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Did you know about the pine tree? And what is the best climate for pine trees?

 
                          
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The pine trees obviously handle a variety of climates, though certain species prefer specific climates.  A pine tree grows in very cold areas, but some kind of pine trees also grows well in warm climates. And that tree does not grow well in shady areas.  The pine tree has many medicinal properties include: antiseptic, astringent, inflammatory, antioxidant, expectorant, high in Vitamin C for colds – flu – coughs, congestion, and even scurvy. pine tree pollen




 
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I would like to learn more.  How does one take it?  Can it be added to food?

How does it affect seasonal allergy sufferers?
 
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