What is in our Essiac Tea?
The ingredients in our Essiac Tea:
- Burdock Root
- Sheep Sorrel – Yes, this blend includes the highly beneficial Sheep Sorrel root.
- Slippery Elm Bark
- Rhubarb Root
WEIGHT: 80g – serves approximately 40 cups.
How to make Essiac Tea?
1. Use 10g (1 tablespoon) of tea per 1 litre of pure spring water.
2. Boil the water for 10 minutes and allow to cool.
3. Store your tea in glass bottle in fridge. Serves approximately 40 cups.
Dosage of Essiac Tea:
The amount of tea consumed depends on you and the condition of your health. Typically, the dosage that is recommended is 30ml of herbal tea diluted in 60ml of hot water. This should be sipped slowly, preferably before bed or on rising. Food should be avoided at least an hour after drinking the tea.
Not intended to diagnose in any way.
For treatment consult a healthcare professional.
What is Essiac Tea used for?
The blend based on Rene Caisse’s traditional formula has many health benefits but is commonly known as an alternative treatment for cancer. While it is not recommended as a cancer treatment, there are studies that show an improved sense of well-being for those who consumed it. This could simply be due to the relaxing act of enjoying a cup of tea or because of the many beneficial properties it contains.
Rene Caisse’s formula has been perfected throughout the years and is made up of a mixture of roots, bark and leaves. The blend is designed to aid the body in removing toxins and wastes, allowing cellular renewal and improved health. Each ingredient helps boost the immune system and detoxify the body.
It is also good for gastrointestinal diseases, diabetes and your overall good health.
Are there any side effects of Essiac Tea?
Like anything, it is all about moderation. Our herbal blend is a detox for our body and it will help discharge waste and toxins. There can be minor symptoms that appear when starting to drink the tea including, headaches, mild diarrhea, nausea and a runny nose.
The main side effects of Essiac Tea all come down to dosage. If we consume to much of it, it could lead to gastrointestinal discomfort, diarrhea, diabetes, kidney stones and headaches/nausea. There have been very few reports of these side effects occurring.
For further information about the uses of Essiac Tea visit: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0032517/
Where can I buy Essiac Tea?
If purchasing from us directly online (scroll to top of page) is not an option for you, find out where to buy Essiac Tea in Sydney and Australia: find a stockist
Store out of direct sunlight below 30°C.
Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.