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Caisse Formula – Essiac Tea
Since its formulation by a Canadian nurse (Rene Caisse) nearly 100 years ago, Essiac has become famous for its many reported health benefits. However, this herbal mixture’s most widely publicized health-related use is as cancer treatment, whether as adjunctive therapy to standard chemotherapy regimens or as comfort care for patients with terminal cases. The list of Essiac tea benefits is long. In addition to its reported benefits in treating cancer, Essiac is also known for its effectiveness in detoxification and immune system building.The original four-herb recipe contains:• Burdock root (Rheum palmatum),• Sheep sorrel (Rumex acetosella),• Slippery elm bark (Ulmus fulva),• Turkey rhubarb (Rheum pamatum).Stir 1 cup Essiac and 1 gallon water in large covered pot.  Boil low 10 minutes.  Let sit 12 hours and boil again 10 min.  Strain and refrigerate.Must be refrigerated once opened.Drink 2 oz in the morning and 2 oz before bed.

Caisse Formula – Essiac Tea

  • Ingredients: Burrdock Root, Sheap Sorrel, Slippery Elm Powder, Watercress Herb, Turkey Rhubarb

    Essiac is a decoction, not an infusion. An infusion is what we make when we put a tea bag in a cup of hot water. Generally speaking, an infusion tends to extract vitamins and volatile oils from leaves and flowers. A decoction is used to extract minerals, bitter components, etc. from hard materials such as roots, bark or seeds by boiling for a few minutes and then allowing the herbs to steep for several hours.

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