ESSIAC TEA, aka Ezisk, Esiak, 4 herb tea, Four Herb Tea
This is the original formula developed by Rene Caisse. Nothing has been added to change her formula. This blend contains no caffeine, preservatives, or colorants.
ESSIAC TEA INGREDIENTS:
20 Parts cut Burdock Root (Arctium lappa)
16 Parts powdered Sheep Sorrel (Rumex acetosella)
4 Parts powdered Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus fulva)
1 part powdered Indian Rhubarb Root (Rheum palmatum)
3 TO 5 Gallon stainless steel or glass pot
Stainless steel or wooden spoon
Large Pyrex measuring cup
2 gallons of distilled water
8 32 oz. amber glass bottles with airtight lids
All bottles and caps must be sterilized after use if you plan to use them again for ESSIAC Tea.
Bottles and caps must be washed and rinsed thoroughly, and then immersed in boiling water.
The ESSIAC TEA you have just made is all natural and contains no preservatives. It should be treated as a perishable food and kept in the refrigerator at all times.
We get our herbs from different sources and every harvest varies in amounts of plant constituents due to differing soil and climate conditions. Some variation in color and thickness of the ESSIAC TEA will occur from one batch to the next.
Not recommended for pregnant or nursing women.
HOW TO MAKE THE TEA
Mix the dry herb formula thoroughly. This is especially important if you purchased a 4 cup package and you are only making a one cup batch.
Pour 2 gallons of distilled water into a pot. Be sure to use a pot that is large enough so it doesn't boil over.
Put 1 cup of ESSIAC herb formula into the water.
Bring water to a rolling boil in the pot with the lid on.
Simmer for 10 to 12 minutes and turn stove off.
Scrape herbs off the side of the pot.
Allow pot to remain closed for 12 hours.
Stir the herbs off the bottom of the pot. Turn stove to full heat for about 20 minutes (scalding), but do not boil.
Turn stove off.
Sterilize the eight 32 oz. bottles and caps. Take them out of the hot water one at a time as you are ready to fill them.
A glass funnel with a filter will allow you to filter the tea as you pour it into the 32 oz. bottles.
Use a glass measuring cup to pour hot liquid into the hot bottles immediately, taking care to tighten caps.
Allow bottles to cool, then tighten caps again.
Refrigerate until ready for use.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Heat 2 oz. distilled water in a non-aluminum pot. Add 2 oz. of ESSIAC Tea (shake bottle well first). Mix and drink. Take on an empty stomach, before or at least 2 hours after eating as a preventative, or twice daily as a treatment. Taking it before retiring and again the next morning works very well.
DRIED HERBS - One cup of these dried herbs (premixed in the correct proportions) makes nearly 2 gallons of tea. Each package comes with complete instructions. Making the tea yourself is the most economical way to use this formula. Another added benefit is that your energy goes into the tea as you make it. We believe that the more we take part in our own healing, the better results we can obtain.
ESSIAC TEA - DRY HERBAL BLEND -
1 CUP $12.00
4 CUPS $30.00
12 - 32 oz.. Amber Glass Bottles with lids - $24.00