From Joyce Babick Gaham: I started using Just Tea and wanted to pass along a very pleasant side note. I have an older (almost 13) rescue pup that has intestinal worms on and off. I just could’t get a handle on them and the dewormer was so hard on him (he’s old and has a […]
Ginny, I am writing as I’m boiling my new combo from you. I have a question regarding the components. In pics and descriptions I’ve read about Essiac, some of the ingredients are described as being in powder form. In this bulk set I just received, that was not the case. All items are either in […]
SHEEP SORREL ROOTS Rene Caisse was very secretive about the Essiac tea recipe. The secret ingredient of Essiac tea was discovered by Sheila Snow who obtained letters from Dr. Chester Stock of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in 1979. Here is what Rene Caisse stated regarding the importance of using the whole sheep sorrel plant, including […]
One batch of Sheep Sorrel after its first rinse and ready for the second sorting to ensure rogue pieces of clover are removed. Each batch is rinsed and sorted multiple times before it is dried and stored. When you see a bottle of our tea, you know it’s bottled like we’re going to drink it, […]
Here is a picture of our sheep sorrel growing on our 6 acres.
Sharing a post from someone else, regarding uses for essiac (Just Tea).. You may not have heard of Essiac tea before, but it is one tea that you should familiarize yourself with. Essiac tea is made from boiling a combination of four specific herbs: sheep sorrel, burdock root, turkey rhubarb (or Indian rhubarb root), and […]