Western Botanicals Essiac Tea: This popular formula is made to the exact specification outlined by Rene Caisse, without the endorsement and exorbitant cost. It is a gentle yet powerful blood cleanser used successfully for everything from acne to the worst health problems. All herbs used are organically grown.
Suggested Guidelines: not recommended if pregnant or nursing. May have a mild laxative effect. Discontinue use if diarrea or abdominl cramping occur. Consult your healthcare profesional if condition persists.
Western Botanicals Essia Tea contains: Burdock root, Sheep sorrel, Slippery Elm bark, Turkey Rhubarb root, either organic or wildcrafted.
To make tea: Put 4 rounded tablespoons of dry herbs into 32 oz. of pure water. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and let simmer for 15 minutes. Let liquid cool for 10 - 12 hours at room temperature, keeping covered. Reheat to 185 degrees (almost to a boil) and remove from heat. Add enough pure water to return back to original 32 oz. Let stand for 20 minutes, strain and place in a covered glass container and refrigerate. Add 2 - 4 tablespoons of tea to 1 cup of hot pure water 1 to 2 times a day on an empty stomach.
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