CHIPPEWA NATIVE TEA
In the mid-1920s, René Caisse was head of nursing at the Providence Sisters Hospital in a city in northern Ontario. While René was on duty bathing an old woman, she noticed that one of her breasts had a large amount of scar tissue. When Nurse René asked her, the lady explained that she had suffered from advanced breast cancer 30 years ago but that as at that time she had no money so she followed the prescription of an old healer from an Indian tribe.
He showed her certain herbs that grew in the area and told her to pick them up and make a tea and drink it every day. The story is traced back to the Chippewa Indian tribe. René Caisse perfected the old Indian recipe and I have used it to create my concentrated Chippewa Native Tea formula.
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