This is the Original - Traditional Rene Caisse - Canadian Red Cross Registered Nurse Formula ---- Who operated a Health Clinic in Bracebridge ON Canada in the 1920's to 1930's SUCCESSFULLY supporting thousands + thousands of people who traveled from all corners of North America to access this blended Ontario Herbal Tea or Infusion.
This is a part of Canada's 'health care' history that is never discussed although in mainstream media except for this occasion - 🇨🇦️ Homemakers Magazine 1977
The original 1977 Homemakers’ Magazine Article – ‘Could Essiac Halt Cancer?
Rene Caisse ... Was an RN from Ontario who was gifted with the recipe of a Ontario First Nation Remedy - Herb tea recipe - she named Essiac Tea ... At one time this health rebel + pioneer Registered Nurse ran a clinic in Bracebridge Ontario ~~ based on this tea as the care plan ~~ She treated cancer patients with this herbal remedy...
I've been formating Essiac Tea absolutely TRUE to Rene's original recipe for over 30 years .. 🌿 ... Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm, & Indian Rhubarb Root .... Some folks use it as a 'c' treatment + some use it 2x a year as a preventative or tonic formula.
How ever your pour this tea - it's back story is fascinating + Rene is truly a forgotten Ontario icon for the help she brought to her rural clinic in the 1920's + 1930's where she obtained remarkable results consistently.
📜Essiac: The Secret Life of a Document
by BARBARA CLOW:
📖I I Was Canada's Cancer Nurse - The Story of ESSIAC
by Rene M. Caisse, R.N. - Link: > http://bit.ly/2zwPmKm
📜 The History of Essiac and Nurse Caisse
Essiac: Nature’s Answer for Cancer
📖 Link:> An Interview with Dr Gary Glum by Elisabeth Robinson - https://archivesspace.uncw.edu/repositories/5/archival_objects/81989
More info: Video Link: https://youtu.be/mbq4JWxmziM
Essiac Tea - Rene Caisse Original Recipe
The original 1977 Homemakers’ Magazine Article – ‘Could Essiac Halt Cancer?’ By Sheila Snow Fraser and Carroll Allen