Essiac Tea

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Essiac Tea

by awabe on Wed Apr 03, 2013 02:38 AM

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Hello All,

I was diagnosed stage III EC in 2/11.  A nurse friend of mine who is an RN that works at a major hospital here in California told me that they had several stage IV patients that were told there was nothing else they could do for them that started drinking Essiac tea and they did very well.  She insisted that I start drinking the tea immediately after I was diagnosed.  I did chemo and radiation and have been N.E.D. (no evidence of disease) for 18 months now.  I recommend the Essiac tea to everyone I know that has cancer.  I will continue drinking it for the rest of my life.

I originally posted this on another discussion but it did not go to the top of the board so I am reposting it.

Alan

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by chrisandlorie on Thu Apr 04, 2013 02:14 AM

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On Apr 03, 2013 2:38 AM awabe wrote:

Hello All,

I was diagnosed stage III EC in 2/11.  A nurse friend of mine who is an RN that works at a major hospital here in California told me that they had several stage IV patients that were told there was nothing else they could do for them that started drinking Essiac tea and they did very well.  She insisted that I start drinking the tea immediately after I was diagnosed.  I did chemo and radiation and have been N.E.D. (no evidence of disease) for 18 months now.  I recommend the Essiac tea to everyone I know that has cancer.  I will continue drinking it for the rest of my life.

I originally posted this on another discussion but it did not go to the top of the board so I am reposting it.

Alan

Could you please tell me where I can find the Essiac Tea at? I am in Oklahoma and my husband was recently diagnosed with EC Stage I. We will Schedule Surgery next Wednsday. Please help.... I want my husband to be with me for many years to come... Thanks...

 

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by andy73 on Thu Apr 04, 2013 05:58 AM

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You'll need to order it online. Do a google search. There's a company in Canada that sells it, that Rene Caisse, the woman who developed the tea, gave her recipe to

essiactea dot org should be the one

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by Denhux on Tue Apr 09, 2013 07:36 AM

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I've heard about Essiac, but have also heard it can have side effects.One of them being a constant cough, I would love to put my husband onto Essiac ,but I'm afraid to ,incase it causes other problems.Glad it has worked for you.

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by awabe on Wed Apr 10, 2013 03:58 AM

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Hello,

I have been drinking Essiac Tea twice a day for 2 years including the entire time I went through to different chemo regiments and radiation.  During that time I have not experienced any side effects from the tea.  However, I had many horrible side effects from the chemo and radiation.

Take care,

Alan

RE: Essiac Tea

by awabe on Wed Apr 10, 2013 04:10 AM

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On Apr 04, 2013 2:14 AM chrisandlorie wrote:

On Apr 03, 2013 2:38 AM awabe wrote:

Hello All,

I was diagnosed stage III EC in 2/11.  A nurse friend of mine who is an RN that works at a major hospital here in California told me that they had several stage IV patients that were told there was nothing else they could do for them that started drinking Essiac tea and they did very well.  She insisted that I start drinking the tea immediately after I was diagnosed.  I did chemo and radiation and have been N.E.D. (no evidence of disease) for 18 months now.  I recommend the Essiac tea to everyone I know that has cancer.  I will continue drinking it for the rest of my life.

I originally posted this on another discussion but it did not go to the top of the board so I am reposting it.

Alan

Could you please tell me where I can find the Essiac Tea at? I am in Oklahoma and my husband was recently diagnosed with EC Stage I. We will Schedule Surgery next Wednsday. Please help.... I want my husband to be with me for many years to come... Thanks...

 

Hello Chrisandlorie,

I purchase my Essiac tea from a local health food store in Temecula CA. The Brand I buy is Herbal Solutions Rene Caisse Formula.  I prefer it becuase it comes in a bag with 4 packets that each contain enough tea to brew about 1 quart with is enough for 1 week.

I have also ordered it on-line at:

www.Essiac-Tea.org

Take care

Alan

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