The Essiac Report, written by Richard Thomas revealed how a potential cancer cure was dismissed by government authorities. A survey by Amazon.com reports that 100 readers have rated the book 4 or 5 stars, nothing less.

Some teaser statements from that book are:

In 1982, Dr. Charles Brusch MD, physician to President John F. Kennedy, summarized his work with Rene Caisse on Essiac Tea in a formal report with this following paragraph:

"The results we obtained with thousands of patients of various races, sexes an ages, with all types of cancer definitely proves Essiac to be a cure for cancer. Studies done in four laboratories in the United States and one or more in Canada also fortify this claim."

Further from Dr. Brusch "Good results obtained by taking Essiac herbal medicine included cessation of pain, increased appetite, weight gain, feeling of well being which reflected improved emotional attitudes regarding depression, anxiety, and fear and prolongation of life. Results improved with the continuance of the Essiac medication."

Each patient that they treated received a thorough physical examination, including blood analysis, EKG, x-rays, and any other clinical test that seemed pertinent. The range of cancer included colon cancer, cancer of the breast, uterus, lip, liver, prostate, lung and basal cell carcinoma.

We found this book interesting and informative.  For those of you looking for alternative paths in life and to learn more about Essiac and how it can be of benefit to you and your loved ones, we thought we would mention this publication.

We, at Herbal Balance for Life, have been granted the 8 herb upgraded formula for Essiac as perfected by Dr. Brusch and Nurse Rene Caisse. It is that formula we use in our production of Essiac Tea and Essiac Soft Gels and our new Essiac Instant Tea.

 

The Statements noted in this blog are taken from the book “The Essiac Report” by Richard Thomas and Herbal Balance makes no comments or endorsements on any statements or quotations noted by said publications in this blog.

 

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