Organic Slippery Elm Bark Powder

$23.00

Production: Ulmus rubra is a species of elm that is native to North America. The inner bark of the slippery elm tree is the part that is used in a variety of traditional medicines.

Qualities: The demulcent properties of slippery elm bark make it excellent for treatment of sore throats, coughs, and for soothing stomach and intestinal problems.

Common Use: Dried slippery elm bark can be mixed with hot water to make a tea, or it can be added to smoothies or juices. To make a tea that is soothing to the digestive tract, slippery elm is commonly mixed with licorice root. The powder can be taken in capsule form or mixed with a small amount of warm water and used topically as an emollient poultice.

Production: Moringa, also known as drumstick or horseradish tree, is a fast growing tree with light bark and open, drooping branches. In the spring, the tree produces yellowish-white, fragrant flowers. Native to India, it is now prolific all around the world. All parts - the roots, leaves, seed pods, resin, and flowers - are used as healing herbs in Ayurvedic medicine and believed to cure up to 300 ailments.

Production: Ulmus rubra is a species of elm that is native to North America. The inner bark of the slippery elm tree is the part that is used in a variety of traditional medicines.

Qualities: The demulcent properties of slippery elm bark make it excellent for treatment of sore throats, coughs, and for soothing stomach and intestinal problems.

Common Use: Dried slippery elm bark can be mixed with hot water to make a tea, or it can be added to smoothies or juices. To make a tea that is soothing to the digestive tract, slippery elm is commonly mixed with licorice root. The powder can be taken in capsule form or mixed with a small amount of warm water and used topically as an emollient poultice.

Additional information

Weight 0.113 kg
Dimensions 4 × 10 × 17 cm

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