Essiac tea with Sheep Sorrel roots included!

Essiac Tea Time in Polson Montana!

Mali Klein, author of the best books in existence on Essiac and Rene Caisse, is coming to Polson Montana in June 2018! This trip will be a short one but we plan to cram a lot in 🙂 We'll be shooting lots of video to share with you on Vimeo (The Essiac Cafe) and YouTube.

For Blue Moon Herbs, 2018 is the Year to Get Active Locally.  We have spent the last two years digging Sheep sorrel roots but this year is not desperate in that department, and we are officially returning to our main focus - providing the info and inspiration for folks everywhere to do what we're doing - making Essiac like Rene Caisse did, using the roots as well as the arial parts of the Sheep sorrel plant, and providing it for friends and family, community and region. Selling Essiac on the internet has been an amazing experience, but local is really where Essiac's heart lies. Locally produced Essiac. Local Essiac caregivers. Small farms. Micro-businesses. Folks feeling good all over again :). Local economies too!

There is much good to come from people sharing information and finding answers together. In anticipation of Mali's visit we are having a little tea party! We're looking for a small group of local residents who would like to explore the beneficial effects of Essiac in the coming weeks before Mali's visit. Come on down if you are in the area on April 24, 2018! That is, 103B 3rd. Avenue East (Mrs. Wonderful's Marmalade Cafe), Polson, Montana, USA.

If you can't make it, stay tuned! If you are interested in being part of the group for the anecdotal study, but you don't live near Polson, MT  contact us. The Essiac Spring Tea Drinkers Guild Study Group is a state of mind and an idea ready for the times 🙂 Read up on Essiac and its history and practical uses in Mali's new book - The Essiac Essentials Handbook - available exclusively through Blue Moon Herbs in June 2018 in softcover version, English. It is currently available online via Amazon in English, French and German and is well worth the read for anyone who wants to know the true story from the women who knew it. The rest of the Klein/Snow books still in print and a handful of other good reads including Rene Caisse's own I Was Canada's Cancer Nurse,  are available from our online store. A no-cost option is to visit the online Rene Caisse Room and watch hours worth of videos and read the Homemaker's Magazine article that put Essiac back in prominence in 1977, where it has remained ever since.  Enjoy your Essiac!

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  1. Hi! I actually met Mali briefly through our mutual close friend Mike Napolitano. Mike died in February. I had been living with him for seven months previous to that. I did get to experience Essiac from Blue Moon when I was living with Mike. I have close friends in Iowa and was planning a visit. Would it be possible to come for a tour should I come? Thanks, Nancy Grogan

    • Oh my gosh, Nancy! I am finally working on the website and see you had posted this back in July...! Although I am a little late in replying, YES YES YES I would love to meet you and can take care of a place for you to stay and will feed you too :)) I am really hoping to make it back to Bracebridge again next summer, but it will be so quiet without Mike. I feel blessed to have known him the little bit I had the pleasure to! He has been an inspiration to keep on going!! Till you absolutely can't anymore and then one more letter to the editor first ;). My apologies again for not answering sooner...do you live in Gravenhurst still? Warm regards, Debbie Jakovac

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