Slippery Elm (Ulmus fulva) for gastrointestinal problems

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  6. Dave Smith says:

    One unmentioned use that works great for me is it levels out my blood sugar levels
    I work at a school – sometimes a get carried away with sweet treats – then I come home like the Hulk – not pretty – I mix a tablespoon of Slippery elm with a tall glass of water – and with in a 15 minutes I’m back to normal

  7. Vijaya Lakshmi says:

    I have just come to know about this Slippery Elm and its benefits.

  8. Vijaya Lakshmi says:

    I just want to buy some for my personal use. I have been taken to OR for I&D of perianal abscess and am afraid that I may get a recurrence again.

  9. Vijaya Lakshmi says:

    so to stop that from happening, I want this bark. I am from and in India. I am not knowing where to buy this in India.

  10. Vijaya Lakshmi says:

    When I am asking the suppliers online, they r saying that they will only supply in bull and not retail.

  11. Vijaya Lakshmi says:

    Can anyone please let me know as to where can I get this slippery elm tea or tree bark or powder in India???

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