explains: "Rene didn't help when she was alive because she used to give them samples of the formula which clearly weren't correct.
was introduced to the essiac herbs after her
husband Greg fell ill with a brain tumour.While serving in Vietnam he
survived being shot in the head and recovered to become a Buddhist monk."One of the nuns brought him the Sheep sorrel herb from California and he
started on that.He
had three weeks to live at the time but he
did really well.He
was reading again and he
was feeling a lot better.He
lived double the prognosis time and he
died very well in a friends house in the South of France with no pain, no morphine, no hospital.He
was only properly bed-ridden for the last 24 hours".Mali
wrote a book about her
life with Greg called 'A Future Beyond the Sun'.The book is intended to be the ambassador for the Clouds Trust
is a secular charity based in Hampshire, England that continues to investigate the efficacy and costs of complementary medicine, particularly in relation to cancer.Mali Klein is the founder of Clouds Trust and co-author of Essiac Essentials and The Secrets of Rene Caisse's Herbal Pharmacy with Sheila Snow.
and Sheila have unique access to archives of information and have interviewed many reliable sources.
It's classified as a pernicious weed and it's not expensive to produce," says Mali
They use it topically, as a mouthwash, enema and douche and they get some pretty amazing results with a Sheep Sorrel decoction, alongside the four herbs," says Mali