Essiac is the registered name of a herbal formula adapted from the Ojibwa Indians of North America by a French Canadian nurse named Rene Caisse. Essiac supports the immune system and is a blood purifier, helping to detoxify and cleanse the body.
Essiac is the registered name of a herbal formula adapted from the Ojibwa Indians of North America by a French Canadian nurse named Rene Caisse. Essiac is her name spelt backwards.
The formula contains four herbs, Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm and Turkey Rhubarb. These were traditionally combined in specific quantities and brewed as an infusion over several hours in order to fully extract the active ingredients into a medicinal tea. Essiac tea is taken as a herbal tonic, especially for people with cancer.
Essiac supports the immune system and is a blood purifier, helping to detoxify and cleanse the body.
In cases of chronic fatigue, poor cell function and toxic overload Essiac is a tonic to support improved function.
Essiac Side Effects
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