Ingredients & Description
Ambaya Gold’s Native American Essiac tea is hand-crafted and specially formulated in small batches true to an ancient Native American recipe.
Ambaya Gold’s Native American Essiac Tea uses Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel, Cat’s Claw Bark, Slippery Elm Bark, and Turkish Rhubarb Root - herbs rich in vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, K, E and many trace minerals.
Burdock Root increases circulation to the skin to help cleanse the epidermal tissues while eliminating toxins from the blood and lymphatic system
Sheep Sorrel is rich in chlorophyll, which is shown to increase oxygen content in the blood. Combined with potassium oxalate, sheep sorrel may help to strengthen the immune system
Cat’s Claw supports digestive and upper respiratory health and the immune system
Slippery Elm Bark helps to protect membrane linings in the joints and can provide anti-inflammatory support
Turkish Rhubarb Root is a great detoxifier
Benefits may include:
Overall system tune-up and energizer
Helps support strengthened immune system
Assistance with overall cellular health and regeneration
Cells nourished, hydrated & oxygenated
Suggested Use: Take 1 tablespoon twice daily, at least 30 minutes before meals. Works best if swished around in mouth for 1-2 minutes before swallowing.
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the
Uses & Indications.
Ailments & Concerns.
- Detoxify & Cleanse
- Promoting Vitality And Wellness
- Maintain Strong Immune System
Questions and answers:
Asked on: March 5, 2013
Question: how long is a pint supposed to last, and how much is shipping cost? thank you Mike T
A: If taken as directed at 1 tablespoon twice daily, then 1 pint should last you about 2 weeks.
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Asked on: November 1, 2013
Question: Do you have any information regarding this Essiac Tea helping with Lichen Sclerosus
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