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Biotraxx CAISSE Tincture, made to the original recipe from Rene Caisse, 100 ml

29,80

Powerful ESSIAC herbal tincture with the ability for strengthen the immune system. All herbal ingredients are organically grown. No added water. Free from preservatives or binding agents. Includes Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel, Slippery Elm, Turkish Rhubarb Root. Bottled in miron violet glass bottles for the best, light protected storage. Content: 100 ml, contains organic alcohol, 39.8% Vol

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CAISSE Tincture is an immune enhancing and blood cleansing tincture made from herbs which strengthen the immune system and the body’s own self healing ability. It is made from the original recipe reeived by Mme. Rene M. Caisse (1888 -1978), a Canadian nurse, who in 1922 met an 80 year old woman in a hospital in Ontario who gave her the recipe She told Caisse that she had been given the formula 20 years earlier by a medicine man from the Ojibway tripe in Eastern Canada. She claimed told Caisse that in 1902 she had been healed from breast cancer by taking this herbal tincture on a regular basis. Excited about this idea, Caisse began making and testing the recipe and began treating more and more patients in her own clinic in Bracebridge Canada from 1934 to 1942 with this tincture. This original, classic recipe consists of only the fou.r following herbs, all of which are indigenous to the forests of Eastern Canada.

Ingredients:

  • Burdock Root
  • Sheep Sorrel
  • Slippery Elm
  • Turkish Rhubarb Root

    Content: Bio-alcohol 39.9 Vol

    All herbal ingredients are organically grown. No added water. Free from preservatives or binding agents.

    The effect of the used herbs

    Burdock Root (Arctum lappa)
    These roots have been used in the European ancient folk medicine since ages began. Among other ingredients, the extracted oil of the roots contains fructan which has a high antioxidant effect. Another part of the root is arctigenin, which has been observed to have anti-viral and anti-tumour effects. In trials, arctigenin showed quicker dying off of oestrogen-receptor-negative-breast cancer cells. The herb Burdock root also lends itself in the use for skin diseases, liver complaints, hair loss and rheumatic complaints. The roots and young leaves can also be used in the preparation of wild vegetables, which were often eaten as vegetables in the Middle Ages. Today, we only see the use of them as food in Asian countries such as Japan, Taiwan and Korea.

    Sheep Sorrel (Rumex acetosella)
    The use of Sheep Sorrel goes right back to the Middle Ages where it was known as both a vegetable and medicine. Internally, its healing quality was used for stomach, liver and gallbladder complaints as well as for jaundice. As well as using it as a blood-, liver and gallbladder cleanser, breast problems and scurvy, it also has a healing effect on wounds and tumours.

    Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra)
    Slippery Elm is native to South and North America. It has been used as a natural medicine by American Indians for thousands of years. The part used is the inner part of the bark which is bitter and contains mucilage. It contains Vitamin A, B, C and K as well as large amounts of Calcium, Magnesium and Sodium. When mixed with water it becomes a slimy smooth elm bark mash, of which its protective effect is used for stomach inflammation and bowel problems. Moreover, the healing effect of the bark is anti-inflammatory, calming and soothing. Slippery Elm is also used for colds, asthma, bronchitis, kidney and bladder infections, ulcers and sores in the mouth and toothache. Its antiseptic effect supports the treatment of wounds, Eczema and skin disorders such as rashes.

    Turkish Rhubarb Root (Rheum palmatum)
    Also known as Turkey rhubarb, Chinese rhubarb, Indian rhubarb, Russian rhubarb or rhubarb root, it has an oestrogen effect which has a positive impact on the mucus membrane of the womb and vagina. The content of the roots are typically anthraquinones, flavenoids, tannins, calcium oxalate and fatty acids among other things. It has been used successfully for over 5000 years in Chinese, Tibetan and Ayurvedic medicine. It is used to relieve constipation, to regulate and harmonise the metabolism and can help to find emotional equilibrium.

    Dosage:
    Best taken 1 hour before food, alternatively 1hour after a meal. No juice to be taken at least 30 minutes before or after taking Essiac. 5ml = 1 teasp, 10ml = 2 teasp

    As a preventative:
    2 x 5ml daily, mornings and evenings.

    As a protocol:
    3 x 10ml daily, mornings, midday and evenings. It is recommended to use this protocol for 3 months. For those with a serious illness, it should be taken for at least a further 2 months. Then discontinue for 3 months. Thereafter, the protocol can be commenced again.

    Please shake well before each use!

    Note: Food supplements should not be taken as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Not to be taken by pregnant or nursing mothers, nor small children. Please keep all medication out of reach of children.

    Important Note: The use of this supplement does not substitute or replace a doctor of your health practioner. CAISSE Tincture is not a medical drug.

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    Weight0.22 kg
    Dimensions4.7 × 4.7 × 15.5 cm
    Warenbeschreibung

    herbal extract

    Country of origin

    Germany

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