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Make your own Essiac Tonic

In herbology, a tonic or tincture is a concentrated herbal extract that uses alcohol, plus or minus water, as a solvent to draw out the active molecules from the plants. This is compared to hot water as the solvent in tea. Some of the reasons why tonic

Easy Essiac Tea Recipe

This is a quick and easy way to make a small batch of essiac tea. This recipe makes about 1 liter or just a tad over a quart. When making small batches, sterility is less of a concern as the tea will most likely be used before

Calling of an Angel Ebook

Published in 1988, Calling of an Angel was the first well written book on Rene Caisse and essiac tea. The author, Dr. Gary Glum was the first person to reveal Rene Caisse's essiac formula to the public. The book is now out of print but you can

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Buying Essiac Tea

One pound (lb.) of essiac herb mix makes about 4 gallons of tea, enough to last a person taking a daily 1 oz. dose well over a year and a person taking 2 oz. daily around 7-8 months. The final amount (true yield) of tea resulting from

Black Seed’s Powerful Health Benefits

Do you need a remedy for colds, hypertension or asthma? Is your busy lifestyle upsetting your immune system and making you prone to illness, infection, and disease? This powerful herb may be the answer! The little seeds of black cumin, known as black seed, are well-known for

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Books on Essiac Tea

Black Root Medicine the Original Native American Essiac Formula by Mali Klein 2014. Black Root Medicine takes a uniquely inclusive look at the early known history of the Native American formula that was the basis for Canadian nurse Rene Caisse's herbal remedy Essiac, first made famous in

What is the Correct Essiac Tea Dosage?

Originally created by a native Ojibwa healer and brought to popular attention in the 1920’s, the herbal mixture Essiac has become one of the most widely used forms of alternative medicine in the treatment of various health conditions, most notably cancer. It was popularized by Canadian nurse

Turkey Rhubarb vs. Indian Rhubarb

One cup of essiac mix contains only about 1/2 teaspoon of rhubarb but there is controversy about which variety should be used, Turkey rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) or Indian rhubarb (Rheum officianale). Below are interesting arguments collected back in 1999-2000, including a definitive letter from an Ontario University

Turkey Rhubarb for Health

While the stalks of rhubarb plants are commonly used for food in various parts of the world, the roots of the turkey rhubarb (rheum palmatum) plant have been one of the most widely used herbs in Chinese traditional and alternative/complementary medicine for centuries. It is used for

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The Ingredients of Essiac Tea

Burdock Root Burdock, or Arctium lappa, goes by many names throughout the world, and is a common weed throughout Europe, Asia and north America that grows in soil that is high in nitrogen. The burdock roots cleaning abilities play a very important role in the essiac tea