I bought some Essiac Tea online at drclarkstore.com I see that a lot of sites sell it. It’s inexpensive. I found this article about the origen of its use by the Ojibwa Indian Tribe, and how a nurse came to know of it. Does the FDA approve of it as a treatment? No. (What did you expect?) I boiled a small pot of it, drank some, and will bottle the rest. From what I’ve read, it’s super-helpful to improving health.
marnieclark.com/category/essiac-tea/ “...Sounds incredible that four simple herbs could do so much in the body. Herbalists believe that the synergistic interaction of the four herbs contributes to their therapeutic effects. Some research has been carried out on the individual components of the remedy and these studies indicate that both burdock and the turkey rhubarb root have anti-tumor properties. But it appears to be the combination of the herbs that has the best effect.
Of course the medical establishment continues to diss Essiac, saying that there is “a lack of high-quality clinical trials to substantiate any of Essiac’s traditional uses”. But since herbs can’t be patented who would pay for such a trial? I even found on the Cancer Research UK website the remark: “…in many cases, it turned out that either the diagnosis was wrong in the first place, or that conventional cancer treatment was more likely to have been the reason for the cancer disappearing.” Yeah, right.”