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

The Just Tea (essiac tea) Difference
Our tea follows the Rene Caisse recipe who was given the recipe by an Ojibwa medicine man.  He described the tea this way, ” A holy drink that purifies the body and places it back in balance with the great spirit.”

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Here is a link to list of stores that carry Just Tea (essiac tea).  You can buy from those stores or go to our products/purchase page.

 

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Our History

I began brewing Just tea (essiac tea) for family many years ago in South Carolina.

What’s In It?

Just Tea contains water, Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm Bark, and Turkey Rhubarb Root.

Burdock RootSheep Sorrel Slippery Elm Bark Turkey Rhubarb Root

I honor the original recipe by handcrafting the precise percentages in smaller batches and ensuring that ingredients are Organic.

**Although from time to time I may share the experiences of those who use Just Tea (essiac tea) and those who buy it for others, this product is not approved for any type of medical treatment by the FDA, nor has it been tested as a supplement.**

 

  • Organic
  • American Grown
  • Handcrafted
  • Natural
  • A Gift of  Generations
  • Made in Tennessee

 

Our Future

Just Tea (essiac tea) brews in Sparta, Tennessee, and my “family brew” is now offered to the public

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