Essiac® Herbs

Sheep Sorrel (Rumex acetosella) Rich in vitamins, minerals and trace elements, it nourishes the glandular system. Sheep Sorrel contains silicon, a necessary element in nerves and the myelin sheath that protects them.sheep-sorrel
Burdock Root (Arctium Root) Contains inulin (important in the metabolism of carbohydrates), essential oils, vitamins and a broad array of minerals. Its burdock-rootvitamin A and selenium help eliminate free radicals. Considered to be a source of strength and nutrition.
Slippery Elm (Ulmus Vulva) SNorth American species of tree, the bark of which is traditionally used in folk medicine because it contains large amounts of tannins and slippery-elm-barkmucilages. One of the world’s best known herbal remedies, believed to dissolve mucous deposits in tissue, glands and nerve channels. The inner bark rich in Calcium, magnesium, and vitamins A, B, C, K, feeds and soothes organs, tissues and mucous membranes.
Indian Rhubarb
(Rheum palmatum)
A thick root, when harvested is rich in iron and can be used both internally and externally. In small amounts, this herb acts as a gentle indian-rhubarblaxative, and purges the body especially the liver, of wastes and toxic matter