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Testimonials for Essiac Tea

Share Your Experiences with Essiac Tea! If you have an essiac tea testimonial to share, please visit the contact page or send it to [email protected] You can also post in the comments section if you like. I was diagnosed with level 3 melanoma cancer in 1995.

Some Findings About Making and Taking Essiac Tea

Use common sense and talk to your doctor or office nurse before trying any remedy, keep them informed about alternatives and supplements you start taking. If your doctor never heard of essiac, tell him the names of the herbs in it. He may have good reason that

Slippery Elm Bark: A Native Medicine

For centuries, the soft inner bark of the slippery elm tree (Ulmus fulva) has been used by Native Americans for treatment in a variety of health conditions, including: Skin wounds and burns Sore throat Cough Gastroesophageal Reflux/Heartburn Inflammatory Bowel Disease (ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease) Irritable Bowel

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Growing Your Own Sheep Sorrel

Respected author and researcher Mali Klein has always recommended that consumers grow their own Sheep sorrel. The only herb Rene Caisse always harvested herself was Sheep sorrel, buying the other herbs whenever possible. She dried the Sheep sorrel on the floor of her house. According to Mali

Rene Caisse & The History of Essiac Tea

Rene Caisse at her clinic in Bracebridge, Ontario Rene Caisse was a Canadian nurse who used essiac to treat thousands of people throughout her life. She first learned about the tea in 1922 during a conversation with a patient, an older English woman. Rene noticed

Pros and Cons of Essiac Capsules

Essiac came to the public eye through the tireless work of Canadian nurse Rene Caisse, who used Essiac to treat cancer patients for over 50 years with a plethora of reported successful cases. During her decades of work with Essaic, Caisse exclusively used the mixture in tea

Preparing the Essiac Tea Recipe

If it works, don't change it. - Rene Caisse Making the essiac tea recipe can seem like a lot of work, but after the first time it's a breeze. It's much easier to buy the herbs already mixed. If you have the herbs and

History of the Essiac Tea Formula

Essiac is an herbal remedy that has become a well-known alternative treatment for several medical conditions, including cancer, general inflammation, sinusitis, bacterial/viral/fungal infections, and more. Its roots lie in traditional native medicine, but it has grown into a commercially available, widely distributed product in the past 100

Health Benefits of the Sheep Sorrel Herb

Sheep sorrel (Rumex acetosella), also known simply as sorrel or dock, is a perennial plant that has been used in multiple roles for centuries, including: Anti-cancer therapy Anti-inflammatory agent Diuretic Antibacterial agent and immune system booster Antioxidant Vitamin deficiency Food preparation In present times, the plant’s leaves

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Essiac Tonics and Extracts

The herbal mixture Essiac has emerged as one of the most popular forms of alternative treatment in the past century. Originally created by an Ojibwa healer, the mixture was promoted by Canadian nurse Rene Caisse as a treatment for multiple health conditions, most famously cancer. Caisse only