Supplements and Herbs (XXI)

An Anti-Tumor/Anti-Cancer/Anti-Parasite Herbal Tea

Tissue Cleanse Decoction

Edited & republished with special permission by copyright © 2006 Healing Cancer Naturally from an article authored by Dr. A., a naturopathic physician

Caution: NEVER MIX HERBS AND SYNTHETIC PRESCRIPTION DRUGS TOGETHER AT THE SAME TIME!

Introduction

Many valuable herbs are used in the following "Tissue Cleansing Decoction". It is an excellent way to take anti-parasitic herbs while providing those conditions that promote cleansing, regeneration and healing of all conditions in the human body regardless of diagnosis or prognosis of an existing illness. I don't sell this tea but make its formula available to you for 'home brewing'.

Extensive research has established that all of these herbs have a contributing and synergistic effect that has traditionally helped to substantially reduce the symptomatic manifestation of tumors and cancers in the human body.

As you will see, the formulation is basically a strongly enlarged Essiac tea, the well-known herbal cancer treatment [by Renée Caisse].

I describe here these various restorative herbs.

The indicated herbs have been formulated into a herbal mixture, respecting the required proportions.
It is evident and VERY significant that 15 of the 18 herbs have anti-parasitic properties. This is an interesting correlation and anecdotal vindication of Dr. Hulda Clark's discovery that cancer co-exists with parasites. Eliminate the parasites and related solvents and the cancer disappears. Naturally, there has to be a cleansing process to eliminate the toxic residue. All of these herbs (taken as a tea) accomplish their appropriate tasks (listed below) synergistically, i.e. they are fully compatible and work together at a common task to restore homeostasis.

Collective Herbal Properties...

The herbal combination (as mentioned, I call it a Tissue Cleansing Decoction) shown below has the following properties as compiled from many anecdotal references, reports and testimonials:

a) Normalizes the thyroid and parathyroid glands and thereby helps regulate many important physiological functions including the vital calcium regulation
b) Is a potent pathogen eradicator and is particularly effective against parasites
c) Strengthens the nervous system and promotes healthful sleep
d) Regulates the functions of the pancreas and blood sugar imbalances
e) Elevates the entire immune system - is particularly effective against AIDS
f) Enhances the utilization of enzymes present in herbs and in food
g) Clears up skin blemishes and increases waste elimination via the skin
i) Reduces and regresses most forms of external and internal tumors and cancers
j) Purifies the blood and strengthens the liver and kidneys
k) Arrests sub-clinical cancerous conditions - relieves pain like Cortisone
l) Increases the absorption of vitamins and minerals
m) Shrinks tumor/cancer mass and rebuilds damaged tissues and cells
n) Expels toxic waste via improved lymph drainage. Drains mucus from lungs or sinuses
o) Somewhat alkaloid, promotes secretion of bile, purges and cleanses the liver
p) Enhances appetite and develops desire for living unfired food
q) Balances hormones and systems dependent on normal hormone availability
r) Aids digestion and restores proper bile function
s) Anti-inflammatory, increases blood flow to the brain and normalizes blood pressure
t) Strengthens heart function and cleanses arterial obstructions
u) Oxygenates and aids in oxidizing free radicals and other accumulated toxic matter
v) Promotes improved digestion and normalizes elimination
w) Aids in dissolving kidney- and gallstones
x) Eliminates parasites, viruses and bacteria of all kinds in all body organs and fluids
y) Ensures adequate colloidal re-mineralization and availability of electrolytes
z) Provides nutrition with high quality organic living vitamins, enzymes, amino acids and trace minerals.

Many more benefits could be listed here. They have all been documented in detail in scientific and holistic herbal literature both here and abroad.
The % figure is an approximate volumetric amount (of 100%) but this may change depending on the specific needs of an authorized client/patient.

#

%

Herbs

In modern
Essiac
formula

Anti-
Parasitic
Properties
& Footnote

1

3

Astragalus Root (Astragalus Membranaceus)

No

No

2

10

Barberry Root (Berberis Vulgaris)

No

Yes - 1

3

3

Blessed Thistle (Cnicus Benedictus)

Yes

Yes - 2

4

1

Buckthorn (Rhamnus Frangula)

No

Yes - 14

5

11

Burdock Root (Arctium Lappa) c/s

Yes

Yes - 3

6

1

Cat’s Claw (Uncaria Tomentosa) c/s

No

Yes - 4

7

4

Chaparral (Larrea Divaricata)

No

Yes - 5

8

9

Cleaver’s Herb (Galium aparine)

No

Yes - 6

9

4

Devil’s Claw Root (Harpagophytum Procumbens)

No

No

10

7

Echinacea (Echinacea Augustofolia)

No

Yes - 7

11

2

Golden Seal (Hydrastis Canadensis) see note 2

No

Yes - 8

12

7

Pau d’Arco (Lapacho - Taheebo)

No

Yes - 9

13

10

Red Clover Tops (Trifolium Pratense)

Yes

No

14

14

Sheep Sorrel Herb (Rumex Acetosella)powdered

Yes

Yes - 10

15

3

Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus Rubra) powdered

Yes

Yes - 11

16

5

Turkey Rhubarb Root (Rheum Officinale) powdered

Yes

Yes - 12

17

2

Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium)

No

Yes - 5

18

4

Yellow Dock Root (Rhumex Crispus)

No

Yes - 13

       
 

Note 1:
Do not mix the herbs yourself! The proportions are difficult to obtain and must be precise to ensure full synergistic performance and effectiveness of all the herbs listed.

