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 Essiac Essentials Handbook, 2016, softcover, 81 pages. In the sixth and last of the Snow & Klein book series Essiac takes its place in the 21st century with five formulae including Classic Essiac Tea and Black Root Medicine, the original Native American remedy.
Sourced from the Sheila Snow Fraser Essiac Archive collection and her own extensive research, Mali Klein answers all the key questions and presents the strongest case yet for including Sheep sorrel root (Rumex acetosella) in the Essiac formulae.
Essiac… the potential to improve ‘more than can be explained.’
Black Root Medicine the Original Native American Essiac Formula, 2014, softcover, 54 pages, Mali Klein. This book focuses on Mali's research and conclusions about the original 8-herb formula passed on from a Native American medicine man in the late 1800s and subsequently given to Nurse Rene Caisse in the 1920s. Nurse Caisse refined the primary formula to four herbs. This book is written for an audience from the future, with the basic tools and know-how needed to make Essiac whether or not it is known of anymore or whether or not it is commercially available. There will always be a way and this book outlines how.
Mali Klein is a very good writer and both books belong in the libraries of anyone looking for the most reliable and accurate Essiac information that is available. These two books are now the only two remaining books in print of the total of six Sheila Snow and Mali Klein have written on Essiac and Rene Caisse.