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We recommend the following books to learn more about Rene Caisse's Essiac treatments. There is an incredible amount of disinformation about Essiac tea on the internet. The books by Sheila Snow and Mali Klein are without any doubt the most documented and accurate books about Essiac tea. It was Sheila Snow who discovered that if sheep sorrel roots are not included, then it is not Essiac tea. Rene Caisse was very specific that sheep sorrel roots must be added to the Essiac formulas.
Sheila Snow worked directly with Rene Caisse and both she and Mali Klein also worked extensively with Mary McPherson. Sheila spent 27 years compiling a priceless Essiac Archive collection of Rene Caisse's personal papers and correspondence, legal documents, the only existing clinic case records, many hours of tape recorded conversations, memorabilia and other documentation of Essiac history.
Most of these books are out of print collector's books so they are rather expensive.
THE ESSENCE OF ESSIAC by Sheila Snow
ESSIAC ESSENTIALS by Sheila Snow and Mali Klein
ESSIAC -- THE SECRETS OF RENE CAISSE'S HERBAL PHARMACY by Sheila Snow and Mali Klein
THE ESSIAC BOOK by Mali Klein
CLICK HERE to learn what Rene Caisse said about the importance of sheep sorrel roots.
Click here to watch The Rene Caisse Story on YouTube.
Click here to learn how to make Essiac tea.
Click here to see Mary McPherson's Essiac Formula Affidavit
Essiac FAQ: Click here for a good source online info about Essiac tea: www.HealthFreedom.info
Click here to locate a naturopathic doctor at the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians.
Click here to locate natural healing professionals at HealthWorld Online
The information on this page and on this website is for historical and general information purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice.
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