Essiac: Back to the Source – a Master Class with Mali Klein
A Master Class with Mali Klein Author of The Complete Essiac Essentials
Save the date!
October 27, 2012
9:45 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The Open Way
702 Brooks Avenue
Missoula MT 59801
Cost: $90 early bird registration, $120 after October 1
scholarships and work/trade discounts available, first come first served
call (406) 883-0110
or email Debbie@ReneCaisseTea.com
Tuition includes herbs, seeds, and a copy of The Complete Essiac Essentials
Private consults available
Author and researcher Mali Klein will be sharing nearly two decades’ worth of her experience working with Rene Caisse’s Essiac herbal therapy in the treatment of cancer and other serious illnesses. This master class is designed for professionals and laypersons, patients and doctors alike. Hands-on training will be provided on how to make the various Essiac formulae that Rene is known to have used. Mali will be available for private consultations.
- The original Native American eight-herb formula – lessons from the source.
- An inside perspective on Rene Caisse, the real person.
- Recommended treatment protocols.
- Essiac in your own backyard.
- The future of Essiac – what can be done to develop Rene Caisse’s legacy.
Canadian nurse Rene Caisse (1888 – 1978) was known for her research and development of an indigenous herbal tea into the combination therapy she dubbed ‘Essiac’ – her surname reversed. Encouraged by eight doctors who petitioned the Minister of Health for Ontario to allow her the opportunity to prove her therapy, Essiac attracted national and international attention initially during the 1930’s, when she operated a cancer clinic in Bracebridge, her hometown in Muskoka, Ontario, and again in 1977 when Homemaker’s magazine published the article, ‘Could Essiac halt Cancer?’
Today the wealth of anecdotal evidence and access to the internet has ensured that Essiac has become a household word, with a wide variety of formulae available for sale. Always conscious of the need for excellence, Mali Klein has been researching and writing about Essiac since 1993 and has co-written four books on the subject. She is also curator of the world’s largest body of Essiac history, the Sheila Snow Fraser Essiac Archive collection.
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