Non-Commercial Essiac Sites and pages
Essiac Tea for Cancer Facebook group is an active discussion group for essiac tea and has a lot of good information.
This site has a lot of good historical articles and documents related to essiac.
Another great essiac site, containing a lot of helpful information and historical documentation.
Very helpful advice on how essiac should be used and other things you should also be doing along with it. Webster Kehr’s Cancertutor.com is an excellent resource for information on alternative medicines.
The Clouds Trust registered charity in the UK was established to research Rene Caisse’s herbal tea and other alternatives, and for the relief of persons who are terminally ill by the provision of a care service.
This excerpt from Richard Walters’ book Options: The Alternative Cancer Therapy Book is very comprehensive. His critical “Views About Chemotherapy, Radiation and Surgery” are located on the Healthy.net site, use keyword “Walters” in the site search.
Sites skeptical of Essiac
Steve Dunn’s well-researched discussion of essiac is summed up by his attitude of “While there is probably little harm in using Essiac tea, no one should rely on Essiac as a primary therapy for cancer – the evidence just isn’t there.” Steve Dunn’s research concerning other alternative therapies on his www.cancerguide.org site is excellent.
Researched, skeptical assessment of essiac by Stephen Barrett, M.D. on his impressive Quackwatch site. About dietary supplements, see his How to Spot a “Quacky” Web Site.
Alternative Health Sites
An excellent site with a wealth of information on natural cancer therapies.
Another great resource for alternative cancer remedies.
Information on medicinal herbs and natural remedies.