Slippery Elm


Slippery Elm is related to the American Elm (Ulmus americana) and is sometimes also called Red, Gras, or Moose Elm. It can reach up to sixty feet in height and is native from Quebec to Florida and extends west to the Dakotas and Texas. It is susceptible to Dutch Elm disease which has taken out many of the Elm species once very prolific. The name developed due to the mucilaginous…


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    buy now Slippery Elm Inner Bark

    333 mg/ml herb equivalency

    The inner bark of the Slippery Elm is mucilaginous and has long been used as a demulcent.* This herb provides gentle support to the intestines and promotes healthy mucosal tissue of the digestive and upper respiratory systems.*

    Herbs:  Slippery Elm

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.