Good results heard from users of Essiac Tea for Eczema and Psoriasis

I’ve been reading about good results with improvement of eczema with the use of Essiac Tea.  For those who already know, eczema and psoriasis is caused by polluted / dirty blood, technically called toxemia and the skin is called upon as an alternative means of throwing off the toxins because the primary detoxification organs of the sick are compromised.  Essiac tea is known as a blood purifier.  So logically, it helps.

Essiac tea is a tool for healing.  Like all tools, I see the use of Essiac tea as temporary.  You take advantage of this tool to clean your blood.  Then you work on cleansing your primary detoxification organs.  Then you work on stopping the sources of toxins and pollution.  So your blood gets cleaned and your blood stays clean.  Your body does not need to throw off toxins through the skin.  Eczema and psoriasis cured.

I advise again the prospective users of these tools of healing to understand what it is to be cured 100++ %.  Essiac tea is a tool.  It is potentially a good tool for whatever ails you now.  Do not be dependent on it for the rest of your life.  I believe you should not look at Essiac Tea as a miracle cure all tool.  Essiac tea may have a place in your arsenal of healing tools.  Don’t let healing tools blind you.

100% eczema and psoriasis cure is possible.  You can reach a point where you need no supplements, no vitamins, no herbs… just raw omnivore food (animal meat, fruits and some vegetables), sunshine, pure water, play and love.

What is Essiac Tea?

Essiac, given its name by Rene Caisse (“caisse” spelt backwards), consists of four main herbs that grow in the wilderness of Ontario, Canada. The original formula is believed to have its roots from the native Canadian Ojibway Indians.

The four main herbs that make up Essiac are Burdock Root, Slippery Elm Inner Bark, Sheep Sorrel and Indian Rhubarb Root.

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