Essiac Tea: Calling Of An Angel. This description may have been taken from a previous edition of this product. Each year, medical science invests billions of dollars in the hopeless pursuit of a cancer cure—or cures. And yet, despite the use of increasingly expensive and dangerous technology and drugs, we appear to be no closer to eradicating humanity’s most dreaded and lethal disease. Is it possible that the answer to our prayers for cancer treatment has always been available to us, a gift from nature concealed in the life-giving properties of certain plants that grow wild throughout North America? Yes, of course. Rene Caisse, a nurse in Canada, treated thousands of cancer patients successfully for more than 50 years using a simple herbal formula discovered and first used by the Indians. Rene Caisse brewed the herbs into a tea she called Essiac, and many of her patients, as well as their families and friends, swore that Essiac’s curative—and pain-relieving—powers were nothing short of miraculous. From the 1930s to the 1980s, prominent physicians advocated for the efficacy of Essiac as a cancer treatment.