The Amazing Benefits You Can Receive From Genuine Essiac Tea

Essiac Tea Offers So Many More Benefits Than Most Other Herbal Teas - All in One Blend

Essiac Tea offers a huge variety of benefits to the body. Essiac is a full system detoxifier, offers immune system support and is a blood cleanser.

By cleaning out the bad stuff, Essiac helps your body's own organs resume functioning just the way nature intended. This means that your body will be back in a position to heal itself naturally. And that is what we all want!


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Essiac has specifically been used for:

1. Weak immune system
2. Chronic bronchitis
3. Chronic Pain
4. Diabetes 1 2 
5. Arthritis
6. Tumors
7. Ulcers
8. Liver Problems
9. Colon Trouble
10. Chronic Fatigue
11. Fibromyalgia
12. Sinus Trouble
13. Gout
14. Pneumonia
15. High Blood Pressure
16. Constipation
17. Kidney and Bladdar Problems
18. AIDS
19. Pain related to inflammation
20. High Cholesterol
21. Diarrhea
22. Heartburn
23. Hepatitis

and many other conditions. Are you wondering what is in Essiac? Click here to learn.



Many of our customers take Essiac Tea as a preventive, too. It is totally fine to take the maintenance level (or the aggressive level for that matter) for the rest of your life. You don't need to take breaks of change the amount.


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All orders come complete with the easy-to-follow instructions and suggested use. This tea is simple to make and takes just ten minutes to make a two-week supply.

1 Ameliorative Effect and Mechanism of the Purified Anthraquinone-Glycoside Preparation from Rheum Palmatum L. on Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Fang-Rong Cheng, Hong-Xin Cui, Ji-Li Fang, Ke Yuan and Ying Guo. Molecules 2019, 24(8), 1454.

2 A Purified Anthraquinone-Glycoside Preparation From Rhubarb Ameliorates Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus by Modulating the Gut Microbiota and Reducing Inflammation. Hong-Xin Cui, Ling-Shuai Zhang L, Yang Luo, Ke Yuan, Zhi-Yong Huang and Ying Guo. Front. Microbiol., 25 June 2019. Sec. Systems Microbiology Volume 10 - 2019 |