Re: [MOL] Essiac Tea [12444] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] Essiac Tea

Hi Cathy,

My dad is taking this tea.  He gets it from Nature's Sunshine.  Dad has been
taking it for a while now and has not had any problem with it.  It's hard to
say if is helping him since he takes all kinds of herbs and things but I do
know that he has been feeling good and noticed after he started taking all
these things that he doesn't need to take his indigestion medicine anymore and
he has a lot of energy.

This is what Nature's Sunshine wrote about Essiac Tea:

System:  Immune 

E-Tea is NSP's easy-to-use, encapsulated form of traditional Essiac Tea.  In
1922, Canadian nurse Rene Caisse consulted an elderly Native American about
the nutritional concerns of one of her friends.  The Native American
recommended an herbal tea recipe that, although simple in substance, was time-
consuming and difficult to prepare.  Rene's friend began to use and enjoy the
formula, and soon others wanted to try it.  Its popularity caught on, and
eventually thousands were using it.  It became known as Essiac tea, Caisse's
name spelled backwards.  Due to the complexity of the preparation process, it
would take hours for you to make this tea at home.  Thanks to NSP, it is
possible to provide the same herbal combination in convenient capsule form. 
E-Tea contains burdock root, sheep sorrel herb, slippery elm bark and Turkey
rhubarb root. 
Two capsules of E-Tea are equivalent to 2 ounces of traditionally brewed
Essiac Tea.  To drink as a tea,  
empty the contents of two capsules into 4 ounces of hot water.  Take two
capsules three times daily on an empty stomach. 

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