Ingredients: Organic and Wild-Harvested Herbs: burdock root, sheep sorrel leaf, slippery elm bark, Turkey rhubarb root, kelp plant, red clover blossom, blessed thistle aerial parts, watercress plant.
Recommended Use: Take 2 fluid ounces of the tea once or twice a day on an empty stomach.*
Instructions*: For 3 quarts: Use 1 gallon water to 1½ cups of loose tea. For 1 quart: Use 5½ cups water to ½ cup of loose tea. Put distilled or purified water in a stainless steel or glass pan. Add loose tea and stir. When mixture begins to boil, cover pot, turn the heat down, and boil for 10 minutes. Turn the heat off and let the tea steep for 12 hours with the lid on. After 12 hours, heat the mixture again to the boiling stage. Turn off heat and cover and let stand for 15 -30 minutes. Strain tea into sterile or very clean glass bottles. Place lid on each bottle. Refrigerate after liquid cools. Keep refrigerated. Shake bottle before each use. The tea may be drunk cold or warm (do not heat in a microwave.) The twelve-hour brewing process is necessary for Essiac to have its powerful effect.*
Historical Note: The original two formulas for Essiac Tea come from Rene Caisse, a Canadian nurse who, starting in 1923, worked with cancer patients for over 40 years. There is a 4-herb and an 8-herb version of the tea. This tea includes a large amount of Rene Caisse’s four essential herbs with a small amount of the herbs that she added later in her practice.**This information is not to be construed as medical advice, but only to be considered educational in nature. For all illness, we recommend that you consult with your health care provider. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
|Dimensions||11 × 6.875 × 2.5 in|