Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra) is native specific portions of North America. It grows in Eastern Canada, and Eastern and Central United States.
Slippery Elm has been employed in traditional herbal medicine for over 100 years. The dried inner portion of the Slippery Elm Bark has been used both by Native Americans and early settlers. Slippery Elm is a nutritious food that was made into a type of pudding for those who had weak stomachs. In times of FAMINE, early American settlers used Slippery Elm as a SURVIVAL food and it is said George Washington and his troops SURVIVED for several days on Slippery Elm Gruel during the bitter winter at Valley Forge!
Slippery Elm contains Bioflavonoids, Calcium, Mucliage, Starch, Tannins and Vitamin E. Containing HIGH amounts of Mucilage and a long chain of sugars called Polysaccharides, Slippery Elm eases digestion and works with the body to draw out impurities and toxins assisting with the healing of ALL body parts.
Slippery Elm is SOOTHING to irritated tissues and has been used in Poultices for its ability to enourage healing in wounds.
Slippery Elm's coating action SOOTHES the irritated tissues of the Intestines, Colon, Urinary Tract and Stomach Ulcers.
Slippery Elm is also benefical in alleviating inflammation caused by Arthritis and soothing Sore Throats.
Slippery Elm nourishes the Adrenal Glands, Gastrointestinal Tract, and Respiratory System. It helps the body expel EXCESS Mucus. Other conditions Slippery Elm is used for include: Abscess, Broken Bones, Burns and Scalds, Cholera, Colitis, Constipation, Debility, Diaper Rash, Diarrhea, Diverticulitis, Dysentery, Hemorrhoids, Hiatal Hernia, Indigestion, Labor Pain, Leprosy, Sore Throat, and Sores.

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