Ojibwa Tea of Life™ (essiac) – Experience THE Difference!

Essiac made from certified organic/wildcrafted, U.S.A. domestically grown herbs. Ojibwa Tea of Life™ is specifically blended fresh for each individual order.

herb_burdock2Quality matters! 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 original essiac formula that Rene Caisse developed as her final tea contains:

  • 35% Sheep Sorrel (leaf, stem, root and seed)
  • 54% Burdock Root (and seed)
  • 9% Slippery Elm inner bark
  • 2% Turkey Rhubarb root

Some suppliers use an eight-herb blend. However, this remedy is best used as the original 4-herb formula. The benefits of the four-herb formula are greater than single ingredients used in isolation. Many have found this formula 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. Essiac is best used as the original Ojibwa formula with no other additions. It’s true that Rene Caisse herself experimented with adding additional herbs; however, she always returned to this basic four-herb formula.

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about this formula.

Essiac Tea – What is it? Where did it come from? How does Ojibwa Tea of Life fit in?

FAQ – Answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about essiac and the Ojibwa Tea of Life way of serving our customers

Essiac History – Who was Rene Caisse and how did she arrive at this 4-herb formula?

Essiac Herbs – Everything you always wanted to know about the herbal constituents, but were afraid to ask

Essiac Herb Quality – A discussion on why quality matters over quantity, and how Ojibwa Tea of Life lives that out with our products

Usage Guidelines – Best practices for brewing and taking the herbs

Native American Healing – A look at the traditions of Native Americans, from whom came the essiac formula

Native American Medicine Wheel – An examination of how the herbs in essiac tea fit into the medicine wheel

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