wash the pine tips and crush them.

Put them in a jar and add the alcohol.

Leave to soak for 30 days in a cool, dark place.

The liquid is then strained and stored in a dark colored bottle.

Tincture of pine tips can be stored for a long time and can be used both for internal and external use, for rubbing, compress, massage.


the tincture protects against colds and relieves the symptoms of bronchitis, sore throat, laryngitis, tonsillitis

has an antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, soothing effect

relieves fatigue, prevents inflammatory processes

has a natural antibiotic effect, cleans the intestines

improves the work of the cardiovascular and nervous system

normalizes blood pressure, prevents the formation of cholesterol plaques on the walls of blood vessels

helps with diseases of the digestive system, liver, pancreas and gall bladder

has a diuretic effect and a good kidney-healing effect, in edema, ascites and urolithiasis

ensures the normal production of hormones and enzymes

prevents the accumulation of sodium salts in the body and reduces the risk of developing multiple sclerosis

supports wound healing and scabies treatment

it is effective in relieving cough, neuralgia, cystitis, urethritis

improves the body's immunity

Butter :

To 50 ml of olive oil, add 5 tablespoons of tips (wash them well and dry them completely).

Leave to soak for 30 days in a dark place.

Strain and store in a dark bottle.

Take one teaspoon of oil on an empty stomach three times a day.


helps treat indigestion, food poisoning, coughs, sore throats, colds

has a soothing, expectorant, analgesic, antihistaminic, antibacterial, anti-infective, tonic effect on the nervous system

reduces fatigue

soothes the symptoms of bronchitis, laryngitis, sinusitis (local massage in the neck and chest area is recommended)

has an anti-inflammatory effect, stimulates blood circulation, can be used in massage, for external use

soothes muscle and rheumatic pains

fights itchy skin, eczema, acne, boils, psoriasis and other skin diseases

has an anti-cellulite, soothing, relaxing effect, recommended for external use, during massages, as it restores the natural tone of the skin and fights stretch marks


Pine tree syrup is the best remedy for respiratory ailments.

750 g of pine tops are used per 1 kg of sugar.

Place a layer of pine needles and a layer of sugar in a jar, then another layer of pine needles and a layer of sugar, and finally a thick layer of sugar.

Leave to soak for 30 days in a cool, dark place.

It can be made with honey instead of sugar. Honey also contains essential elements and nutrients important for the health of the body.


has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, disinfectant, expectorant properties

has a good effect on the respiratory tract

soothes and cures cough

reduces inflammation, destroys pathogens and promotes mucus secretion

relieves headaches

improves the condition of inflammatory processes.



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