What is the original herb formula called Essiac®

essiac1ESSIAC® is a herb formula, which helps the body to eliminate accumulated toxins and waste substances. ESSIAC® contains a unique combination of natural cleansing ingredients in the right proportion. ESSIAC® is rich in essential vitamins and minerals, necessary for the proper functioning of all cells, tissues and organs in the human body.
ESSIAC® is a natural, safe herb formula when taken according to directions. Thousands of people all over the world enjoy its health benefits without any side effects.

How was the herb formula of Essiac® created?

essiac2In 1922 a patient of nurse Rene Caisse told her about a herb mixture she was given by an Indian from the tribe of Ojibwa and which had helped her to restore her health. Using the formula she learned from her patient the nurse prepared an infusion for her aunt who was at the terminal stage of cancer. After several months of daily treatment, her aunt’s condition began to improve. She went on to live another 20 years. The original herb formula was named after nurse Caisse (her name spelled backwards).

Nurse Caisse began ussing the original herb formula in 1922 and until 1978 had relieved the suffering of thousands of patients.

ESSIAC® has been in use since 1922. From 1922 to 1978, nurse Caisse helped thousands of people with her Essiac herbal supplement at her clinic in Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada. Although she refused payments for her services, she accepted donations to help support her clinic. Nurse Caisse dedicated her life to using the Essiac formula and helping the suffering.
A lot of evidence on the efficacy of the proprietary herb formula of nurse Caisse has been accumulated for the 90 years of its usage.


The bronze sculptures of nurse Caisse in Ontario

In 1977, nurse Caisse signed over all her rights to the original Essiac formula to Resperin Corporation, Canada. Resperin gave her the assurance that she sought, namely, that Essiac would be produced and distributed for the benefit of all and would earn public recognition.

ESSIAC® has withstood the test of time.
Essiac Canada International (the new name of Resperin Corporation, Canada) remained truthful to the mission of nurce Caisse and distribute ESSIAC® all over the world.

Nurce Caisse got worlwide recognition for her significant contribution to herb treatment.

Comments from healthcare practitioners:
1) “Cancer therapies always weaken your body and its cellular resistance. Essiac® tea functions in the opposite manner.” Dr. Julian Whitaker, “Health & Healing” May 1995.
2) “The achieved progress and actual results of Essiac®… and the quick recovery were absolutely marvelous and must be seen to be believed!” Dr. Emma Carson, “Options”, 1993, p.110
3) “I am however most impressed with the effectiveness… and the lack of side effects.” (concerning Essiac®) Dr. E. Bruce Hendrick, Chief of Neurosurgery, University of Toronto’s hospital for sick children, letter to the Minister of Health & Welfare, Oct.5, 1985


(Rumex acetosella)
Sheep sorrel contains large amounts of tannins which are known to act as astringents. Herbalists have used sheep sorrel as a diuretic, as an antibacterial and to soothe irritated nasal passages.

(Arctium Lappa)
Burdock contains high amounts of inulin and mucilage. Herbalists have used burdock as a liver tonic, diaphoretic and diuretic, blood purifier, laxative, antipyretic, and antimicrobial and for a variety of dermatologic conditions.

(Ulmus Fulva)
Slippery elm contains large amounts of tannins and mucilages. Due to its high mucilage content, slippery elm bark has been traditionally used to treat irritations of the skin and mucus membranes.

(Rheum Officinale)
Rhubarb root has been traditionally used to help cleanse the liver, stomach and blood. The root contains anthraquinones that act as stimulant laxatives and tannins that act as astringents.

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Риин М. Кейс (Rene Caisse)

Риин М. Кейс (Rene Caisse)