Mary's Tea is our version of the Essiac Herbs, four herbs that have long been used to assist us when in ill health, particularly when there is cancer. Supportive of us as mildly detoxifying and helping to increase appetite, energy, and mood, Mary's Tea has been a staunch companion to those trying to heal. It consists of:
Burdock Root, (Arctium lappa), organic
Slippery Elm Bark, (Ulmus fulva), organic
Rhubarb Root, (Rheum palmatum), organic
Sheep Sorrel, (Rumex acetosella), organic
This liquid extract is a concentrated version of our Mary's Tea and as such requires small doses to be equivalent to a dose of the tea. Portable and needing no refrigeration, it can be dropped on the tongue or sipped in a small amount of water or a cup of your favorite tea.
BOTANICAL SAFETY INFORMATION
Use 10 - 15 drops, 1 - 2 dropperfuls, or as much as a teaspoon at a time. Dose frequency could be 1 - 3 times or several times a day as desired. Dose recommendations are for adults. For a child, adjust the dose according to weight. For example, if a child weighs approximately half what an adult weighs, give half of any of the above dose suggestions. For pets, also adjust the dose according to weight. For example, smaller pets weighing around or slightly less than 10 lbs, use only 2 drops at a time.
Inform your health practitioner about herbal products you use.
Do not use herbal products to replace necessary care by a qualified physician.
Burdock Root & Seed, Arctium lappa, organic
Safe to consume when used appropriately.
Sheep Sorrel Herb, Rumex acetosella, organic
Use with caution with history of kidney stones.
Slippery Elm Bark (Inner), Ulmus fulva, organic
Avoid during pregnancy or lactation. Medication should be taken one hour before or several hours after consumption of Slippery Elm bark.
Rhubarb Root, Rheum palmatum, organic
Avoid during pregnancy or lactation, with intestinal obstruction, abdominal pain of unknown origin, or any inflammatory intestinal condition (i.e. appendicitis, colitis, Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and melanosis coli), and avoid use in children under 12 years of age. Not to be used for more than 8 days. Individuals with a history of kidney stones should use this herb cautiously. Standard Dose: 1.0 - 5.0 grams daily, directly consumed or decocted as a tea. Traditional Chinese medicine texts indicate that the standard dose is 3.0 - 10.0 grams daily as a tea, and that the dose should be reduced by half when the powdered product is taken internally. Rhubarb is a stimulant laxative. Warning for use of herb alone or in sufficient quantity in product: do not use if you have abdominal pain or diarrhea. Discontinue use in the event of diarrhea or watery stools. Do not exceed recommended dose. Not for long-term use.
I have been using Mary’s Tea since I was diagnosed with prostate cancer over 5 years ago. After much prayer I decided not to go through on my operation to remove my prostate and chemotherapy. I started my daily regiment taking Mary’s Tea and topical use of Frankincenses Oil along with other supplements. I’m still standing! Amen