Last Modified on Dec 17, 2014
The same Essiac Tea that has been long regarded as a promising herbal remedy for cancer in people has also been used to treat tumors and other cancers in cats, dogs, and other pets. Essiac Tea was named after the Canadian nurse who recognized and studied the herbal remedy, a woman named Rene Caisse (spelled backwards). She witnessed an Ojibway herbalist use four herbs to heal a difficult case of cancer in her hospital. She then went on to study the combination and promote its use among cancer patients.
Slippery Elm, Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel, and Turkey Rhubarb (Indian Rhubarb) are the four herbs that make up Essiac Tea.
NB: It should be noted that neither the American Cancer Society nor the National Cancer Institute support the use of Essiac Tea as a cancer therapy.
Natural Cures: Essiac Tea is primarily regarded as a cancer remedy, also possibly as a general antibiotic.
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[BETTER BUT NOT CURED] I brewed Essiac Tea * cups of water to half cup of the mixed dry herbs. My little minature pincher had a boil on his groin. It was frightening looking with a bright red ring around it about an inch out. I made a compress of essiac tea dreges (the leftovers you strain out). I put it on him for the first night for about 20 minutes. The next night the same and it started to weep. We put 3% h202 on it and it sizzled, we did this twice with a q tip. then I gently squeezed it and lots of gross white stuff came out. previous to this this lump was hard. It seems the essiac tea liqufied it and allowed it to come out.
Just to see, I offered my dog a taste of the tea dreges right from the bag not mixed in his food and he took a bite and actually ate it. I am going to start giving him the tea to get rid of a lump on his lip that I am concerned about. Will let you know.
Replied by Laura
Woking, Surrey, United Kingdom