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Essiac is an herbal powder blend that has become well known for it’s natural and amazing health benefits as well as being an excellent natural detox method. Essiac tea benefits the entire body. The herbs are boiled for a short time and then left to steep for 8-12 hours. The tea is then boiled once more and then strained. Each herb in the essiac tea recipe has roots in natural folk medicine. Each herb has it’s own benefits, but when combined, these herbs work together in a synergistic fashion to provide an amazing health effect on the body.
Contains 100% Organic Essiac Herbs: Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel powder, Slippery Elm Bark Powder, and Turkey Rhubarb Root Powder!
Typical Preparations - Almost always used as a tea however encapsulations and even extracts are being distributed.
Our Essiac tes blend herbs will arrive in powdered form. Why? Using powdered herbs costs more and pack a much better punch than loose leaf. Although they cost more, the powdered herbs make a much STRONGER tea mixture. When you powder the herbs you break them down completely, there is NOTHING WASTED. Every part of the herb is used and that is the source of essiac's strength. By using every part of the herb there is more surface area for absorption, which means EVERYTHING IS BEING USED IN THE BREW. Nothing is wasted, there are no cutting corners. When we use powdered herbs we use the herbs at their fullest potential. We cannot stress enough the importance of powdered herbs. It is important to note that it is best to drink the sediment that is going to form when mixing the powered herbs; this contains many important nutrients and medicinal properties. So yes the powdered herbs cost more but our customers prefer this for good reason. This is how the original Essiac tea was made!
Essiac Brewing Instructions
Large 1+ gallon steel pot with tight fitting lid
Measuring cup (Glass)
Warm plate or heating element
Large 32+ ounce glass bottle
Mesh strainer or cheese cloth
Mix Essiac herbs (1 ounce) thoroughly with distilled water (32 ounces). Boil the mixture on high heat for 10 minutes. When complete place the pot on a heating element or "hot plate", cover, and let sit over night. Next morning place the covered pot back on stove with medium heat. When steam begins to develop turn the heat off and let pot sit covered for 5-10 minutes. Strain the brew through the strainer or cheese cloth into a glass container that has been properly cleaned and sterilized. Once cooled it is optimal to keep the herbal blend refrigerated. Shake well before each use!
Mix 1 ounce with 2 ounces of hot water. Don't forget to use a purified water or distilled water for mixing with. Try ph balanced and ion charged water from RealWater.com if you are seeking the most potent and balanced.
Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm Bark, Burdock Root, Turkey Rhubarb (All herbs are organic certified third party by Oregon Tilth)
Mixture contains the most Sheep Sorrel and Burdock Root for great results.
Precautions - Use as directed. Never inject essiac. Rhubarb root and sheep sorrel contain high concentrations of oxalic acid, so essiac should be avoided by people who have kidney stones. Rhubarb root is a stimulant laxative which must be avoided by persons who have any kind of intestinal obstruction. essiac must be taken on an empty stomach, nausea and indigestion may occur if used on a full stomach. Diarrhea and gastrointestinal discomfort may occur because of the laxative effects of essiac. Frequent urination may also occur. Because of the detoxification process, sufficient water should be drunk while using essiac, as water assists the body with the removal of toxins. Some individuals may be allergic to one or more of the herbs in the formula. Negative affects may also occur from taking too high a dosage of essiac, a low dosage is recommended. There are no known interactions between essiac and other medications or herbs. However, it is recommended that you consult a licensed physician before using essiac for any reason.