Slippery Elm contains a wide variety of nutrients that include vitamins B1, B2, B3 and C, Campesterol, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, beta-sitosterol, potassium, zinc, selenium, and beta-carotene.
The mucilage properties of Slippery Elm powder acts as a protective barrier in the digestive system once it expands with its ability to sooth and coat internally. At the same time, it absorbs toxins that can lead to intestinal imbalance.
The iron contained in the Slippery Elm bark is beneficial in the red blood cells’ production. This allows for an increase in circulation, in turn, boosting oxygenation in crucial part of the body.
Story of Slippery Elm Bark
Slippery Elm Bark is a type of herb which is derived from Ulmus, an Elm family and is native to US and Canada. It’s considered to be an herbal remedy and commonly used for fevers and/or colds, also, it could be used for soothing digestive systems that’s irritated. It’s also known as moose elm, red elm, winged elm, and Indian elm. The inner bark of this plant is what’s used for medical purposes and contains mucilage, long chain of sugars, which becomes a slippery substance if mixed with water. Today, it could be used to sooth various types of digestive aggravations in the bowel such as gut or colic inflammation, diarrhea, and can even assist in relieving acid indigestion.
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Serving Size: 30 Drops (1ml) Servings per Container: 30 Each serving has 200mg Herb Weight Equivalence Ethically Wild harvested Slippery Elm Bark Herb Strength Ratio 1:5 Other Ingredients: Grain Alcohol (45%-55% by volume), Deionized Water
Suggested Use: 30 Drops in water or juice , 1-3 times daily or as needed