How to use Slippery elm in a sentence

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  • Now that you have the answer to the question what is slippery elm used for, it is time to purchase your own supply.

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  • Whenever there are symptoms of gastro intestinal distress, I think first of slippery elm.

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  • Bland foods, like crackers, slippery elm food and soda water are easier on queasy stomachs.

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  • It contains elecampane root to open up the lungs, and slippery elm to coat that scratchy throat.

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  • This tea features the calming ingredients of the company's popular Sleepytime tea (spearmint and soothing Egyptian chamomile), plus licorice root, lemongrass, ginger and slippery elm bark to help coat the throat.

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  • Unlike many other herbal remedies, slippery elm bark has no side effects and can be used by people of all ages, including children.

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  • Slippery elm herbal products come from wild slippery elm trees, which are native to North America.

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  • The outer bark of the slippery elm tree is very rough, but the inner bark is softer and has all the medicinal powers.

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  • Today, slippery elm trees are less prevalent because many in their natural environment were victims of Dutch elm disease.

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  • As a tea, you can put two to three tablespoons of Slippery Elm bark powder into 16 ounces of cold water.

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  • In addition to making tea, slippery elm powder can be mixed into juice, applesauce or oatmeal.

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  • The slippery elm inner bark is dried and ground to a powder that can then be used in tablets, herbal teas, or poultices.

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  • If you have ever wondered what is slippery elm used for, you may be surprised to know that this herb has been used for hundreds of years by Native Americans.

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  • Whether you are new to slippery elm or have been using it for years, the many medicinal benefits should keep this herb on your must have list.

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  • Coughs and sore throats are the most common ailments slippery elm is used to treat.

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  • Lozenges containing slippery elm help coat the throat due to the ingredient mucilage and the effects typically last for an hour or more.

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  • The pain associated with urinary tract infections can also be reduced by taking slippery elm.

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  • Often the proteins in the urine exacerbate the urinary tract symptoms and the tannins found in slippery elm help filter the proteins out of the system quicker.

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  • Diarrhea and nausea can also be treated with slippery elm.

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  • Teas made with slippery elm powders are can soothe upset stomachs and ease nausea.

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  • Many diarrhea sufferers also become dehydrated and slippery elm tea is often well tolerated when other liquids are not.

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  • Skin problems such as boils, burns, or ulcers may benefit from a slippery elm poultice or tinctures when used several times per day.

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  • Tea is made by pouring two tablespoons of powdered slippery elm into two cups of boiling water for five minutes and drinking the tea three times per day.

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  • Online retailers carry several brand names of slippery elm and may offer a better cost per order.

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  • Generally, the tea includes burdock root, slippery elm bark, sheep sorrel leaves, and Indian rhubarb root.

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  • Slippery Elm Bark - Slippery elm bark has been used medicinally primarily for its mucilage properties.

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  • Herbalists recommend taking osha root (Ligusticum porteri) internally for infection or drinking ginger (Zingiber officinale) or slippery elm (Ulmus fulva) tea for pain.

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