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Essiac Tea Blend

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A world-famous traditional remedy featuring Burdock, Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm and Turkey Rhubarb

Essiac Tea Blend™ from Blessed Herbs builds on the famed healing powers of Essiac tea recipes, passed down through decades of passionate herbal remedies and traditions. First discovered by legendary Canadian Nurse Renne Caisse in 1922, Essiac is a non-caffeinated tisane packed with active plant compounds and healthy nutritional support for your immune system, digestive health and more.*

Essiac Tea Blend

Essiac cleansing tea from Blessed Herbs delivers only the most powerful botanical species traditionally included in Essiac Tea: Sheep Sorrel, Burdock Root, Slippery Elm Bark and the Root of Turkey (also called Chinese) Rhubarb. These powerful ingredients promote digestive health while at the same time gently soothing the gastrointestinal system.*

Essiac tea cleanser also encourages a healthy appetite and promotes a healthy immune and inflammatory response because of the high vitamin C content and natural antioxidants found throughout its ingredients. Essiac Tea™ can promote vibrant, healthier looking skin. Experience what thousands of herbal tea drinkers already enjoy – try Essiac Tea Blend™ from Blessed Herbs today!*

Herbal Ingredients

  • Burdock Root – Burdock Root can promote skin as well as heart, blood and cardiovascular health. The plant is rich in phytosterol plant compounds and fatty acids – and has been utilized as a natural herbal remedy for a variety of skin ailments. Burdock root is a traditional foodstuff (although now less common), has been used as a bittering agent for beer, and was even the inspiration for Velcro.*

  • Sheep Sorrel – Sheep Sorrel grows in open, rocky terrain around the world. Because of its high Vitamin C content, Sheep Sorrel may encourage a healthy immune system. This herb is widely regarded as a strong laxative, promoting healthy digestion, appetite and evacuation. Sheep Sorrel may promote a healthy inflammatory response, particularly in the stomach.*

  • Slippery Elm Bark – Widely known as an herbal remedy for stomach health, the bark of this common North American tree may help coat mucus membranes in the digestive tract, promoting a healthy response to inflammation and irritation. The inner bark of Slippery Elm can be ground up and included in teas, encouraging respiratory as well as nerve health.*

  • Turkey Rhubarb – Turkey Rhubarb has been used as an ingredient in strong herbal remedies for years. Also called Chinese Rhubarb, this herb is regarded as a potent digestive aid, promoting stomach health and stimulating sluggish appetites.*

2 Reviews (read all)
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July 5, 2014
"It works to fight cancer. "
This works. Believe in it and use it as directed and it works. My father-in-law used it. My mother-in-law made it according to the directions and his liver was free of cancer. He was diagnosed in 2006 of pancreatic cancer spreading to the liver. All on the liver was gone. Unfortunately the radiation killed him as the radiation closed the duodenum and he passed from sepsis. He was doing so well and we credited this. He was faithful in taking it and side effects of chemo were lessened too. This truly is from God's land.
May 27, 2014
"Thanks for your consistent service!"
I used to mix the Essiac formula myself when the ingredients were available in the correct consistency (powdered, etc). I really appreciate that you folks have the same formula that I used, premixed and at a reasonable price. Thanks for your consistent service! - James M.
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These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
†Offer applies to retail customers only. Offer is not valid for wholesale customers. Not valid on cleansing kits or bulk herbs.
Offer cannot be applied to prior transactions. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Offer expires 8/28/14.

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