• Burdock Root
  • Turkey Rhubarb
  • Slippery Elm Bark
  • Sheep Sorrel
  • Dried Tea

Testimonials and Updates from our Just Tea-essiac tea customers.

Another note from a customer yesterday. On 4/4/2016 6:42 PM, Ron wrote: > Hi Ginny thanks for the speedy delivery. I’m going through my Emails while sitting in the birthing room in Jacksonville waiting for my first grand daughter. My wife can’t believe she’s 15 years cancer free. And living to have a grand child. […]

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Excerpts from the newsletter “Unusual Alternatives for Health” Aug-Sep 1992

Dr. Gary Glum wrote the book “ Calling of an Angel.”   Here are some excerpts from the newsletter regarding Essiac. “Rene found that ESSIAC was a strong preventive.  These findings were substantiated by Dr. Albert Schatz (discoverer of the cure for Tuberculosis at Temple University.” “Rene found that ESSIAC would normalize the thyroid gland. […]

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Interesting tip on Turkey Rhubarb

Here is an interesting tip on Turkey Rhubarb.  This comes from the Mountain Herbs explanation of how turkey rhubarb root works…  “Chinese  physicians today use rhubarb root teas to treat stubborn skin infections caused by Staph Aureus.  A powder of rhubarb root and licorice can be made into a plaster to treat boils and furuncles.”

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