Why Genuine Essiac is always made with Powdered Herbs
If you’re not sure who to believe in regards to whether essiac herbs should be powdered or not, read on!
Rene Caisse is the Canadian nurse most often credited with first bringing essiac into widespread use, but in fact the Ojibway Indians are the ones knew about essiac first. They used a grinding stone to powder the herbs that they used to make into essiac tea.
If you want to achieve the same results Rene Caisse noticed when she provided others with essiac tea, you have to use the exact same product she did. If it ain't broke don't fix it! You can see by the video clip that we do it today exactly as she did many years ago - our essiac is in the powdered form. You see, it’s critical that the herbs themselves get into your body. The potential benefit of essiac is only maximized when you get the herbs in addition to the liquid tea into your body. Think about logically - are the herbs best off in the trash can, or in your body? However, because it's not "pretty" to look at the "sludge" in the tea, other companies have gotten away from it. We refuse to compromise what we recommend. That's why we stay firm to Rene Caisse’s recommendations to this day.
The suggestion to use powdered herbs comes directly from Rene Caisse's extensive research on Essiac at the Brusch Medical Research Center from 1959 to 1967 in Cambridge, MA. We were taught by her research assistant how to do it exactly the same way that she did. You can see in the clip that Rene Caisse is entering the powder into water to prepare the brew - just like we recommend today.
These herbs she uses, just like ours, are all natural – they contain no additives, no preservatives and no unnecessary processing. The old-fashioned way is the best! The herbs need to get into your body in their natural state without having been altered in any way. This is why we still make our essiac powdered herbs exactly how Rene Caisse did.
Our essiac is still made the natural way - and that's still the best way. “Modern” cleaned up version of Essiac simply aren’t the way to go. Changing how essiac was originally used is not something you want to mess around with.
The good news is that it only takes 10 minutes once every two weeks to prepare this tea yourself from powdered herbs. You don't need to boil the tea twice and you don't need to use amber bottles - all of those techniques were determined to be unnecessary in Rene Caisse's research. This tea couldn't be easier to make - and it's never been more affordable than it is today! Because we ship worldwide in huge volumes, we are able to offer you rock-bottom prices without sacrificing quality.