Soothing Support for the GI Tract
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’s coating action soothes the irritated tissues of the intestines, colon, urinary tract and stomach ulcers.
Slippery Elm is also benefical in alleviaing inflammation caused by arthritis and soothing sore throats.
Slippery Elm grows widely throughout North America, and is also known by the names Red Elm, Moose Elm and Indian Elm. The plant contains mucilage, a long chain of sugars (polysaccharides) that make a slippery substance when combined with water. This mucilage is believed to soothe the digestive system. Slippery elm is also rich in nutrients and is easy to digest, making it an excellent food to replace those that may cause digestive discomfort. It can be made into a gruel for food purposes. In times of famine early American settlers used it as a survival food; it is said George Washington and his troops survived for several days on slippery elm gruel during the bitter winter at Valley Forge.
- Supports healthy digestion.
- Soothes the digestive tract.
- Helps maintain normal elimination.
- Absorbs toxins from the bowel.
Our Product Advantage
Slippery Elm bark is guaranteed to be the finest available, packaged in preservative-free capsules to ensure that you are getting optimal nutrients without unwanted substances.
Serving Size: 2 Heaping Teaspoons (7.8 g)
Servings per container: 25
Amount Per 2 Teaspoons
Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus fulva) 7800 mg* *Daily Value not established
Take 2 capsules with a meal twice daily with 8 oz. water. Bulk: Mix 1 or 2 heaping teaspoons in 8 oz. water or juice daily.
|Nutritional:||Anti-Gas Formula (AG-X), Intestinal Soothe & Build (UC3-J), Aloe Vera Gel|
|Homeopathics:||Chamomile, Roman, Lavender Fine AOC|
How Does it Work?
Slippery elm supplies mucilage to soothe the digestive and intestinal tracts. Mucilage is a long chain of sugars that form a slippery substance when combined with water. Mucilage can settle the digestive tract, absorb toxins from the bowel and help maintain regular elimination patterns.