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Black Root Medicine the Original Native American Essiac Formula Paperback – 2014
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Ever wonder what it must have been like to have a breast cancer diagnosis 120 years ago? Enter Black Root Medicine - The Original Native American Essiac Formula (Mali Klein, softcover, 2014, 54 pages). This companion volume to The Complete Essiac Essentials book (Sheila Snow/Mali Klein, 2010) is a pleasure to read and is full of wisdom from multiple aspects. It is the final installment in the Snow/Klein series of Essiac books and also capably stands alone as a very special book for any library. Just released September 1, 2014! Black Root Medicine takes a uniquely inclusive look at the early known history of the Native American formula that was the basis for Canadian nurse Rene Caisse's herbal remedy Essiac, first made famous in the 1920s when it was refined down to four herbs from eight herbs. Black Root Medicine is captivating with its evocative illustrations as well as the beautiful prose of Mali Klein's writing, inspired by the writing of Howard Hansen (Twilight on the Thunderbird, A Memoir of Quileute Indian Life, 2013). While the earlier Snow/Klein books have been substantially informative, this book goes beyond that into a world alive with the power of the animals and plants and the ways of nature and a respect for all of life. Mali also shares the latest research results on the properties of the original eight herbs - and offers up compelling evidence in support of a new look at this old remedy which really should be researched properly in an independent lab once and for all. Learn what the original eight herbs really were, how the formula changed when it came to the U.S. and more.
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