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Barlow Herbal

  • $3600


60 ml  



About This Product:

  • Promotes cell repair
  • Aids in effective assimilation and evacuation.
  • Purifies blood
  • Helping people with serious illness
  • Regulates cholesteral levels.


Essiac-20 is composed four herbs: Burdock Root, Slippery Elm, Sheep's Sorrell, and Turkey Rhubarb. For years, cancer patients and people suffering from other degenerative diseases have taken Essiac-20 for their well being. Dr. Max Barlow originally brewed Essiac-20 laboriously into a tea, then perfected the formula into a fluid extract that retains all the health benefits of the original tea. It has an indefinite shelf life.

All four herbs normalize body systems by purifying the blood, promoting cell repair, and aiding effective assimilation and elimination. When combined, their separate beneficial effects are synergistically enhanced.

Burdock Root  Burdock is the main herb in the Essiac formula and is actually a member of the daisy family. It is native to Europe but grows almost anywhere. Herbalists use burdock primarily for uterine complaints and as a poultice to reduce swelling. Burdock has antifungal and antibacterial actions and is such a good blood purifier that it can even be used with venomous bites. It is so powerful that it prevents cellular mutation in the absence of as well as presence of metabolic activation. Slippery Elm  Slippery Elm must be one of the most nourishing and protective herbs nature has to offer. It is highly mucilaginous and soothing and is the primary ingredient in many Native American poultices, including the one used by Dr. Eli G. Jones, one of history’s greatest cancer specialists. Sheep’s Sorrell  Though Sheep’s Sorrell can be found in most temperament zones, its medicinal uses were first learned from Native Americans. Like burdock, it is a diuretic and detoxifier. It has gentle laxative properties useful for detoxification of the gastrointestinal tract. Turkey Rhubarb - Rhubarb is an astringent herb with a major purging effect. It has a long history in China and many other parts of the world as a laxative and effective treatment for many gastrointestinal problems. One of its primary constituents, rhein, safely reduces infections in the eliminatory system that contribute to inflammation.

Directions and Use:

The standard dosage is 10-15 drops in spring water or unsweetened juice 3 times per day.

Keep out of reach children. If pregnant, consult your health care professional.


Burdock root, Slippery Elm, Sheep's Sorrell, Turkey Rhubarb, Blood root, Water Cress and orcanic cane alcohol.

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