What is Essiac Tea?
Essiac Tea is a long-discovered method of fighting cancer. It dates back to before the 1920s.
Essiac Tea is a product that is composed of four 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.
While the basic components of Essiac are well known, the exact proportions of the herbs in Essiac Tea are the matter of much speculation. This is why theurbanherb.net defers to the original formula that Nurse Rene Caisse use to heal tens of thousands of terminal cancer patients. Many brands have added herbs or substituted herbs out of the original formula. The extra herbs won't hurt and may be of some help. But make no mistake, any alterations to the original formula and process in making the tea are not Essiac Tea and the expected results may vary drastically from the results documented by Nurse Rene Caisse.
It should be mentioned that it is specifically the Sheep Sorrel Root that is the main cancer-fighting herb in Essiac Tea and has been recognized as such for more than a hundred years. The root is very difficult to acquire and essential to include in the tea to duplicate the healing results that Rene Caisse documented for decades involving cancer patients. The tea is also a preventative measure as well as a healing method.
Over 20,000 people die each day from cancer. So if it scares you, that should not be an acceptable excuse when there are solutions available that assist the body in to changing this…..
Research Rene Caisse or Essiac Tea for a more detailed information of what our tea is capable of assisting the body to heal from. The Urban Herb takes great pride in making our Tea using the exact formula and processes as implemented by Nurse Rene Caisse for decades to assist and heal her patients that were often classified as “terminal” cancer patients by Western Allopathic Medicine. There are many similar products on the internet, however more often than not, they have either substituted the ingredients or are not following the precise instructions that make this tea so effective. The Urban Herb does not compromise on any of the ingredients or procedures to make this product because we understand (overstand), that your life may be at stake.
Burdock, Sheep Sorrel and Turkey Rhubarb are all classified in Ayurvedic medicine as cooling bitters.
The stabilizing, grounding effect of Slippery Elm is classified as sweet/neutral.
In combination the four herbs MAY:
- Stimulate the immune system.
- Soothe the digestive tract.
- Stimulate the digestive system and increase energy levels.
- Relieve lung congestion by opening and clearing the respiratory tract.
- Stimulate the heart and circulatory system, cleaning the blood and relieving congestion in the lymph system.
- Reduce body heat and inflammation, reduce and neutralize acidity and toxicity, to cool and purify the blood.
- Help regulate liver functions by regulating bile production.
- Help regulate sugar metabolism and spleen function.
- Help reduce excess body fat, relieving stress on the pancreas.
- When combined, anti-tumor properties may help reduce benign and malignant tumors.
- Assist the body into correcting cells that chose not to be replaced.
- Reduce pain associated with benign and malignant tumors.
4 Facts about Essiac Tea
1. Rene Caisse was a nurse living in Canada who for a period of almost 60 years treated hundreds of people with an herbal remedy she called Essiac.
2. Essiac tea is made from 4 main ingredients.
3. When Rene Caisse set up her clinical trials in Canada to test Essiac, she was given government permission to treat terminally ill cancer patients.
4. In 1937 Essiac came within three votes of being legalized as a treatment for cancer.
A demonstrated healing tea that has helped tens of thousands of people has been recreated for your health benefit. There is only one healer when it comes to any issues dealing with the human body, that would be none other than THE BODY ITSELF!
So please STOP looking for man and drugs to do something that the body can do on its own if given the appropriate tools. Man and or drugs did not create the body nor can he replicate it, so why would you believe that they can heal it?
THERE ARE NO CURES FOR ANYTHING, AS NONE ARE NEEDED!! The body has the answers you seek just pay more attention and listen closely.
Who should not take Essiac Tea?
- If you are pregnant, nursing or trying to conceive.
This tea contains constituents (chemicals) which may increase blood flow to the pelvic region and stimulate menses. Properties of this tea may pass through the mother's milk to the infant.
- If you have kidney disease, are prone to kidney stones, or kidney infections.
The varying amounts of oxalic acids in this tea are irritating to the kidneys.
- If you have ulcers or colitis.
The Turkey Rhubarb has an action of being a laxative or cathartic (depending on how much you take). Some properties in this root can be highly irritating to ulcers and colitis, exacerbating (or worsening) these conditions.
- If you have tumors that are encroaching on a major blood supply or an area of an organ that expansion of the tumor could have dire consequences.
Consult with your doctor to find out if this applies to you. In Rene's work, she reportedly noticed that in the beginning phase of a person taking this tea, the tumor could appear to enlarge before it began to break down. (One of the reasons she was adamant that they take very small doses.)
- If you have a brain tumor.
In Rene Caisse’s work, she noticed that many times the tea seemed to make the tumor initially grow, then break down. This can be extremely detrimental in the brain tissue. Rapid or excess growth can put pressure on areas of the brain that affect body/mental function.
Alkaline Water, Sheep Sorrel, (Sheep Sorrel Root 20%) Burdock Root, Turkey Rhubarb,
Slippery Elm Bark
Note: None of its contents are intended to diagnose, treat or cure any illness or disease. No statements have been evaluated by the FDA. The comments made are purely the opinion of the author and are not meant to be interpreted as undeniable “fact.” They are based on observations, made from research obtained from many sources.