Slippery Elm

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Slippery elm is known and used in traditional medicine in North America since ancient times. The bark of these trees is traditionally used by medicinal plants, because it contains mucous components that have a beneficial effect on the digestive system.

It is used to heal wounds, ulcers, burns, inflammations. Orally, it was used for stomach problems, sore throats, colds, coughs, etc. Slippery elm contains a mucilage that adheres to tissues (mouth, throat, stomach, intestine, etc.) having an anti-inflammatory and cicatrizing effect. It is beneficial in hyperacidity and heartburn, bowel disorders (ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, irritable colon, etc.).


Due to its properties, it strengthens the body, cleans it and removes toxins.

  • It improves the symptoms of chronic diarrhea
  • Helps with peptic ulcer disease
  • Assists during constipation
  • Regulates digestion
  • Eliminates impurities and toxins from the body
  • Strengthens the body
  • Supports the urinary system

Have you ever thought that the elm is not just a tree, but a source of health? If you haven't found out how yet, read on what this tree could help you with.

Internally, elm is used for sore throats, coughs, respiratory problems, diarrhea, gastritis, ulcers and other gastrointestinal problems, Digherbs says.

It is often used in Ayurvedic treatments and traditional Chinese medicine. In both cases, it is used to treat diarrhea with bleeding or other diseases of the digestive tract.

Following some studies, it has been shown that the tree can also be used in the case of intestinal inflammatory diseases and that it is beneficial for the tissues of the internal mucosa.

It also relieves the pain caused by a persistent flu or chronic indigestion.



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