Essiac Herbs: Nature's Healing Elixir
Discover the remarkable power of Essiac herbs found in Cheryl's Herbs Mary's Tea Liquid Extract. A renowned blend of natural ingredients with a rich history of traditional use in supporting well-being and promoting overall health. Essiac herbs, which originated from indigenous herbal wisdom, have been cherished for their potential health benefits. Here's what you need to know about these extraordinary herbs:
1. Origin: Essiac herbs are a unique combination of botanicals, originally popularized by Canadian nurse Rene Caisse in the early 20th century. The blend's name, Essiac, is derived from Caisse's surname spelled backward, honoring her significant contribution to herbal medicine.
2. Ingredients: The core ingredients of Essiac herbs typically include four key herbs:
Slippery elm bark
Has moistening and coating properties that help soothe sore throats and coughs as well as relieve acid reflux and constipation due to IBS.
A highly effective antioxidant and detoxifier, a digestion aid, and a diuretic.
Anti-inflammatory that can help ease GI issues and stimulate appetite.
Fights inflammation while supporting the immune system.
At Cheryl's Herbs, we strive to provide only the highest quality ingredients. Everything from our selection to how we process each component is done with the utmost care to ensure that the substances' beneficial properties are preserved. Whether it is following ancient methods passed down through the generations or using the latest research, we strive for nothing less than perfection.
My order was filled and delivered vey quickly, thank you for the great service!
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
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