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Essiac

A tea containing anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and immunostimulatory chemicals; it has been promoted as a treatment for cancer but has not been scientifically studied. Essiac was first used in the 1920s. Trials of its usefulness have not shown any evidence of efficacy; it is not approved for use in the U.S. by the Food and Drug Administration.
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His review of "undocumented therapies" introduces the reader to Essiac tea, Naessens's frequency treatments, and Burzynski's antineoplastons.
I drink essiac tea in the morning, which a lot of people out there believe is a real help in fighting cancer.
Instead, Alice, the redoubtable mum of MSP Tommy Sheridan, accepted radiotherapy and turned to complementary treatments, such as Essiac Tea, in her fight back to health.
She took some Vitamin C and DMSO (possibly six times), and also added some CoQ10, selenium and took four ounces of Essiac tea three times a day.
But as her fatigue and pain continued, Reynolds turned to an acupuncturist who prescribed regular visits along with twice daily doses of essiac tea, a popular alternative cancer treatment, to "heal" her body.
All" enforcement actions against Internet distributors of the alternative remedies essiac tea and Cetylmyristoleate (CMO) for what it says are misleading health claims.
The package includes four stories: "Are Health Claims for Essiac Tea Realistic?
Do an overall body cleanse to remove toxins and rebalance systems with Essiac tea.
Coffee enemas and Essiac tea are especially helpful if one is already challenged with cancer.
Many natural methods were followed; Essiac tea (a Native American remedy), Iscador (mistletoe injections from Germany, used everywhere in the world except the US), hot and cold therapy on the cancer, herb poultice on the cancer site, eating alkaline foods and drinking alkaline water, lymphatic massage, exercise, etc.