Pine needles helped our ancestors survive during their first winter in the Americas, and Native Americans still use the herbal remedies of pine needles which are high in Vitamin C and Vitamin A.
Use the needles to make a cup of tea, in soups, food recipes, and how about a little pine vinegar to flavor your salad and to stay healthy.
Tar soap works beautifully well for skin issues and a massage oil for painful muscles and arthritis. Pine needles and a steamy room will help with breathing problems. Even the bark of the tree can be used for healing.
The Ponderosa Pine should never be taken internally if you are pregnant as it may bring on a miscarriage.
Native Americans used the needles in their bedding to keep fleas from their beds and wove needles into baskets.
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