Joined: 13 Dec 2006
Location: Cleveland, OH
|Posted: Dec Fri 15, 2006 10:41 pm Post subject: E-Tea
|[Also look under Essiac - Cancer Formula]
What is E-tea used for? -D. Lynne
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Essiac: A Cancer Formula - NSP's E-Tea
In 1992, a dedicated nurse named Rene Caisse had an experience that forever changed her life and saved the lives of thousands in the United States and in Canada. She met an elderly woman patient who had come to Canada from England 30 years ago. Shortly after this woman's arrival, she noticed that her right breast was becoming increasingly hard, swollen and painful. Consulting an old Indian medicine man at the prospector's camp, he informed her she had cancer. The Indian medicine man said that he would cure it with an old Indian remedy. Her husband didn't approve this course of action and insisted she see doctors in Toronto.
The doctors confirmed that she had advanced breast cancer and urged her to have surgery immediately. Instead, she chose to go against the odds and went back to the Indian medicine man. He taught her how to brew an herbal tea, and instructed her on how often to consume it. She drank the tea faithfully every day, and gradually the cancer diminished until it was completely gone. The only evidence that she had had cancer were some scars that the cancer had created where it destroyed the skin. She hadn't experienced any recurrence in 30 years.
Rene was very impressed with this woman's story and asked if she would consent to give her the ingredients and preparation instructions. Rene then began a life of service and dedication to helping those considered beyond help by orthodox practitioners. Rene began to do her own research on this Indian remedy when they diagnosed her mother's sister with cancer of the liver and stomach. Her physician, R. O. Fisher, gave her six months to live. Since Rene knew the doctor well, she approached him with the idea of treating her aunt with the Essiac formula. The medical profession could do nothing more, so he consented to her request on the spot. The treatments were completely successful, and her aunt lived another 21 years with no recurrence of cancer. So, Dr. Fisher began referring all of his hopeless cases to Miss Caisse. The word soon spread of her success, and by 1926, Rene was able to work with a team of eight doctors on one special cancer case. The doctors asked her to treat a man whose whole face had been eaten away with cancer. He was bleeding so badly that the doctors saw no hope of his living even ten days. The physicians agreed that if this remedy would help this man, then she had found something that the whole world needed desperately, a successful remedy to cancer. In her own words, "My treatment stopped the bleeding in less than 24 hours! The man's face healed. He lived for six months with almost no discomfort."
On October 27, 1926, all eight of these doctors signed a petition to the Department of National Health and Welfare in Ottawa, Canada, asking the authorities to give funds and facilities for Rene Caisse to do her own independent research. The medical establishment wanted total control of the recipe and what research would be allowed. Rene refused to give the recipe unless they guaranteed her that the tea would be openly used for the benefit of all people, that they would not price it out of reach of ordinary people or place restrictions upon the formula about whom they would allow to use it. They did not give these assurances, so she turned them down.
Still, Dr. W. C. Arnold, arranged for her to work on mice at the Christie Street Hospital Laboratories with Dr. Norich and Dr. Lockhead. From 1928-1930, these three inoculated mice with Rous Sarcoma and then treated them with the Essiac formula. The mice lived up to 72 days, which was longer than anyone else had done and document. When they inoculated the mice with human carcinomas, they accomplished total regression of the cancer to living tissues in just nine days of treatment.
Rene started treating as many as 30 "hopeless" cancer patients a day with outstanding results. Rene never treated anyone who was not first properly diagnosed with cancer by a qualified physician, and where possible, she worked under the supervision of the patient's doctor. These people agreed to sign another petition and give a testimonial of their experiences with the Essiac formula.
With these controlled experiments to present to the medical profession, Rene thought that they would finally accept Essiac into the official channels. Instead, she was deeply disappointed when two police officers came to her door with a warrant for her arrest. They did not arrest her, however because she had not taken any fees for her treatment and a physician supervised the treatments. The medical establishment tested the formula and did declare that there were no toxic substances or toxic side-effects in the remedy. However, it was not to be used further until she consented to give the complete recipe and brewing instructions to authorities where continued research of efficacy and safety would take place.
This was very distasteful to Miss Caisse. She asked, "Why resort to the full force of law to halt nontoxic alternative approaches to medicine?" The medical establishment responded by saying that they worried that the general population of patients would abandon orthodox medicine for "quack" remedies and this would lessen the chances of getting immediate orthodox therapy because promises of less costly, less painful, more natural, less toxic treatments seduced them. This statement is supported by the slogan, "early treatment-early cure." If the patient were to try an unorthodox method and it didn't work, it would lessen their chances of survival using orthodox approaches to control and treat disease because they would have come in too late.
All these regulations are supposed to be for our safety. However, if this is the case, why was the medical profession only concerned that Rene Caisse not be allowed to charge a fee for her services? This was the backbone of her defense and what kept her out of jail.
Dr. Frederick Banting of the Banting Institute, Department of Medical Research at the University of Toronto (famous for his discovery of insulin) agreed to meet with and discuss the herbal formula based on her documented case notes of the past 10 years. Upon conclusion of their decision and his reviewing her case notes, he said, "Miss Caisse, I will not say you have a cure for cancer but you have more evidence of a beneficial treatment for cancer than anyone in the world." He then suggested that she apply to continue her research at Toronto University and that he would share his laboratory facilities with her.
