This simple 4-herb based tea will do exactly that for you. It is also believed to have anti-AIDs potential. Essiac tea came to Canada during the early part of the 1920s and everyone talked about it.
Rene Caisse, a nurse, used this tea for over half a century for patients suffering from terminal cancer coming to her clinic located in a small village called Bracebridge, near Toronto.
In fact, she used to be paid in anything that the patients could afford – from any produce to eggs. She never turned away any patient. This continued until 1937 when she stopped charging anything. She continued offering successful treatment to hundreds and hundreds of patients without charging money for her special tea.
But when it came to help from the government (Canadian Health Ministry) and pharmaceutical industry for spreading the benefits of her tea to the masses, she received only harassment and betrayal. The private corporation, that she sought help for making Essiac tea as a legal cure for cancer, betrayed her.
It is worth mentioning that the tea’s name ‘Essiac’ may have been the created by spelling ‘Caisse’ backwards, it was originally made by an Ojibwa Native American medicine man from the extreme northern limits of Canada. He formulated its ingredients and recipe.
Origin of Essiac Tea
Rene Caisse was working as an RN in a hospital in Canada in the early part of 1920s. She came across a breast cancer survivor who had got rid of the cancer around 30 years ago. At the time of her cancer, she was living with her husband in a far off remote part mining camp in northern Canada. When she was taken to a hospital, the doctors informed her that her breasts needed to be removed. She refused the surgery and returned to the mining camp.
There was an Ojibwa medicine man within the camp area who had earlier told her that her cancer could be cured. When she asked him about the treatment, he explained the herbs to be used, how to pick them, how to culture them and prepare this tea. The lady followed all his instructions and in a few months her cancer was gone. She continued living for more than another 30 years and met Caisse in her old age.
Caisse’s interest in cancer rose further because her step father and aunt were suffering from cancer at that time. She asked the elderly lady about how to prepare the tea. She learned about the ingredients of the Ojbway medicine and the recipe. Caisse successfully treated her aunt and step father’s cancer. Her stepfather took a little more time but he was eventually cured of it.
Because of her continued success against cancer, her town (Bracebridge) residents allowed her in 1933 to run her clinic from the closed British Lion Hotel for just a dollar as monthly rent.
Her cancer treatment clinic continued to operate out of this place through 1934-42. She treated hundreds of cancer patients and charged almost nothing. She continued cultivating the herbs and brewed the tea there and gave it in both oral and injection form.
But the Canadian authorities kept harassing her and created controversies around her. According to Caisse, it was the Bracebridge Town Council along with many renowned doctors and her patients who protected and helped her from being arrested by the government.
She had also cured patients suffering from diabetes. Caisse was amazed by how the tea also cured diabetes. Because of all the support, the nurse was allowed to treat her cancer patients (from 1937) under medical attention with the following protocol:
She treated only terminally ill patients
She had a licensed medical doctor for prognosis and diagnosis
She didn’t accept any fees for offering her services
According to Caisse, she never thought of providing her services in the 50-plus years of hardships that she faced for any personal gains.
Essiac in the United States
Caisse successfully treated hundreds of cancer patients and there are so many testimonies of the same. Yet the masses were never allowed to know about the Essiac tea. In 1977, the nurse herself made an effort to bring it in the public (it was a year before she died). She contacted Resperin, a company she believed could help in legalizing the Essiac tea. She entered into a deal and then she was sidelined, telling her that there was no longer any role for her to play.
Actually, Resperin was in the control of the Canadian government. The result was that the formula and all information about it vanished in thin air.
In the U.S., Dr. Gary Glum learnt about the healing benefits of the Essiac tea and began his research to find the formula for the recipe. He was a well established chiropractor in California who was renowned for treating stop global athletes.
During his search he met a person in Detroit (who maintained her anonymity). She had been cured thanks to the Essiac tea after being diagnosed with cervical cancer which was called incurable. Dr. Glum purchased the original formula from her. He then visited Canada where he interviewed Mary McPherson, who was a very close friend (and professional colleague) to Nurse Rene Caisse.
The help from McPherson helped him confirm the genuineness of the recipe formula he had. He also gained a lot of information about the nurse and her work and started writing a book – Calling of an Angel. The book brought the story of Caisse to the world and also explained how to get your hands to the formula. After the book came out, the formula has spread all across the West.
Interestingly, Glum went on to self publish his book. It was such a big threat to the cancer industry. The publisher faced the hazards of tons of wrongful death lawsuits because Essiac tea didn’t have the FDA’s approval. This along with his second book – Full Disclosure (revealing the original source behind AIDS – depopulation agenda and human created) threatened his existence for some time.
He was threatened in the following ways:
-The IRS made fake claims and he was financially destroyed.
-US Marshals kept harassing him.
-A Naval Intelligence operative threatened to kill him and his family if his 2 books were not stopped from continuous publication.
Currently, only a few copies of his books can be found. However, the PDF versions can be accessed online for free.
During an interview (around 1990), Dr. Glum revealed that he also worked with Essiac tea on the AIDS Project Los Angeles. He said how the authorities allowed 179 patients to go home to just die. These patients were suffering from histoplasmosis and pneumocystis carinii. They weighed just around a hundred pounds and the T-4 cell counts were not even 10.
He received 5 patients from the Project. He stopped the DDI and AZT and gave them Essiac 3 times per day. They are the only one from the project who are alive now. All the remaining 174 patients died. However, the world doesn’t know about this thing because AIDS is about to become a big profit maker.
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