There I was laying on the floor while Mohamed worked me over with some form of Chinese martial arts, which included boards and clubs. He warned me I couldn’t scream because that would give a bad impression to his customers in the waiting room. I half-sheepishly asked if I could have a silver bullet to bite down while he maneuvered me around with his knee and then stretched a board against the wall to keep me pinned down. I was thinking under my breathe: “now I know what they mean about a Chinese Torture Chamber.”
As you walk into his massage parlor there is a photo of him levitating above a bed of nails. He also was Shak Oneil’s personal sport’s trainer for several years and looks like Samson himself. So I just let go and thought to myself if anyone could loosen up these torn or stretched muscles it would be Mohamed.
After a very interesting session on my muscles connecting my backside to my legs he invited me for a cup of Essaic tea. Om my way out I purchased a box of Essaic tea and than began to read the incredible story of a nurse in Canada who actually discovered this herbal formula and has been using it for years in Canada as a treatment for various immune diseases including cancer.
Sometimes you have to look outside of the box to find something that is not well known or has the support of the medical community. If by drinking the Essiac tea formula for the rest of your life could make a difference in you overall health— would it be worth it to give it a try? The answer will eventually have to be decided by you. But, I for one believe that nature and it’s natural outdoor pharmacy has a cure for every disease known to man. It’s just a matter of time before our scientists connect with our DNA cell structure and create a match for your particular disease,
Discovered in Canada the herb locally known as 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 Root, Slippery Elm Inner Bark, Sheep Sorrel and Indian Rhubarb Root
“In 1922, a Canadian nurse named Rene Caisse met an 80-year old woman who claimed she had been cured of advanced breast cancer. The woman credited the cure to an ancient Native American recipe of herbs and roots that had been given to her by a medicine man 30 years before.
“Rene asked the medicine man to tell her what the herbs were and how to take them. She did, and Renee filed the information away to be used one day if needed. Two years later, her aunt was diagnosed with cancer of the stomach and liver and was considered terminal. The aunt’s doctor agreed to let the patient take the brew. Rene located the herbs, with some difficulty, brewed the tea, and successfully treated her aunt with it. She lived another 21 years with no recurrence. The doctor was so impressed with the result of the herbs that he asked her to treat his other “hopeless” cancer patients! That was the beginning of Rene’s new career.
Rene called the remedy, “Essiac” Together, she and her aunt’s doctor treated terminally-ill cancer patients. The doctor considered Nurse Caisse a worthy colleague. He spread the word about her treatment and by 1926, she was well enough known that a group of eight medical doctors consulted her in the case of an old man whose face was almost eaten away by malignant growth. They said, “If your treatment can help him in this stage, we will know you have discovered a successful remedy for cancer. “Rene recorded, “My treatment stopped the bleeding in less than 24 hours. The old man’s face healed and he lived for six more months, with very little discomfort.”
The eight physicians were convinced. They submitted a petition to the Department of National Health in Ottawa, Canada, requesting that Nurse Rene Caisse be given facilities to do independent research with her herbal remedy. But the petition back-fired. Health and Welfare’s own investigating physicians showed up at her front door without warning, carrying papers that authorized Rene’s arrest, but because she charged no fees for her services, she was not jailed. Because of this event, she decided never to disclose the herbal formula or the brewing instructions, through the next 50 years she continued to treat anyone who came to her.” ——Michael Reynolds
She later died and the formula went into the public domain. Since that time their have been clinics and herbal teas available through the internet and herbal health food stores. So there you have it! A product originally used by the Indians and refined by a nurse-care-giver that could be a breakthrough in the treatment of Cancer and other immune diseases.
If all of this research from around the world is put together, I think it’s just a matter of time before they find a cure for cancer. Let’s hope our mutual governments include extra money in their budgets for research. This is not the time to cut our medical research budgets. If they have to cut something how about take one military airplane off the docket and get serious about our health issues.
The information presented herein is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.
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