What You Need to Know about Isoflavones in Red Clover and Estrogen
The Facts About Essiac Tea and Estrogen Receptor-Positive Cancers
It's important that you read this article about Essiac and red clover before you make a decision on whether or not to try Essiac Tea. The amount of misinformation out there from those who are so-called "experts" is astounding, and it's important that you use knowledge and science to protect yourself. We will present information here from a variety of trusted sources so that you can make an informed decision.
The video above explains why eight herb Essiac Tea is a good product for anyone who is dealing with estrogen receptor-positive as well as estrogen receptor-negative cancers.
Red clover is one of the herbs in Essiac Tea. It also just so happens to be a rich source of isoflavones. Many people wonder why isoflavones are important.
According to Gregory Burke, MD, Isoflavones are compounds that mimic the beneficial effects of estrogen - with less risks. This is because estrogen-replacement therapy raises the risk of breast and ovarian cancer, but isoflavones found in the diet such as those found in soy do not (Dr. Burke is the professor and director of public health sciences at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina).
Here is an article from the Mayo Clinic mentioning how isoflavones in food such as soy are not sufficient to cause breast cancer, and in fact a lifelong diet including such foods actually reduces breast cancer. Read the article from the Mayo Clinic (Red clover is an herb, which is considered a food, and contains the isoflavone Genistein).
What would happen if we took the red clover out of our Essiac formula?
The first problem with taking red clover out is that herbs in Essiac Tea function in a synergistic manner. In other words, when the herbs in Essiac are taken together in the specific ratio, they have a different effect in the body than they would have if they were taken one herb at a time. The synergistic benefit is lost when even one herb is missing.
7 herb Essiac just wouldn't be the same! And of course 4 herb Essiac wouldn't be, either. 8 herb Essiac has the same 4 herbs as the original 4 herb Essiac, but also has 4 additional herbs that are designed to enhance the effectiveness.
None of the 4 herb Essiac blends offer the Money Back Guarantee that we do. The serving size of 4 herb Essiac is 2 oz, and the serving size of 8 herb Essiac is 3 oz. The extra oz. is for the additional 4 herbs, so you're not missing out on anything about the original 4 herb tea with the 8 herb one. You're getting the exact same amount of the original 4 herbs in that blend.
The second problem with taking the red clover out is that red clover is one of the most powerful ingredients in this formula when it comes to the results. As mentioned in the video at the top of this page, you don't want to miss out on the beneficial isoflavones present in red clover. The product works so well that we are able to offer our 6 Month Money Back Results Guarantee. Read more about Our Guarantee here.
We hope this information helps! Our goal is to provide you with a safe, effective Essiac Tea blend that comes directly from Rene Caisse's recommendations. We have proof of that right here on our site.
As always, please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have!
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1 Binding of Red Clover Isoflavones to Actin as A Potential Mechanism of Anti-Metastatic Activity Restricting the Migration of Cancer Cells. Grażyna Budryn, Joanna Grzelczyk andHoracio Pérez-Sánchez. Molecules 2018, 23(10), 2471; https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules23102471.
2 Breast Cancer & the Environment Research Centers: Early Life Exposure to the Phytoestrogen Genistein and Breast Cancer Risk in Later Years. Fact Sheet on the Phytoestrogen Genistein.