Essiac Extract

$34.95
Essiac Herbal Supplement powder or extract

ESSIAC® Powder or Essiac Extract


ESSIAC® Powder

Serving Size: 2 – 4 oz fl oz (60 - 120 ml)
Servings Per Container: 18 - 36

This method of preparation is most often used for roots and barks. You will need to bringing water to a boil, add the appropriate amount of herb, and then bring the preparation to boil and simmer as per the directions until some of the liquid is gone. This preparation will take a few hours. With the Essiac® powder “decoction” you will reduce the liquid from 88 fluid ounces to72 fluid ounce. Keep in mind that all the glass bottles you use have to be sterilized.

SUGGESTED USE: For adults, take 2-4 fl. Oz (60-120mL) twice daily, and preferably one hour before or after meals. As a reminder, discuss the supplements and medications you take with your health care providers.

One bottle will last 1-2 weeks if taken as suggested. Use within two weeks after opening.

ESSIAC® Extract

10.5 fl oz (300 ml)

Serving Size: 2–4 tsp (10 – 20 ml)
Servings Per Container: 15 - 30

Each Serving Contains 4.8 g of:
Burdock, liquid extract (root)
Sheep sorrel, liquid extract (leaves)
Slippery elm, liquid extract (bark)
Indian rhubarb, liquid extract (root)

As well as:  110 IU of Vitamin A & 1 mg of Vitamin C

Essiac Extract

Quality
The herbs in ESSIAC® are grown specifically for Essiac Canada International harvested at peak times in order to ensure maximum botanical potency. The herbs used in ESSIAC® are grown without the use of herbicides or pesticides, and are not irradiated. ESSIAC® is produced to a pharmaceutical grade certification.History of ESSIAC®

History
In 1922, a patient spoke to Nurse Rene M. Caisse of a Canadian Ojibwa Indian herbal formula. Nurse Caisse prepared her herbal formula into a tea named ESSIAC, which is Nurse Caisse's name spelled backwards.
 
From 1922 to 1978 Nurse Rene Caisse lived in Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada. She ran her clinic on Dominion Street from 1934 to 1942 and continued to give Essiac to people until the late 1970’s. Rene Caisse continues to be loved and remembered for her contributions to naturopathic medicine.

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