Essiac Tea

What is Essiac Tea?

Essiac is a mixture of 4 herbs that are found in the wild, and were used by Native Americans for centuries before Rene Caisse found out about them. These four herbs include:

Organic Sheep sorrel with the roots. We use the entire sheep sorrel plant in our ready to drink pre-made essiac tea and dry tea packets, which is roughly 25%.

Organic Burdock Root

Organic Turkey Rhubarb

Organic Slippery Elm Bark

The herbs, when mixed together, simply balances the immune system, while cleansing the blood, oxygenating the cells and detoxifying the body. In order for cancer to appear, the immune system had to have been weakened. We do this ourselves with what we eat, breathe, and drink, how we groom ourselves, and how we treat our bodies during our busy lives. To learn more click  HERE to read all about the 4 herbs of Essiac.

How do I make Essiac Tea?

We love that you want to start this journey of making your own Essiac Tea! Click HERE for our Just Tea brewing instructions.

How much Essiac do I or my pets need to take?

The recommended dose is 2oz (59ml) twice a day on an empty stomach. If this is your first time taking the tea start out at once a day to see how your body reacts, then build up to the full dose.

Click HERE to see dosing information for your pets.

Who is Rene Caisse?

Rene was a Canadian nurse who “treated thousands of cancer patients, most of them written off by doctors as terminally ill, with her own secret herbal formula. She called it Essiac—Caisse spelled backwards—and she brewed the tea herself, alone in her kitchen.” We encourage you to click here to read all about her rich history.

Are there any precautions to taking Essiac Tea?

Generally there are no major side effect with Essiac usage. For more information on possible side effects click HERE. Consult with your doctor before taking Essiac tea.

More Resources

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