These two books are a powerful combination of history and practical information, and like Essiac, the combined effect of the parts makes for a whole greater than the sum. The books contain a very thought-provoking message well worth the read.
The Complete Essiac Essentials, 2010, softcover, 182 pages. Sheila Snow and Mali Klein, is the best all-in-one reference book on Essiac written, with both the story of Rene Caisse and instruction on how to grow the herbs, make the tea, and work with it.
Black Root Medicine the Original Native American Essiac Formula, 2014, softcover, 54 pages, Mali Klein. Mali Klein's conclusions about what has happened with Essiac, from before it got its name in the 1920s, all the way up to the present, from the one person left in this world that was there to pull it all together in a provocative analysis to set the record straight once and for all. Enjoy!