Note 2:
Goldenseal is not only very expensive but is is threatened in the wild and should only be used when its use is justified and absolutely necessary.

Note 3:
Compare Red Clover Flowers (trifolium pratense): An Effective Anticancer Herb?.

   

The following are herbs intended to provide superior organic colloidal mineral support, taken as a tea and used on a more or less permanent basis.

Bladderwrack (Kelp)
Irish Moss

Individually, these herbs have the following properties:

Astragalus Root - To strengthen the immune system, digestion and energy
Barberry Root - Alkaloid, promotes secretion of bile, purges, cleans liver
Blessed Thistle - Resolves blood clots and tumors, balances hormones
Buckthorn - Constipation, including liver and gallbladder problems. Causes no irritation
Burdock Root - Blood purifier, supports kidneys, removes uric acid
Cat’s Claw - Anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving like Cortisone
Chaparral Leaves - Herbal antibiotic - fights bacteria, viruses and parasites
Cleaver’s Herb - Excellent lymphatic node drainer and urinary tonic
Devil’s Claw Root - Cleanses vascular walls, kidney, lymph and liver
Echinacea - Antibacterial, antiviral, anti-parasitic, combats infections
Golden Seal - Dislodges mucus, nature’s antibiotic, anti-inflammatory
Pau d’Arco - Reduces cancer mass, rebuilds immune system
Red Clover Tops - Effective against all scrofulous diseases and cancers
Sheep Sorrel Herb - Increases oxygen at the cellular level, detoxifies
Slippery Elm Bark - Absorbs noxious gases, reduces acidosis, irritations
Turkey Rhubarb Root - Purges body of stagnating foods, bile and parasites
Yarrow - Stops bleeding, raises appetite, reduces fevers
Yellow Dock Root - Stimulates bile, blood cleanser, counteracts constipation.

For information only: Essiac/Flor-Essence

The ingredients of the modern Essiac/Flor-Essence formula are:

Burdock (Arctium lappa) (root),
Sheep Sorrel (Rumex acetosella) (whole herb),
Turkish Rhubarb Root (Rheum Officinale),
Slippery Elm (Ulmus fulva) (bark),
Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) (seed),
Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) (leaf),
Water Cress (Nasturtium officinale) (whole plant),
Kelp (Fucus vesiculosus) (whole plant).

The original Essiac formula contained only four herbs which are:

Burdock root - cut (Arctium Lappa)
Sheep sorrel herb - powdered (Rumex Acetosella)
Turkey rhubarb root - powdered (Rheum Palmatum)
Slippery elm bark - powdered (Ulmus Fulva)

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Caution: Contraindications

This cautionary note is addressed to those persons who consider taking the above Tissue Cleansing Tea (basically a strongly enlarged Essiac tea) and who have had a history of kidney stones or severe arthritic conditions.

While existing kidney stones (oxalate and other calculi) are mostly caused by the regular intake of ordinary Orange Pecoe tea, chocolate or chocolate-based drinks, I draw your attention to the fact that Sheep Sorrel Herb contains some oxalic acid, and might therefore contribute to the continued formation of Oxalate crystals (stones).

Therefore, I suggest that, if time permits, it would be wise for persons with past or present kidney stone problems to do a kidney cleanse (21-day program) using [a] Kidney Cleanse twenty-one (21) days prior to starting on the Tissue Cleansing Tea.

Also, one of the herbs used in the Tissue Cleansing Decoction is "Golden Seal". This herb can stimulate the involuntary muscles of the uterus and therefore the Tissue Cleansing Tea should be avoided (if possible) during pregnancy.
Note by Healing Cancer Naturally: it is advisable to check for similar contraindications (such as pregnancy) for Essiac tea/Flor-Essence. An internet search should provide a speedy answer.

Preparation - please check this out before you take these cleansing herbs

Footnotes (supporting the anti-parasitic properties)

1 Health Handbook - Louise Tenny, M.H., 1987, Page 149
2 Health Handbook - Louise Tenny, M.H., 1987, Page 153-154
3 Well Being Journal - Jan/Feb 1996 - Page 13 - Burdock - by Barbara Mowbray
4 Uncaria Tomentosa (Cat's Claw) a Wondrous Herb from the Peruvian Rain Forest, Townsend Letter for Doctors, May, Aug/Sept 94, winter 95 - Steinberg, Phillip N., C.N.C.
5 Health Handbook - Louise Tenny, M.H., 1987, Page 165
6 The Holistic Herbal by David Hoffmann, Page 81
7 The Holistic Herbal by David Hoffmann, Page 81
8 The Scientific Validation of Herbal Medicine - Page 257 - Daniel B. Mowrey, Ph.D.
9 How To Be Your Own Herbal Pharmacist by Linda Rector-Page N.D., Ph.D.
10 Indian Herbalogy of North America - Page 255 - by Alma R. Hutchins
11 Health Handbook - A Family Guide to Health, Page 204 - by Louis Tenny, M.H.
12 "The Essiac Report" by Richard Thomas - Page 83
13 The Scientific Validation of Herbal Medicine - Page 250 by Daniel B. Mowrey, Ph.D.
14 The Herb Book - by John Lust - Page 138

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