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What is Essiac?

Burdock Root  |  Slippery Elm Inner Bark  |  Sheep Sorrel  |  Indian Rhubarb Root
Caisse Immune System Theory  

Essiac, given its name by Rene Caisse ("caisse" spelt backwards), consists of four main herbs that grow in the wilderness of Ontario, Canada. The original formula is believed to have its roots from the native Canadian Ojibway Indians.

The four main herbs that make up Essiac are Burdock RootSlippery Elm Inner BarkSheep Sorrel and Indian Rhubarb Root. You may click on each herb for a more detailed description.

If you want to know more about Rene Caisse's Immune System Theory in her own words.

 

The Human Immune System

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