The War on Cancer
It’s always amazing to me how allopathic medicine focuses so much on seeking, killing, and destroying cancer. Don’t get me wrong, it does work some times. The problem is that these very strong methods of radiating and bombarding the body with toxic chemicals do much more than destroy cancer. They’re damaging many vital, healthy parts of the body at the same time.
Our bodies have the innate capacity to heal themselves. If you give your body the right nutrients and components it needs, it will restore itself to a healthy state. Before you wage war, shouldn’t you see if the enemy might want to surrender? Cancer has to surrender in a healthy environment. It has no choice but to wave the white flag and give up. But how can you create that healthy environment? The answer is as simple as tea.
Canada’s Cancer Cure
In the mid 1920’s a Canadian nurse named Rene Caisse was taking care of an elderly woman in a Toronto hospital. This woman had scar tissue on her breasts and began to tell Rene how she had advanced breast cancer 30 years before. Doctors told her it must be removed, but an Indian Medicine Man told her he could cure her. The Medicine Man gave her the names of four herbs and told her to make a tea out of them. She was to drink the tea every day. Her cancer was cured and she had no reoccurrence.
Rene wrote down the names of those herbs and later used the tea on her aunt who was diagnosed with stomach and liver cancer. Her aunt completely recovered and lived 21 more healthy years. Rene Caisse couldn’t keep this discovery to herself and opened up a clinic where she treated those with cancer with her tea. She named the tea Essaic, which is her last name spelled backwards. For nearly 10 years Rene’s clinic cured hundreds of patients with cancer for free. Word spread quickly about her amazing Essiac Tea. Unfortunately, after enduring years of scrutiny and criticism from the medical community, Rene was forced to close her clinic doors. Even with hundreds of written testimonies, she was unable to make her cancer treatment legal.
The Power of Four
Luckily Rene was not greedy with her Essiac Tea recipe. There are four main herbs that make up the tea:
· Burdock Root- Used traditionally to help reduce mucus, maintain a healthy gastrointestinal tract, stimulate a healthy immune response, for weak digestion, as a diuretic for waster retention and to sweat out toxins through the skin.
· Slippery Elm- Contains large amounts of tannins and mucilages that are believed to help dissolve mucus deposits in tissue, glands and nerve channels.
· Sheep Sorrel- Used to cool the body, create sweating and detoxification through the skin: as a diuretic useful in maintaining a healthy kidney and urinary functions. Also nourishes the glandular system.
· Indian Rhubarb Root- Acts as a gently laxative and helps purge the liver of toxic buildup and waste. It helps neutralize acids due to indigestion. Its malic acid also carries oxygen to all parts of the body, aiding in healing and promoting a positive and balancing effect upon the whole digestive system.
Making the tea is quite easy, or you can also purchase it in concentrate form or in tea bags for easy brewing. Rene recommended 1 oz of tea with 2 oz of water, daily. You don’t have to have cancer to drink Essiac. It is a great preventative and superb detoxifier.
Cheers to Essiac Tea, the Canadian Cancer Cure.http://www.ethiopianreview.com/articles/402100