Essiac Tea is often thought of as one of the best natural weapons against cancer and other serious conditions. This incredible tea gets its name from Canadian nurse Rene Caisse’s last name spelled backward. Rene observed an Ojibway (Native American) medicine man use a blend of four specific herbs on a cancer patient in the hospital where she worked. She was so amazed at the results that she decided to further research the herbal blend.
Rene along with Dr. Charles Brusch did extensive research at the Brusch Medical Research Center in Massachusetts on the tea and its tremendous health benefits.
Their eight-year research concluded that one particular tea formula always seemed to exceed the others. Our particular formula includes four herbs used in the original formula, plus four additional herbs.
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About Our Essiac Tea
Herbs are all organic, chemical-free, pesticide-free, non-irradiated, 100% fresh at all times.
Use: This product targets the immune system and supports immune response in dogs and people. Essiac tea is also known for naturally treating tumors, lymphoma and other forms of cancer in dogs. It also rids the body of toxins. Essiac tea dosage for dogs may help protect against disease.
Precautions: Essiac Tea dosage for dogs should be taken on an empty stomach if possible. It may cause nausea, diarrhea or digestive discomfort if consumed to close to mealtime or if drinking large amounts of water around the same time. Start with a smaller dosage and work up.
For Best Results Do This
In order to get the most from the tea and to lessen the chances of nausea: give 1 hour before a meal or 2 hours after a meal.
Note: However, if your pet won’t drink the tea by itself, you can add the tea to the food wet or dry if necessary. It’s a matter of getting the tea into your dog to target tumors and disease. You can also add a little warm chicken broth to the tea vs water as a way to entice your dog to drink it.
Start with 1/2 of the recommended dosage and work up to the full dose over a period of a couple of days.
Pets weight: up to 15 lbs.
STARTING WITH 1/2 ounce of tea daily. If tolerated well, INCREASE TO 1/2 ounce twice daily. 1/2 ounce twice daily is the recommended dose for agressive conditions.
Pets weight: 15-35 lbs.
STARTING WITH 1/2 ounce twice daily. If tolerated well, INCREASE TO 1 ounce twice daily. 1 ounce twice daily is the recommended dose for aggressive conditions.
Pets weight: 35-55 lbs.
STARTING WITH 1 ounce twice daily. If tolerated well, INCREASE TO 2 ounces twice daily. 2 ounces is the recommended dose for agressive conditions.
Pets weight: 55-84 lbs.
STARTING WITH 2 ounces twice daily. If tolerated well, INCREASE TO 3 ounces twice daily. 3 ounces twice daily is the recommended dose for agressive conditions.
If your pet weighs 85 lbs. or more,
STARTING WITH 3 ounces twice per day. If tolerated well, INCREASE TO 3 ounces three times daily. 3 ounces three times daily is the recommended dose for agressive conditions.
TAKE NOTE: It’s easiest and recommended to make one gallon at a time which will easily last 2 weeks in the refrigerator.
How long will the tea last in the package? The supplier says 1 year after purchase. However, they also mention that the tea will most likely still be effective up to 3 or 4 years from the time of purchase, but to be on the safe side, purchasing fresh product after a year is recommended.
Storage: Store unprepared tea in the package in a cool, dark place like a cupboard.