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Slippery Elm for cats and dogs

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The Canadian red elm bark (ULMUS RUBRA OR FULVA) is historically considered a very powerful substance able to relieve several disorders.

 Slippery Elm for cats and dogs

 

The red elm bark is an ingredient in a very famous herbal compound called “Renè Caisse Essiac formula”, if you want to know more about the subject, in the internet you can find lots of information and testimonies. Several years ago I have taken the Essiac tea, if I remember correctly I prepared it every 4 days, I still recall the big stock pot, the dark bottles and the quite laborious process: preparation time about two hours. The taste is pleasant and you can drink it fresh (I kept it in the fridge). If you decide to make this tea, you should know that over the years there have been several attempts of imitation, I enclose the original packaging of the formula.

Renè Caisse formula contains

  • Slippery Elm (Ulmus Fulva)
  • Rheum Officinale
  • Rumex Acetosella
  • Arctium lappa

Essiac International Herbal Supplement Powder, 1.5 Ounce

Essiac is an herbal formula that was used since 1922 by Canadian nurse Rene Caisse in helping poeple with serious illness. The original formula was passed on to her by an Ojibway medicine man. The active botanicals in Essiac have been used independently in naturopathic medicine for hundreds of years to help cleanse the blood and nourish individual cells, enhancing their strength and integrity. . . The herbs in this formulation have helped to restore health to thousands of people worldwide with no adverse side effects.

After this introduction, few lines on the beneficial properties of red elm, even if I do not write a lot about it, do not underestimate this herb!

IT CONTAINS

 

  • Mucilages
  • Calcium
  • Polysaccharides
  • Calcium oxalates
  • Tannins
  • Vitamins A, B, C, K.

For its high content of mucilages, it is successfully used for

  • Skin irritations
  • Dermatitises
  • Stomach ulcers
  • Irritated mucous membranes
  • Cystitis
  • IBD
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Cancer support

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Slippery Elm for cats and dogs

 

Warnings and interactions

There are no side effects at standard recommended doses, do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Slippery elm contains a type of soft fiber called mucilage. Mucilage can decrease how much medicine the body absorbs.

THE CONTENT ON THIS WEBSITE IS TO BE USED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE CONTENT IS IN NO CASE TO BE USED AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE OR ADVICE FROM VETERINARIANS, NOR IS IT INTENDED TO BE RELIED UPON BY ANY PERSON OR ENTITY FOR PURPOSES OF MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT . IN NO CASE CAN BE USED AS A PRESCRIPTION OF A TREATMENT OR REPLACE A SPECIALIST EXAMINATION OR THE DIRECT RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR VETERINARIAN/DOCTOR

 

 

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