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Re: Pulling out the big guns for my undiagnosed problem


I found Essiac Tea on VitaminShoppe (where I typically buy supplements). The ingredients are:

Vitamin A 110 IU

Vitamin C 1 Mg

Proprietary Blend 2 Gm

Other Ingredients:
Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm, Indian Rhubarb Root.


Does that sound right to you. They want $26 for 1.5 oz of a powder form. There aren't a whole lot of herbs in there, while I know the Slippery Elm has a calming/soothing effect on the GI tract, I haven't heard of the other three. Maybe I ought to look up the ingredients separately and see if there's another, less expensive, tea; or if it's worth the $$ due to potency.

Malic acid was inexpensive enough and seems like a good "cleaner-outter" to add to my fresh lemon/cranberry/ACV/kombucha morning drink to assist with liver detox..
 

 
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