Product Information: Ojibwa Tea


The Original Ojibwa herbal tea formula is a combination of 4 brewed herbs which interact to have an amazing effect on the human body: Bloodroot, Slippery Elm, Burdock, and Sheep-Sorrel.  The chemicals, minerals, and vitamins act synergistically to provide the human body with what it needs to heal itself (even from cancer). 

The Ojibwa tea formula  has strict demands regarding handling and processing of the plants including but not limited to harvesting time, drying methods, purity. Dr. Gary Glum maintains the highest standards for preparation of the original herbal formula given to Rene Caisse. 

The herbs are, by themselves, great healers in their own rights. Below are the herbs used in Ojibwa tea, with some brief information about the herb and its common uses.

Bloodroot – Sanguinaria canadensis
Both the common name and the genus name refer to the blood-red juice in the roots. It is a member of the poppy family, which blooms early in spring, before its leaves appear. Flowers March- June. Today, components of the root are used in minute amounts in commercial toothpaste and mouthwashes to fight plaque.

Used to Treat:
Anemia, burns, cancer, chronic bronchitis, cough, croup, common cold, eczema, fever, eye ailments, heart and kidney ailment hemorrhoids, liver and nose ailments, pneumonia venereal ailments, tuberculosis, skin fungus and ailments.

Slippery Elm – Ulmus fulva MEDICINAL:
Sliperry Elm
Slippery Elm has the ability to neutralize stomach acidity and to absorb gases. It aids in the digestion of milk. This herb acts as a buffer against irritations and inflammations of the mucous membranes. It has the ability to remove mucus with stronger force than other plants. It assists the adrenal glands by helping boost cortisone production. This helps send a stream of blood-building substances throughout the system. Slippery elm draws out impurities and heals all parts of the body. It is very useful for the respiratory system. Externally it is an excellent helper for burns, skin cancers, poison ivy, and wounds. It contains vitamins E, F, K and P. It also contains iron, sodium, calcium, selenium, iodine, copper, zinc and some potassium and phosphorus.
GROWING: Slippery elm is a deciduous tree that grows 40-60 feet tall. It needs full sun and good soils. It is found from Canada to Florida, west to the Dakotas and Texas.
The inner bark of the slippery elm is white, mildly scented, and very mucilaginous (“slippery”). It is the portion used for healing, and is considered edible. 

Burdock Arcticum lappa  MEDICINAL:
Burdock is an excellent blood purifier. It promotes kidney function to help clear the blood of harmful acids. It can reduce swelling around joints and help reduce calcification deposits. Burdock contains anywhere from 27 to 45 percent inulin, a form of starch, which is the source of most of its curative powers. Inulin is important in the carbohydrate metabolism. Burdock is rich in vitamin C and iron. It is 12% protein, 70 % carbohydrate, contains some vitamin A, E, P, and B-complex, PABA, and small amounts of sulfur, silicone, copper, iodine and zinc.
Applications: skin diseases, boils, fevers, inflammations, hepatitis, swollen glands, some cancers, and fluid retention. A tea made of the leaves of Burdock is also used for indigestion. It is very useful for building the systems of young women. Helps clear persistent teenage acne if taken for three to four weeks. Used with dandelion root for a very effective liver cleanser and stimulator.

Sheep-Sorrel Rumex acetosella
Sheep-sorrel is a slender, smooth, sour-tasting perennial, 4-12 inches high. It is found in acid soils. Leaf tea of this common European alien traditionally used for fevers, inflammation, and scurvy. Fresh leaves considered cooling, diuretic. Leaves poultice (after roasting) is used for tumors and wens (sebaceous cysts).  Sorrel plants have been a folk remedy for cancer for centuries both in Europe and America.  Sheep sorrel has been observed by researchers to break down tumors, and to alleviate some chronic conditions and degenerative diseases.
Sheep sorrel contains many vitamins and minerals, one in particular; chlorophyll carries oxygen throughout the bloodstream.  Cancer cells do not live in the presence of oxygen.  It also:
Sheep  	Sorrel
·        Reduces the damage of radiation burns
·        Increases resistance to X-rays
·        Improves the vascular system
·        Aids in the removal of foreign deposits from the walls of the blood vessels.
·        Purifies the liver, stimulates the growth of new tissue
·        Raises the oxygen level of the tissue cell

Sheep-Sorrel and Bloodroot are the primary healing herbs in Ojibwa tea (Ojibwa formula).

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