Organica Essiac Herbal Tea


Essiac Herbs showed they are potent antioxidant protecting cells from damage. cancer, improving immunity, liver, kidney, heart, hypothyroidism perimenopause and menopause excessive menstruation, digestive constipation diarrhea heartburn stomach pain 

Ingredients + Benefits

Organica Essiac Herbal Tea In 1922, nurse Rene Caisse first introduced Essiac to the world. She presented it as an alternative treatment for cancer. The story goes that she had a patient who claimed Essiac tea cured their breast cancer. That patient gave Caisse the formula, which originally came from an Ontario Ojibwa healer.

A laboratory study on Essiac Herbs showed that it had antioxidant features and it can protect cells from damage. It also showed that it had some effect on the immune system.

Proponents have claimed that Essiac Herbs help detoxify the body, strengthen the immune system, and fight cancer. Proponents of Essiac have further claimed that it can help relieve pain, reduce side effects, improve quality of life, and reduce tumor size.

Who shouldn’t take Essiac
In addition, the tea’s manufacturers also note that women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should avoid this product.
If your going in for surgery stop a couple of weeks before or if your on blood thinners, & people taking diuretics, diabetes medication, low blood pressure. check with your doctor if you have medical conditions.

Made to the original formula, whole-body tonic.


Sheep Sorrel, Burdock Root, Slippery Elm, Hubarb Root, Blessed Thistle, Red Clover, Kelp.

Sheep sorrel leaves have been valued as a diuretic to remove excess fluid from the body, for urinary and kidney complaints, and to strengthen the heart. Other uses include: blood disorders, skin conditions, fevers, inflammation, diarrhea, excessive menstruation, and for throat and mouth ulcer

Burdock root an aphrodisiac, liver cleanse improves and elimination, lowers blood pressure, 

Slippery elm coats and soothes the mouth, throat, stomach, and intestines. It also contains antioxidants that help relieve inflammatory bowel conditions.

Hubarb root, primarily for digestive complaints including constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, stomach pain, gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding, and preparation for certain GI diagnostic procedures.

Blessed thistle, promotes lactation, blessed thistle is believed to stimulate appetite and treat diarrhea, indigestion, colds, and flu. Others apply blessed thistle directly to boils, abscesses, and other skin infections to speed healing.

Red clover purified” the blood by acting as a diuretic (helping the body get rid of excess fluid) and expectorant (helping clear lungs of mucous), improving circulation, and helping cleanse the liver.

Kelp can prevent hypothyroidism, Seaweed polyphenols regulate metabolic function by activating fatty tissue to enhance energy consumption, alters estrogen and phytoestrogen metabolism and these changes likely include modulation of colonic bacteria. The fatty acids, polyphenols, and other antioxidants found in seaweed help protect the body against free radicals and oxidative stress. This is helpful during perimenopause and menopause, as the body goes through big changes that can increase free radicals.

How to Use & prepare Essiac Tea two options
Add 1 teaspoon to 2OO ml of water  boiling water into a tea pot leave for 1O – 15 min then strain & drink or

Decoction use 1O teaspoon’s to  2 litres of water into a pot on the stove, leave lid on bring to the boil, turn temperature down then slimmer for 1O min, let cool, place in the fridge for 12 hrs, then reheat next day the amount you want to drink to  boiling point, drink. Kee the rest in the fridge until you want to drink it.

There are differing thoughts on the best way to prepare Essiac, so please choose what your research tells you to do.



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