Ojibwa Tea of Life/Essiac

A Native American Herbal Tea

What is Ojibwa Tea of Life?

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Ojibwa Tea of Life® is an essiac tea four-herb blend that is pure, non-irradiated, organically grown and affordable. Essiac (pronounced "es-ee-ack") is an herb tea formula attributed to Canadian nurse Rene Caisse (reen-case) of Bracebridge Ontario, Canada. Rene claimed a miner's wife seemingly cured of a serious health malady by an herb recipe given to her by "a very old Indian medicine man." In 1922 Rene named the formula "Essiac" after the backward spelling of her own last name, Caisse. Rene Caisse spent her life working with this herb tea; she died in 1978 at the age of 90. For a time, the Canadian Minister of Health allowed her to treat certain patients in her own Bracebridge clinic, if their doctors had certified them as terminal. According to Rene, many of the people she treated reported they experienced a positive change in their wellness from using this remedy. Others claimed living with a terminal illness was made more bearable.

Native American Medicine: Native Americans as well as most indigenous cultures believe Medicine, or the power to heal, is generated by Spiritual Practice. Medicine is prayer and ceremony. Medicine reaches into many modalities of healing - that is the use of massage, sweat baths, mud baths, mineral hot springs, decoctions of herbs, roots and barks, sunrays, pinewood air and smoke, and faith. Medicine is the respect for all life. The tea and packing are done the old way with the practice of giving back to Mother Earth and prayers for health. We treat this herbal formula as a gift of nature with the intention to help all on a journey to wellness. In Native American culture, nothing is done without prayer, whether one is beginning a new day, or conducting a ceremony. Treatment of oneself must first start with the Spirit, then the mind and lastly the body, according to how we were created. Resources and literature abound in regards to this healthful remedy.

Ojibwa Tea of Life Mission Statement: Our aim is to provide quality herbs and herbal products at the best value to the customer. Additionally, we strive to provide resources and information to assist people in making good decisions for self-responsible health care.

Quality of Our Herbs: The herbs that the Native people used were gathered mostly from the area in which they lived. However, the Ojibwa were one of the few tribes that traveled to obtain whatever herbs necessary for their medicinal needs. We work with a network of certified organic domestic farms and growers to ensure the best possible organic/non-irradiated herbs. Our herbs are gathered with respect, at the proper time of day and season. They are either used immediately or carefully dried and stored. All of our products are crafted frpm the finest ingredients and with the highest integrity!

About our Formulas: Our herbal formulas are developed to share the elements of Native American and other indigenous remedies, as well as freshly created herbal teas and tonics. By using herbs in our daily life, we assist the plant kingdom to carry out its purpose on this planet. Herbs are nature's forces that must be treated with respect. When herbs are brought together in a formula, they enter into a relationship, creating something new, more than the sum of separate ingredients. Great care and understanding must be taken to create a harmonious blend, one in which the herbs unite and become one in purpose and Spirit. Herein lies the important aspect of our working with the herbs.

Ojibwa Tea of Life™ is specifically blended fresh for each individual order: Our herbs are purchased every other week to provide maximum freshness. Ojibwa Tea of Life is prepared with only a blend of four herbs. The benefits of the four-herb formula are greater than single ingredients and we have found this to nourish the body for more positive results. The tea is prepared with only a proprietary blend of four herbs. Many other commercial companies add additional herbs, detracting from the origin of this remedy - best used as the original Ojibwa formula with no other additions.

Additional Products: Our herbal products are composites from different tribes and indigenous cultures. Thousands of years of herbal wisdom are brought together in these formulations. We carry many wellness products created by our company, as well as additional excellent products prepared by Naturopathic doctors, nutritionists, researchers, herbalists, and other holistic companies. If you require a product that we do not offer, please ask. We provide unique and powerful products in order to enhance your health and wellness. One of our best offerings is AJEBINE™, both in Powder and Capsules from Ghana, for respiratory conditions.

Ordering: You are currently visiting our web site, http://www.ojibwatea.com. Feel free to peruse our shopping cart on this site or print out your order and mail or fax to us. Follow the instructions as if you are making any order.

Services: We network with numerous holistic resources, individuals and clinics in the US and many parts of the world. Let us know if we can help you. We are available for on-site seminars or training for your clinic or store. Sales training materials may also be obtained.

Distributors/Wholesale/Professional Discounts: We export our products to anywhere in the world except areas that do not allow the import of (some) herbal formulas (e.g. Germany and Australia do not allow importation of these herbs). However, we seek additional international importers and US distributors to provide Ojibwa Tea of Life (essiac), AJEBINE, and our myriad of additional products that are offered here on our web site.

Professional Discounts: Contact us for health care professional discounts! You may fax your business license and your phone number to 303-316-3971, and we will contact you to set up your account.

We invite you to experience your own healing!

Nemenhah Ceritfied for use as a Ceremonial Sacrament in traditional Native American Healing.
Governing Law: 42 USC Chapter 21c; 2000; c

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* Governing Laws: U.S. Constitution, NAFERA (Native American Free Exercise of Religion Act of 1993), Religious Freedom Restoration Act 1993, United Nations Resolution on Indigenous Peoples, Nemenhah Constitution