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Essiac tea blend of herbs for detoxification


Essiac tea blend of herbs for detoxification

Essiac tea blend of herbs for detoxification

Essiac is an herbal tea formula that has been used since 1922. The formula was given to nurse Rene Caisse by a Canadian Ojibwa Indian.

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Category: Herbs

Related categories: Tea

Product code: 504




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Ingredients: Arctic lapa (burdock), Lapatho, Elm, Rhubarb

Use: Use a proportion of 30g of the herbal mixture for every 1 liter of water. Bring the water to a boil, lower the heat and add the herbs, simmer for 10 minutes, then turn off the heat, cover the tea and leave for about a night. The next day, strain it well and store it in the refrigerator. Drink the beverage one cup of tea every morning on an empty stomach.

Rene had noticed some scar tissue on the breast of a British patient, the elderly woman told her that doctors had diagnosed her with breast cancer 30 years ago, but she didn't want to do the surgery and didn't have the money.

The British woman had been informed of an old Indian medicinal formula by an Ojibwa Indian healer. Her healer told her that he could cure her cancer with this mixture of herbs. The woman took the Indian advice and applied it to herself, the result was that the woman lived after 30 years. The British woman gave the formula to nurse Renee and she applied it with great success to many of her patients uncharitably.

Essiac tea: one of the most popular alternative treatments (and for cancer) since 1922!

Many Essiac users believe that Essiac can improve the body's ability to fight cancer and that it is effective in reducing the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation. In 1937, Dr. Emma Carson spent 24 days at the clinic for inspection in Bracebridge, Ottawa, after examining 400 cases of cancer patients, he said:

The majority of patients were terminally ill, the results from Essiac treatment and the speed of recovery was amazing.

Born in Bracebridge, Ontario, Nurse Caisse prepared her original herbal formula into a drink called Essiac tea, which is Caisse's name spelled backwards.

From 1922 to 1978, Renee Caisse administered her herbal supplement Essiac to thousands of people at her clinic in Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada. Although she refused payment for her services, she accepted Old Ladyted donations to help support her clinic. Nurse Caisse dedicated her life to using the Essiac tea formula.

Nurse Rene Caisse continues to be loved and remembered for her contributions to naturopathic medicine. Bronze sculptures of Caisse have been dedicated to her memory in Bracebridge and at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto.

Arctio lappa: Burdock root is a good source of fiber, vitamins and minerals, including: Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Potassium and Magnesium.

Elm: Elm bark is a soothing and nourishing emollient particularly suitable for sensitive or inflamed membranes of the digestive system.

Lapatho: It is a good source of vitamins A and C, as well as potassium and magnesium, an herb also well known for its "cleansing" properties.

Rhubarb: The root of Indian rhubarb or rhubarb contains anthraquinones and tannins, it is also used like milk thistle (as a decoction) to detoxify and cleanse the body

Caution: The above product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease. You should not rely on the information on this page alone as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other health care professional. The information on this website is not advice and should not be treated as such.

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