- Essiac tea is an herbal tea claimed to kill cancer cells.
- Stimulate immunity and aid detoxification.
- It has antioxidant properties
- Help in Anti-Inflammatory
- Anti-Microbial solution of our body
Essiac tea is an herbal compound with a rich history. The original blend was made famous by Rene Caisse, a nurse who set up a clinic in Bainbridge, Ontario, Canada, to help cancer patients with the tonic. (Essiac is Caisse spelled backward.)
Caisse did not develop the blend herself but rather received it from an acquaintance who claimed that using the tonic cured her breast cancer. The original blend is said to be a traditional Ojibwa remedy, but Caisse made it famous with her work that continued into the 1970s.
How To Use:
Essiac Brewing Instructions Supplies Needed: Large 1+ gallon steel pot with tight fitting lid Measuring cup (Glass) Distilled Water Warm plate or heating element Large 32+ ounce glass bottle Mesh strainer or cheese cloth.
Preparation: Mix Essiac herbs (1 ounce) thoroughly with distilled water (32 ounces). Boil the mixture on high heat for 10 minutes. When complete place the pot on a heating element or "hot plate", cover, and let sit over night. Next morning place the covered pot back on stove with medium heat. When steam begins to develop turn the heat off and let pot sit covered for 5-10 minutes. Strain the brew through the strainer or cheese cloth into a glass container that has been properly cleaned and sterilized. Once cooled it is optimal to keep the herbal blend refrigerated. Shake well before each use!
Common Usage: Mix 1 ounce with 2 ounces of hot water. Don't forget to use a purified water or distilled water for mixing with.
Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm Bark, Burdock Root, Turkey Rhubarb (All herbs are organic certified third party by Oregon Tilth) Mixture contains the most Sheep Sorrel and Burdock Root for great results.
* Disclaimer - "This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease"..... If in doubt we always recommend you consult your wellness or health care practitioner before adding any diet changes or supplements to your daily wellness routine and practise.