Friday, 9 July 2010

How to Make Essiac Tea

Essiac Tea is simple to make.

Health Leads Essiac Tea herbs come in a 165g pack in this the Rhubarb is in a separate bag.
  • Next pour 4 pints or 568ml of filter water onto a heat proof glass or earthen ware pan and bring to a rolling boil, now take of the heat.
  • In a separate pan or bowl mix all the essiac herbs together and mix evenly.
  • Now add 57g of essiac herbs into the the pan of hot water and stir in with a wooden utensil (keep the rest of the herbs for another batch)
  • Next boil fast for ten minutes, making sure it does not boil out of the pan.
  • Remove from the heat and scrap any herbs from the side of the pan and put them back in
  • Cover and leave for 6 hours
  • Stir thoroughly and leave for a minimum of 6 hours
  • Now stir and cover and bring the mixture to the boil, then remove from the heat and leave for 5 minutes.
  • Now strain the liquid and funnel into a clean sterile bottle a seal straight away, once cool refrigerate.
That was the difficult part now follow these simple steps,
  • bring 57ml of filtered water to the boil
  • add four tablespoons of Essiac decoction
  • once at a palatable temperature sip slowly on an empty stomach - no food for 2 hours before and 1 hour after.
*Disclaimer: This Information/product shown are not to be used as medical advice and-or to be used in place of medical treatment. All information/product are to be used only as a food supplement and must not be used to treat.

1 comment:

  1. Those who use the tea range from people like me who drink it as a tonic to promote general good health and well-being, to people with serious illnesses like cancer or diabetes, in conjunction with whatever other treatments they and their health care providers decide upon. There are many sites online that give long lists of ailments that have been cured or alleviated by the use of Essiac tea.