The Ojibway Indian tribe used the original herbal formula for hundreds of years.
CESSIAC® is now made in Canada under a GMP standard (medicine manufacturing) environment according to the specifications set by the Chinese Ministry of Health after three years of extensive scientific tests and studies conducted in China. It is safe, effective, and of highest potency and quality.
Do not compare CESSIAC® with other herbal mixtures which do not have the scientific testing to back them up nor any standard procedures to test the consistency of their finished products. Do not confuse this Chinese improved formula with other unproven versions.
To enjoy better results, use together with YUCCALIVE®. All tests conducted in China made use of both herbal formulas. The herb ratios and the preparation methods make a lot of difference to the
It is not just the ingredients that count. The right herb ratio, the production procedures, and the quality control all contribute to the effectiveness of the product. See Clinical Studies for more details.
SHEEP SORREL (Rumex acetosella)
Sheep Sorrel is highly praised as a vermifuge. Intestinal worms have no resistance to the properties of this herb. A good remedy for stomach hemorrhage and profuse menstruation. Also extremely effective for kidney, bladder and liver problems such as gravel, stones and jaundice.
Vitamins: A, B complex, C, D, E, K, P and vitamin U
Minerals: calcium, iron, magnesium, silicon, sodium, sulfur, and trace amounts of copper, iodine, manganese and zinc.
Chlorophyll, the green pigment in the leaves and stems of sheep sorrel is concentrated sun power. It closely resembles the hemoglobin, the red pigment in human blood, but has as its center a magnesium atom whereas hemoglobin is constructed around the iron atom. Both carry oxygen through the bloodstream. It may:
In the medicinal test conducted in China, Sheep Sorrel demonstrated clear tumor inhibition effect.
BURDOCK ROOT (Arctium lappa)
Burdock root is one of the best alliterative and depurative (blood purifying) agents in nature. It cleanses and eliminates impurities from the blood very rapidly. It beneficially influences the skin, soothes the kidneys and relieves congestions of the lymphatics. It increases the flow of urine and is useful as an agent for removing excess fatty (adipose tissue) and therefore is excellent in weight loss. It is wonderful for relieving all kinds of skin troubles, such as rashes, pimples, boils, carbuncles, scurvy, eczema, psoriasis itch, scrofula, syphilis, leprosy, cancer, wounds, eruptions, and cancer sores. It is beneficial in kidney and bladder disorders, fevers, and colds. Its excellent for gout and rheumatism, and is extremely good for advanced cases of arthritis in that it reduces swelling and deposits within the joints and knuckles. It helps break down calcification in the body.
Vitamins: A, E, B1, C, K.
Minerals: Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Silicon, Calcium, Selenium, Manganese, Sulfur, Iodine and Copper
SLIPPERY ELM (Ulmus fulva)
Slippery Elm possesses an abundant mucilage which will soothe, disperse inflammation, draw out impurities, heal rapidly, and greatly strengthen. It is healing to all parts of the body internally or externally. It is especially soothing and healing to the mucous membranes of the lungs and gastrointestinal tract. It is one of nature’s finest demulcents. It has a stronger ability to remove mucus than the other herbs. It is especially efficient in absorbing noxious gases and neutralizing any acidity in the stomach. Because of its mucilaginous nature, it insures easy passage during the process of assimilation and elimination, and is very useful in problems of the urinary tract and bowels. It is good for diarrhea, worms, as a sex stimulant, a poultice, and stops irritation of the colon and small intestines. It is also good for digestion and in cases of dysentery and other digestive upsets. Its action is so gentle that it can be retained by delicate stomachs when other substances will be rejected. It possesses as much nutrition as oatmeal and is an excellent sustaining food. This was an important botanical medicine and food for both the American Indians and pioneers.
Slippery Elm is considered one of the most valuable remedies in herbal practice, having wonderful strengthening and healing qualities. Used extensively for inflammation of the lungs, bowels stomach, heart disease of the female organs, kidney and bladder. Slippery Elm will soothe an ulcerated or a cancerous stomach when nothing else will.
Vitamins: A, B complex, C, K, E, K and P
Minerals: Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium with a moderate quantity of chromium, selenium, and trace amounts of iron, phosphorus, silicon and zinc.
TURKISH RHUBARB ROOT (Rheum pamatum)
Rhubarb root has been in use from 2700 B.C. in China and Tibet. The Hopi Indians used it to treat colds. It will stimulate, cleanse and tone the vital alimentary canal and intestinal tract. It is a valuable stomach tonic, increasing saliva and the flow of gastric juice, improving the appetite, promoting the action of the liver and flow of bile without catharsis, facilitating systemal vascularity and absorption. As a cathartic agent, it increases the circulation of the glands appended to the intestinal canal and increases peristalsis by stimulating the muscular layer of the bowel. It is highly esteemed (because of the milk-like quality of its action) as a laxative tonic for children and infants; it acts chiefly on the duodenum, generally does not clog or produce an after-constipation as so many of the active cathartics do. The tonic and astringent action following catharsis make rhubarb a valuable healing remedy for diarrhea due to irritating substance, the astringent or contracting properties check the diarrhea, and it tones the tissue and corrects the accompanying atonic ingestion. Its gentle action makes it desirable for persons bothered by hemorrhoids. The urine of a person taking rhubarb will often become quite red, which is the alkaline urine acting upon the yellow matter of the root.
Vitamins: A, many of the B complex, C, P.
Minerals: Calcium, copper, iodine, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, silicon and sodium.