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Who discovered ESSIAK?
Essiak was discovered in 1922, when a patient spoke to Nurse Rene Caisse of a Canadian Ojibwa Indian herbal tea she took. Nurse Caisse eventually named the formula Essiak, which is Nurse Caisse's name spelled backwards. She ran her clinic on Dominion Street from 1934 to 1942 and continued to give Essiak to people until the late 1970’s.

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Essiak contains Burdock Root in its Essiac formula (not Yellow Dock) Used traditionally to help maintain a healthy gastrointestinal tract, support a healthy immune response.*

contains Sheep Sorrel in its formula (not Sorrel) Used in traditional folk herbalism to cool the body, create sweating and detoxification through the skin: as useful in maintaining a healthy kidney and urinary functions.*
Essiak contains Indian Rubarb Root in its formula (not Turkey Rhubarb). Used traditionally in small amounts, this herb helps purge the liver of toxic buildup and waste that accumulates through normal daily life. *
 contains Slippery Elm (inner bark) in its formula (not Slippery Elm). The inner bark nourishes and soothes organs, tissues and mucus membranes and supports lung health. *  It also helps normal digestion. *