Essiac tea is one of the most potent detoxification combos ever discovered, hence the reason for multiple symptoms when dosages are too high or concentrated. I know this to be a fact as I have experimented.
Now let me start off by giving you facts: just as we do not gain weight overnight, so too we do not become ill (not speaking of the occasional colds and sniffs) overnight. It is a process that spans over years and it would only be logic to give your body some time to re-adjust and reach a stage of homeostasis.
The rules are simple:
Stay calm. (Our emotions go into overdrive when we are confronted with debilitating illness)
Aggravated hypertension, heart attack, cerebrovascular disorder (disease of the blood vessels to the brain), difficulty in speaking, coma, eczema, dermatitis, pustular rash, skin discoloration, abnormal body hair growth, protruding eyeballs, development of male breast tissue, dark or bloody stool, inflammation of the tongue, hiccups, fecal incontinence, inflammation of the rectum, tongue ulcers, canker sores, sensitivity to sound, labyrinthine disorder (including balance disorders, tinnitus, vertigo, and hearing loss), anemia, eye hemorrhage, hypoglycemia, withdrawal syndrome, illusion, female breast pain, increased breast size, dry eyes, oversensitivity to light, double vision, excessive tear production.
Their effect on muscle fibers and the tendency to cause fatigue brings up the topic of exercise and whether statins make it more difficult to execute a work-out routine. There are anecdotes about patients who think statins harm their athletic performance, but formal establishment of an effect is not so clear . A recently published study showed that rats given statins were not able to run as far as rats without the drug. Analysis of the muscle showed animals on the medicine had less glycogen and there was evidence of mitochondrial damage. Mitochondria are the parts of the cells that burn fuel for energy. If statin use makes exercise more difficult and less fun, it could inadvertently lead patients to become more sedentary, which is the opposite of what is desired. Increasing concerns about muscle-related adverse events are leading to the idea that lower doses of statins should be prescribed than current practice.