- Supports immunity.
- Helps detoxify the body systems.
- Provides a convenient capsule form of Essiac Tea.
Essiac Tea, commonly abbreviated as E-Tea, is a potent product that may have been used since the early 1920s as a preventative measure, and possibly on occasion as a natural/herbal option, for health issues. The tea, named after one of its first users and promoters, Rene Caisse takes hours to brew traditionally, but with this pill form of the tea, you can get the positive benefits instantly.
E-Tea combines its feature ingredient, sheep sorrel, with three other key products – burdock, turkey rhubarb, and slippery elm. With the blood purifying elements and detoxifying capacities that burdock appears to exhibit, E-Tea has been promoted as a great way to rid a body of toxins. While burdock works to remove toxins from the blood stream, slippery elm is employed to keep new ones from entering the system by blocking their entryway with extra fortification in the lining of a patient’s stomach and intestines. The turkey rhubarb, meanwhile, is hard at work as an countermeasure that may prevent the growth of sores that could occur if either of these secondary ingredients were used alone. It is, however, the sheep sorrel that is the champion ingredient in this mixture.
Take contents of two capsules orally – either in capsule form or mixed into tea form – twice daily.
WARNING: This product contains Turkey rhubarb. See your health care provider prior to use if: pregnant or nursing, any medical condition exists, or when taking any medication. Read and follow recommendation carefully. Not intended for prolonged use. Do not use if diarrhea, loose stools or abdominal pain are present or develop. Use of this product may worsen these conditions and be harmful to your health. Chronic diarrhea can result in serious illness.
Sheep Sorrel Aerial Parts (Rumex acetosella), Turkey Rhubarb Root (Rheum officinale), Burdock Root (Arctium lappa), Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus rubra), silicon dioxide (powdered silica), Kosher gelatin, Riceoligodextrin, water.