This was an important turning point for her. To apply, she would have to turn over the formula, which could then be filed in the archives and "shelved" or it could be used solely by the University staff and they could refuse her independent research application. Based on the risk involved and her past experience, she politely turned down the invitation to apply for continued independent research facilities and support.
Never claiming that Essiac cured cancer, Rene continued to treat thousands of patients under the care of their doctors, who all claimed that the Essiac did cure their cancer. She often stressed the herbal tea could curb the growth of tumors (known as metastasises).
Finally, word reached the United States where Dr. John Wolfer of Northwestern University (who knew of many patients traveling to Canada to receive the precious lifesaving Essiac formula) presented an opportunity for Rene to treat some of his "hopeless and terminal" cases. Under the observation of five doctors, Rene came from Canada every week to give them the tea, and they saw progress. The doctors tried to persuade her to stay in the United States by giving her a clinic in the Passevant Hospital in Chicago.
This success started another movement of support to get the Canadian authorities to recognize and legalize her treatments. In 1938, a petition and a bill were brought by patients and doctors to the Parliament in Ontario. This is what was presented in the 2nd Session of the 20th Legislature of Ontario: "An act to authorize Rene Caisse to practice medicine in the Province of Ontario in the treatment of cancer and conditions resulting therefrom." More than 55,000 people submitted their names in favor of this bill's passage. Basically, it would allow her to treat cancer as a specialist without a medical rating.
Later, they discovered that the medical profession debated the issue before the hearing and assured them that if they would not pass the bill, that they would establish a "Cancer Commission" to hear and give fair judgment to the case. This was a false promise that was never kept. The legislature failed to pass in favor of Rene's bill by three votes.
There are many more documented cases of success with the Essiac formula, but I think that you get the idea that Rene Caisse did her homework and all in her power to help those who would accept an alternative treatment for cancer. She herself, took Essiac as a preventive and died some years ago at the age of 90. Before her death, she gave the formula to two people whose families have been preserved by the simple herbal remedy. One of them, Gilbert Blondin, joined Dr. Pierre Gaulin, an American M.D. and herbalist, in marketing it under the name "Easy-Ac" in 1986. The formula is very simple, though, and anyone can make it with the proper instructions.
6-1/2 cups Burdock root (cut)
16 oz Sheep Sorrel herb (powder)
1 oz Turkey Rhubarb Root (powder)
4 oz Slippery Elm Bark (powder)
Directions: First, mix ingredients thoroughly in their dry state. Then put 2 gallons of distilled or pure water in a stainless steel kettle and bring the water to a hard or brisk boil. Then, add 8 oz of the dry Essiac mix and stir into the boiling water. Boil for 10 minutes with the lid on. Allow to sit and cool slowly for 6 hours with the lid on. After the 6 hours, stir it thoroughly with a wooden or stainless steel tool. Then, allow it to sit covered for another six hours. Return the kettle to the stove and bring to a boil again with the lid on.
At the boiling point, turn off the heat and pour the contents through a stainless steel strainer into a second stainless steel kettle. Clean the first kettle thoroughly then strain contents a second time from pot two back into pot one. Bottle the tea immediately in dark amber glass bottles (which you can purchase from just about any pharmacy). Seal the jars while the formula is still hot. Store it in the refrigerator.
Direction for using: Heat 2 ounces (4 tablespoons) of pure water, then mix with 2 ounces of the Essiac tea taken directly from the refrigerator. Essiac should be taken at bedtime.
Essiac tea is very complicated and time consuming to prepare. They already make E-Tea in ready-to-use capsule form or to be opened and brewed as a cup of tea.
Take two capsules three times daily on an empty stomach. The contents of the capsules can be added to 4 ounces of hot water to drink as a tea or you can swallow the capsules.
Source: This information is taken from a paper in widespread circulation among health-oriented people in Utah. Many local people are using this formula and finding it beneficial, so we are sharing the story and the formula with you.
Calling of an Angel by Dr. Gary L. Glum.
Nature's Field, November/ December, 1992.
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This is so interesting I love to know more and get some testimony from others experiences using E-Tea from NSP. I want to use it for a family member. I can post my results here as well. Do you know if it helps to increase a person stamina. I read the info in the HART manual on it, but would like to get more if that is possible. Hope to gets some actual cases of use now and results.
I got the book called "Clinic Of Hope" The Story of Rene Caisse and Essiac. -D. Lynne
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Another good resource when looking for information on E-Tea is the book Miracle Cures from the BIBLE. -Armor Herbs
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Q: I need guidance as to how long should E Tea be taken. The bottle reads 3 XS a day but for how long? -Catherine
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It may not only be how long, but how much you need to take that would concern you. I'd suggest you talk to your sponsor or upline manager about muscle testing you for quantity and duration of treatment.
IF you don't take enough, it won't do the job that you may want from it. I lean toward taking a large amount of fewer products to get a job done. -Georgiana
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The general rule of thumb is that nothing heals in the body in less than 3 months. So that would be the least amount of time to take E Tea. But if I had a serious problem and was taking E Tea I would take the full strength for longer than that and then be on a maintenance dose for much, much longer. -Diane Toombs