Slippery elm herb extract, benefits, health, effects, plant, supplements, side effects Slippery elm

What Slippery elm herb Is:

On the inside of the rough, reddish brown bark of this native North American tree is a natural medicine with a long, successful history that even the FDA can't deny. Native Americans used slippery elm bark to heal both inside and out, making poultices to treat skin injuries of all sorts and brewing teas to assuage upset stomachs and inflamed tissues. Early settlers followed suit, adding to the list the treatment of gunshot wounds by the time of the American Revolution.

A nutritious convalescent food, the powdered inner bark of the tree is the part used medicinally. Slippery elm powder is soothing to the digestive tract and can also be used externally.

Slippery elm extract, benefits, health, effectsSlippery elm benefits

Slippery elm powder is mainly used to treat ulcers and inflammatory conditions on the digestive tract such as gastritis and esophagitis. It can also be used externally to draw and soothe boils, abscesses and burns.

 

 
 
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