Introducing Essiac Topical Solution!
Rene Caisse used to inject a decoction made from Sheep sorrel (Rumex acetosella) at her Essiac Cancer Clinic in the 1930s. But now the days of injecting herbal decoctions have long since passed!
Essiac Topical Solution Herbs provide alternative ways to work with Sheep sorrel. The mix is a hefty 63% Sheep sorrel roots, a much higher overall ratio than the 4-herb Essiac tea. It is prepared the same way as the Essiac 4-herb decoction. Work with it externally, with an enema or douche, use as a mouthwash, apply to wounds and other external conditions...or even drink it as a tea or add it to your bath. Makes one quart (.95L).
Sheep sorrel (Rumex acetosella), root - 83%
Slippery elm (Ulmus rubra), inner bark - 17%.
All ingredients are organic or wild-harvested and U.S.-grown. Best stored in small bottles in the refrigerator once the decoction is made.
Essiac Topical Solution is not suitable for use intravenously or as an injection.
- Bathe affected area several times daily with undiluted solution, or soak sterile gauze pads with undiluted solution to use as dressings.
- Mouthwash: - Dilute 1:1 with water - 10 ml (2 teaspoons) Topical Solution with 10 ml warm water for use up to five times daily.
- Enema or douche therapies: Dilute 1:2 with water - 10 ml (2 teaspoons) solution with 20 ml (4 teaspoons) body temperature water for use with a suitable applicator once every third day at bedtime.
- Essiac Topical Solution can also be taken internally as a tea. Dilute 1:2 with water and prepare in the same way as Essiac - 30-60 ml (1-2 oz.), diluted in 60-120 ml (2-4 oz.) of water. If currently taking Essiac, consider the Topical Solution as your substitute serving of Essiac for the day.
Best stored in small (8 oz - 1 qt.) bottles in the refrigerator.
Not suitable for use intravenously or as an injection.
For more information see The Essiac Essentials Handbook, 2016, Mali Klein