Essiac tea got its name from the lady Rene Caisse herbalist who made numerous herbal blends and the name of this tea is unique in terms of the reverse name of its inventor. This lady lived in Canada and started a free health program in 1934. That year, she formed free accommodation for people who suffer from malignancy and who are seriously ill in the settlement of Bracedridge, more precisely the outdated British Lion Hotel. She received this hotel for a rent of one dollar, which she paid every month. Rene started her complete work because of her aunt and stepfather, who suffered from malignancy.
She was fascinated by the use of herbs and esiac tea to treat malignancy and successfully applied treatments to her relatives.
What is esiac tea
Canadian sister Rene Caisse promoted Esiak as early as 1920 as a natural treatment for cancer. She claimed she got it from a patient who got it from an Obibwa Canadian herbalist from Ontario.
This tea was a medicine that was used for years and even centuries before by the Ojibwa Indians to treat various ailments.
In addition to its anticancer properties, tea is believed to cleanse the body, strengthen the immune system and reduce inflammation in the body.
Tea is mainly sold in powder form, in the form of tea and capsules.
Essay tea diabetes and cancer
City Council Bracedridge together with several very professional doctors and cured patients who suffered from concurrent diabetes mellitus and malignancies have begun to greatly assist the work of the malignancy treatment center. Thanks to the help of Ms. Rene, it is possible to take care of the sick in good conditions for the patient. Cassie also made an agreement with the company Resperin, which gave her the authorization to authorize her Esijak tea.
But after a while, this company lost interest in tea and the whole project went into oblivion. All this news and intrigue about Esijak tea and its healing powers reached the alternative doctor Dr. Gary Glum, who treated top athletes. Dr. The actor even wrote a book about this tea and called it “Angel, Healing and Rene’s Help” which he dedicated herbs Rene Caisse .
Esijak tea action
Esijak tea has shown a very successful and wide range of effects in people with malignancy. It should be emphasized that the carrier of the complete anti-cancer treatment is the plant Rumex acetosella (COM) sheep’s sorrel).
No unconventional treatment should be used without a quality diet that limits the possibility that the ingested food will also increase and accelerate the development of cancer. Also pay attention to the use of plastic and aluminum that should be avoided while consuming Esijak tea. If fungi appear on tea, or bottles, the entire contents should be discarded.
This tea should not be exposed to too much sunlight because the sun destroys some compounds that are medicinal in this preparation. It should be noted that this tea should not be cooled in the sense of putting it in the freezer, refrigerator or adding ice cubes.
Esijak tea is considered an exceptional means of combating various types of malignancies. Although all herbal ingredients are used independently, they work much better in combination. The precise amount of each plant is a real natural recipe for treating tumors.
Scientific studies and research
For example, in one study, esiac tea was proven to have antioxidant properties. Esijak tea acts preventively as a protection DNA from damage . In this way, essiac tea protects the body from cancer.
In another study, esiac tea blocked the growth of breast cancer and the development, the onset of leukemia. On this occasion, esiac tea was given to patients in high concentration.
There is other evidence in which esiac tea has affected some other types of cancer. In the case of a man who was suffering from prostate cancer , esiac tea prevented remission of cancer.
Also in some studies, such as animal studies, esiac tea has not shown any significant effects on tumors.
The composition of essiac tea
Esijak tea contains four main plants that are cultivated from the vegetation area of Ontario in Canada. The innovative method in Western culture has its origins in the Ojibway Canadian Indians. Many brands of this tea are named after this Indian tribe.
The four main herbs contained in Essiac tea or Ojibwae blend are:
Burdock root, which has the functions of antibiotics, prevents the development of fungi in the body, increases urine flow.
Ulmus rubra or bark of the red elm (slippery elm) which helps with inflammation of the throat and affects various intestinal problems.
Rumex acetosella (COM) sheep’s sorrel) has diuretic properties and which has the strongest anticancer properties than other tea ingredients.
Rheum palmatum ( Indian rhubarb) root is used in conventional medicine as a stimulator of oxidation of the organism.
Essiac tea blend and its use
Together, these plants can help stabilize the body and at the same time free the contaminated body from various harmful substances from the patient’s blood. The ingredients of this mixture also help to strengthen the immune system, while making it easier for the body to fight against malignancy. Thanks to the characteristics of strengthening the immune system, tea is also used for many other diseases such as AIDS ,, diabetes and in various degenerative diseases. People who have used this tea claim that it helps with various skin infections, digestive problems and thyroid problems.
The mixture of these herbs should be cooked without a lid for 10 to 20 minutes, then cover the mixture and leave it to stand all night on a low heat, because the tea must not be completely cooled until the morning. In the morning, heat it again on a slightly higher heat and let it age in a ceramic or glass dish. Always use stainless steel utensils for cooking and ceramic or glass utensils for storage. Five grams of tea mixture is used for half a liter of liquid. In total, about one liter of tea should be made.
It should be emphasized that this tea is not effective in severe patients over 4 degrees. Liquid extracts or encapsulated extracts of this tea mixture are then used. Tea is drunk three times a day and should start with smaller doses and over time they should be increased to 3 decilitres per one daily dose.
This tea also helps reduce pain and restore the immune system in the body of the patient.
The use of esiac tea is associated with some side effects
These include sweating, frequent urination, increased bowel activity, skin problems, headaches and swollen joints.
Esijak tea should be avoided by pregnant and breastfeeding women