Ojibwa (Essiac) Tea (Dry Blend only)

 

Ojibwa Tea of Life® is an Essiac Tea four-herb blend that is pure, non-irradiated, organically grown and affordable. Essiac (pronounced “es-ee-ack”) is an herb tea formula attributed to Canadian nurse Rene Caisse (reen-case) of Bracebridge Ontario, Canada. This tea was used by Rene Caisse as a powerful herbal blend. The movie: Forbidden Cures is a great starting point to learn more about the use of this tea as an adjunct therapy.

From CancerTutor.com/essiac – Essiac is a product that is composed of four or more herbs, two of which — Sheep Sorrel and Burdock Root — are known to kill cancer cells. The other two herbs build the immune system and deal with detox and protecting the organs. Essiac Tea is a long-proven method of curing cancer. It dates back to the 1920s and before. While the basic components of Essiac are well known, the exact proportions of the herbs in Essiac are the matter of much speculation. The cancer patient should be far more concerned with the quality of the herbs, and the quality of the processing, than with the exact formula. Some brands have 4, 6 or 8 herbs (e.g. Flor-Essence has 8 herbs). The extra herbs won't hurt and may be of some help. But again, the quality of the herbs and the quality of the processing is the most important issue. It should be mentioned that it is the Sheep Sorrel that is the main cancer-killing herb in Essiac. Sheep Sorrel has been known about for more than a hundred years as a cancer-fighting herb.

Description

Important Note:
4 volume ounces (2.3 oz.) of Ojibwa Tea of Life™ dry blend yields around one gallon of the Essiac Tea. At the recommended use of 2-4 oz. of brewed tea per day, this represents approximately a 6 week supply.
8 volume ounces (1 cup) of Ojibwa Tea of Life™ dry blend yields around 256 ounces (or two gallons) of the Essiac Tea. At the recommended use of 4 oz. of brewed tea per day, this represents a 3-month supply

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