- Rich source of mucilage
- Lubricates the digestive system
- Helps the body recover
- May be used as a skin poultice
How it Works
Nature’s Sunshine Slippery Elm supports the digestive system. Otherwise known as red elm, moose elm, or Indian elm, slippery elm is a good source of mucilage, a polysaccharides that lubricates the digestive system and alleviates occasional digestive discomfort. Used as a survival food by early American settlers and by George Washington and his troops, it may also be applied externally as a skin poultice.
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Slippery elm bark.
For bulk, mix 1 or 2 heaping teaspoon(s) in 8 oz. of pure water or juice.