ESSIAC: A NATIVE HERBAL CANCER REMEDY by Cynthia Olsen
This book is significant because it gives the actual ingredients and instructions for making Essiac Tea. Probably of even more importance is that there is one chapter dedicated to the usage of Essiac along with Bloodroot. It’s very a short book, but it does include a brief history of the origin of Essiac, and some history on Rene Caisse and her stunning success at curing supposedly incurable cancers, as well as some background information on the Ojibwa Indian medicine men from which Caisse first learned of the formula. The book does get a little too “New Agey” for this boy’s tastes, but so what?–All the other stuff is vital and exquisitely rare information, especially these days in our Brave New World of Big Pharma Fascism.
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