Slippery elm bark is good for the digestive
It neutralises acidity, protects, and coats mucous membranes
along the GI tract.
elm buffers damaged, inflamed, and irritated wall linings of
the stomach and intestinal tract.
Slippery elm bark has a lot of life sustaining nutrients.
It is indicated for the following symptoms: indigestion, nausea,
cramps, ulcers, colitis, gastritis, GI hyperacidity, digestive
problems, kidney problems, diarrhoea, constipation, wasting
diseases, and cancer.
Slippery elm also works as an expectorant.
It increases bronchial secretion, which loosens up mucous along
This decreases the viscosity of the phlegm and aids the body
in removing it.
Slippery elm is recommended for the following lung conditions:
asthma, bronchitis, sore throats, coughs, hoarseness and tonsillitis.
Because slippery elm softens, soothes, neutralizes, and removes
inflammation from skin, it can be used externally as well.
It works great for nappy rash, burns, eczema, haemorrhoids,
boils, sores, and wounds.
Just mix slippery elm in some water to make a thick paste and
apply it directly on the affected area.