Instructions For Use
Mix 1 to 2 ozs. of Ezzeac
Tea or Ezzeac PlusTM
with Cat's Claw Herb Tea
with hot or cold distilled water. Adults, take twice daily on an
empty stomach, one hour before eating or two to three hours after
eating. Maintenance Schedule: 1 oz. of Ezzeac with 2 ozs. of water
daily, on an empty stomach.
Our research has led us to conclude
that this is the finest Essiac product available on the market.
Every herb in the formula developed by Rene Caisse R.N. has
different requirements for maximizing the extraction of the active
Commercial Essiac and Most Essiac Knock-Off Products Are Only
Essiac Formula given to Rene Caisse can be traced back to the native
Ojibway Indians of Canada. It is a formula that consists of four
herbs: Burdock root, Slippery Elm bark, Turkey Rhubarb root and
Sheep Sorrel. Of these four, the first three are referred to as hard
tissue herbs (roots and/or barks) while the fourth is a soft tissue
herb (leaves and/or flowers). Hard tissue herbs must be boiled in
order to release all of their medicinal properties, while soft
tissue herbs must be simmered at a temperature not exceeding 140
The majority of
these products available in health food stores today have all the
herbs mixed together with instructions to either boil or simmer them
and they cannot be prepared separately. If all herbs are boiled, the
enzymes and other medicinal properties in the Sheep Sorrel will be
destroyed. If all herbs are simmered together, much of the medicinal
properties in the Burdock root, Slippery Elm bark and Turkey Rhubarb
root will not be released. This is the reason why many people do not
experience the same results that Rene Caisse did, with her 50 plus
years of using the formula in Canada.
Plus Cat's Claw Herbal TeaTM,
every herb is prepared individually then blended together to ensure
maximum potency. Ezzeac also contains three times the herbs used by
any other brand.
addition of the Cat's Claw herb (una de gato) one of the most
important immune stimulating herbs yet discovered in the Amazon
Rainforest, this product is also the best value on the market.
What is it
that makes Catís Claw such a powerful natural medicine?
lies in the herbs unique phytochemical make-up. In all, the herb
contains five different groups of beneficial plant compounds. These
include: alkaloids, polyphenols and proanthocyanidins, triterpines,
glycosides, and phytosterols. Laboratory research in Austria,
Germany, Hungary, Italy, England and Peru has demonstrated that
these compounds possess immune augmenting, anti-microbial,
anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti-ulcer,
anti-oxidant and adaptogen properties.
Claw has been referred to as an adaptogen and anti-oxidant herb, it
is suitable to be used on a daily basis by those seeking to maintain
maximum resistance to the stresses and strains of modern life.
Is Catís Claw
an herb for everyone?
No, there is a
small percentage of people who should not use the herb. These
include: anyone taking anti-ulcer medications, transplant patients
or those being injected with foreign proteins as a part of their
normal therapy. Catís Claw can also cause uterine contractions and
therefore, should not be taken by pregnant women or women seeking to
In a small
number of people, Catís Claw may cause constipation or diarrhea and
in rare occasions a slight fever or reoccurrence of former symptoms
as it drives a deep seated pathology out of the body. These usually
pass or normalize within two weeks. I have also heard of a few
people who have broken out in a rash after taking Catís Claw.
reasons, it is a good idea to start out with a lower dose and then
gradually increase the amount over a ten to thirty day period. If
side effects are going to occur, they will generally do so within
the first week. It is important to keep in mind that these side
effects are rare and that the vast majority do not experience
any adverse side effects at all.