Essiac Tea – The Most Powerful Cancer Remedy!

Have you ever heard of the Essiac tea? This powerful mixture has been used as a cancer remedy at the beginning of the 20th century and is still used nowadays. Essiac tea was invented by a Canadian nurse name Rene Caisse (Essiac is Caisse spelled backwards), who discovered a natural formula made of 4 herbs that are able to defeat cancer as well as other serious diseases.

Somewhere around 1922, Rene Caisse learned about the mixture from a woman who defeated breast cancer. The woman got the recipe from a shaman of the Ojibwa people who used the mixture against various ailments. 2 years after learning about the recipe, Caisse’s aunt was suffering from liver cancer and was only given 6 months to live. Caisse started treating her with the incredible tea, and the woman lived for 20 years more with no traces of cancer!

After successfully treating her aunt, Caisse started experimenting with the formula. She gave up her job as a nurse and focused on the research – although there were many obstacles in her way, she overcame them all and developed a powerful tea formula that has helped thousands of her patients defeat cancer. In 1959, Caisse met Dr. Charles Brusch, John Kennedy’s personal doctor. Several years later, Brusch was diagnosed with cancer and cured it with the help of Essiac tea. Amazed by the results, Dr. Brusch helped Rene Caisse further develop and perfect the formula. In 1977, Caisse sold the rights for the formula to a Canadian pharmaceutical company, and the government allowed clinical trials in order to test its efficiency. However, the permission was withdrawn in 1982, and the recipe was seemingly lost until it resurfaced later.

Since the start of the 1980s, many companies tried to replicate the formula, but haven’t been successful. Some have produced a weaker, similar or more powerful version, and many people have had results with these altered formulas, although none is so powerful as the original Essiac tea. The original formula is not exactly known – reports say that it contains 4, 6 or 8 ingredients which can clean the blood, destroy toxins, promote cell repair, prevent mutation and improve the overall health.

Caisse used 4 herbs to prepare the original Essiac formula – burdock root, slippery elm, sheep sorrel and rhubarb root. The formula improved by Dr. Brusch contained 4 more herbs (watercress, red clover, kelp and thistle), which was then perfected by a nurse named Elaine Alexander into the Flor Essence.

Burdock root is a powerful herb which can prevent cell mutation, strengthen the immune system, promote the production of bile, improve the liver, lungs and kidneys, and treat acne, rashes and ringworms. It’s a powerful blood purifier which can neutralize toxins in your blood and prevent a variety of problems.

Sheep sorrel, the second ingredient used by Rene Caisse in her original formula, is a herb that gives the tea its main cancer-killing properties. It’s rich in chlorophyll and is best used when the plant is young. Sheep sorrel can reduce inflammation, detoxify the liver and blood, strengthen your cells, treat radiation damage, improve your digestion and promote the production of new red blood cells.

Slippery elm can reduce swelling and intestinal bleeding, soothe inflammation in the gut, calm down an irritated stomach and acts as a natural laxative that can clean your intestines.

Finally, the rhubarb root used in the original recipe has powerful laxative properties and can easily boost your digestion. Rhubarb root can also improve your blood flow and regulate your menstruation, while also accelerating the healing of wounds and destroying tumors and cancer cells.

The four other ingredients in the improved Essiac formulas are watercress, red clover, kelp and blessed thistle, each one with their own characteristics and powerful cancer-killing properties. When all these ingredients are combined, they create a powerful detoxifier which can clean your body of toxins and chemical and reduce inflammation as well. Besides treating cancer, Essiac tea has also been considered as a powerful remedy against cysts, fibroids and benign tumors, chronic digestive problems, endometriosis, parasitic infections, skin problems, diabetes, insomnia and other sleeping disorders, inflammation in the joints and irregular menstruation.

How to take Essiac tea

Essiac tea should be taken on an empty stomach. Nowadays, it can also be found in the form of capsules, extract, powder mix or tea bags. The powdered form is less processed by the other forms and is better than tea bags as its not filtered through them.

If you decide to brew Essiac tea on your own, you should put 2 ounces of the powder in a pot of water, leave it to boil, then simmer the mixture on low heat for 10-15 minutes and take it off the stove. Leave the Essiac tea overnight with a lid on the pot, then funnel it in tightly closed glass jars or bottles. You can refrigerate the mixture for a few weeks. Before you drink it, mix 3 ounces of the brewed tea with 3 ounces of filtered water and drink it all.

As we said, it’s best to drink the tea on an empty stomach 30 minutes before meals or 2 hours afterwards. For minor health problems, drink 2 ounces of the tea twice a day, while for cancer and other serious diseases, drink 3 ounces of the tea 3 times a day. The tea is completely natural and has no side-effects at all, and you can drink it until you completely restore your health. You can still drink 3 ounces of it a day afterwards to maintain your health.

Although the drink is beneficial, it’s definitely not for everyone. Consuming it may cause pain and some adverse reactions for some people, and the tumors may grow before they shrink. Avoid consuming Essiac tea if you’re suffering from a brain tumor. The tea works best for people that have been just diagnosed with cancer – if you’re suffering from an aggressive and advanced form of cancer, the tea should be taken as a supplement and not the primary treatment.

It’s best to consult your doctor if you’re on any medications before drinking the tea. Essiac tea is pretty powerful, but it’s not recommended for women trying to conceive or children under the age of 12.