Slippery Elm, the Herb's Origins and Description

 

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Slippery Elm.

Also known as Indian Elm or Moose Elm the inner bark of the Ulmus Fulva tree that grows in Canada and Northern United States has been used by Native Americans for centuries as a poultice for wounds, ulcers and boils, and it is still applied today in much the same manner.

Herbalists believe that this herb has a wide variety of applications, prescribing it as a food supplement to overcome weakness or help with recovery from severe illnesses. They claim that its soothing and healing ability applies to any are that it comes into contact with so if ingested it can cure and soothe many internal problems and diseases like irritable bowel syndrome and other irritations of the mucus membranes, gastritis, enteritis and colitis. Reportedly it has also been used for heart and lung problems.

Slippery Elm is available as a powder or in capsule form.

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