Native American herbs for cancer are worth taking a second look if you like to use natural product. The most commonly used Native American herbs for cancer are the ones found in essiac tea. The Ojibway are the ones who helped us learn about essiac. Without them, essiac may not be available for all to use and enjoy today.
The Ojibway live in a vast area stretching from southeastern Ontario to across the upper Great Lakes region of the U.S. and Canada. Native to their culture is the use of herbs as medicine, and they are well-known for their expertise in such herbs. Their knowledge and use of essiac tea is no exception, and essiac is perhaps the best-known variant of Native American herbs for cancer. You may hear the Ojibway being referred to as the Ojibwa as well. In addition, in the U.S. we refer to the same people as the Chippewa, while in the western part of Canada they refer to them as the Saulteaux. Yup, it gets pretty confusing!
Rene Caisse was the head nurse at a hospital in northern Ontario in the early 1920s. While at work, Rene was assisting an elderly woman and noticed that one of her breasts containined a substantial amount of scar tissue. The woman revealed that she had breast cancer many years prior. The woman went on to explain that an Indian medicine man told her he could cure her cancer. She said that she had no money at that time for surgeries so she went to see the Indian as a last resort. He taught her how to identify particular herbs growing in the area and told her to pick them and make a tea to drink every day. After following his advice, her cancer never came back! Rene learned the formula from her and decided named the formula "Essiac" (it's her own last name spelled backwards).
Purchase our most popular supply: 3 lb. 4 oz. of herbs in THIRTEEN (13) individual 4 oz. packets for convenience. This product lasts six months, and we Guarantee your health will improve or we refund your cost!
You can also try a smaller size that lasts two months: Purchase 1 lb. of herbs in FOUR (4) 4 oz. individual packets.