Essiac tea with Sheep Sorrel roots included!

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The Snow/Klein Essiac books – a brief history of “The Essiac Trilogy”

The ‘old’ Essiac Trilogy! These books are a must-read for any serious student of Essiac literature.  Back in 2010 this website was called EssiacUS.com, and we were selling the last copies of  the three books that came out of the … Continue reading

Preserving Communities – Goldthread and Friends

I have been researching the meaning of ‘wild simulated’.  My idea of what that means was based on the permaculture principle that there are plant communities, or guilds, made up of plants that like to grow together, and they have … Continue reading

Growing Slippery Elm

It’s summer!!!  By definition, gardens should be planted by now, unless you are like me and have bitten off a lot this year so are behind!  We got 300 feet worth of hugelkultur beds planted with Sheep sorrel..in the meantime … Continue reading

An April afternoon at the Place of Gathering

We’ve just made our first foray of the spring out to the Place of Gathering, up at Dayton MT, one of a few different places where we’ll be growing the Essiac herbs! It hasn’t greened up a lot yet, but … Continue reading

Introducing a new cup of tea!

We’re so pleased to announce that we finally have found a source for organically grown whole herb Sheep sorrel! Historically, there has been virtually no commercial source for whole herb Sheep sorrel. Even the wildcrafted root is not for sale anywhere. The … Continue reading

When its springtime in the Rockies – Growing and wildcrafting the Essiac herbs, Part 1

April already! really??? Cool! This is the time of planting seeds, digging sheep sorrel root, and reveling in the warmth and wonderful earthy smells in the greenhouse here at Rene Caisse Tea.com! This marks our first spring for growing the … Continue reading

Ready to Brew Essiac Tea Herbs

Pre-mixed, ready to brew Essiac herbs, instructions included. From $15. Continue reading

Back to the Source – Rene Caisse’s home town Bracebridge – Part 3

“Change is a measure of time and, in the autumn, time seems speeded up.  What was is not and never again will be; what is is change.” – Edwin Way Teale As the Bracebridge tour winds down, I sense how … Continue reading

Back to the Source – Rene Caisse’s home town Bracebridge – Part 2

After visiting Rene Caisse’s statue and Bracebridge Falls, we took a stroll up the main drag, Manitoba Street, where Rene’s Father had his Barbershop.  Manitoba Street, then and now:

Back to the source – Rene Caisse’s home town Bracebridge, Part 1

The road was new to me, as roads always are going back.  ~Sarah Orne Jewett, The Country Road of Pointed Firs, 1896 What a week it has been. We’ve gone back to the source..me for the first time, but for … Continue reading