Original blend of burdock, rhubarb, slippery elm and sheep sorrel. Premium herbs Certified Organic.
Ojibway Tea History
Ojibway Tea has a history dating back over 100 years. The tea was
originally prepared by the Ojibway Indians of Ontario, Canada. Rene
Caise a nurse who procured the recipe from the Ojibway Medicine Man
helped make the tea famous when she renamed it by its now patented name
of Essiac (her name spelled backwards). Ojibway Tea is a tea concocted
of four herbs: Sheep Sorrel, Burdock Root, Slippery Elm and Rhubarb.
All herbs grow-abundantly in Ontario.
Ojibway Tea is currently
being consumed throughout the United States, Canada Mexico, Europe,
Australia, and Africa and is marketed under many different names...
This packet contains the correct ratio of herbs to combine with one gallon/4 liters of water.
To read more on the properties of the herbs themselves please visit pour main website here...
The Herbs of Ojibway Tea