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SLIPPERY ELM BARK 100 caps (400 mg)

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Slippery Elm Bark, 100 capsules, 400 mg
Ulmus fulva

In relation to the new legislation that is entered, december, 14th, 2012. This product description of this product has to be adapted

• Edgar Cayce Product

 Our powder is 100% Pure.

Slippery Elm is also know as Red Elm, Moose Elm or Indian Elm and has been a part of traditional herbal medicine for over 100 years. In fact, Slippery Elm bark is an official entry in the United States Pharmacopoeia. It contains calcium, mucilage, vitamin E, bioflavonoids and some tannins. Today, Slippery Elm is used to support healthy respiratory and digestive systems.

Suggested Use:
As a dietary supplement, take 2 capsules 1-3 time daily. Our Slippery Elm Bark may be used to make a tea or taken in capsule form. To make as a tea: Open capsule and empty contents into glass and add water. Stir and drink. May be taken in conjunction with American Saffron Tea.

Supplement Facts:
Serving Size: 2 capsules; 50 serving per container
Total Carbohydrate: 1g
Slippery Elm Bark Powder: 800mg

Other ingredients:
Magnesium Stearate (vegetable source).

Contains No Sugar, Salt, Yeast, Wheat, Gluten, Corn, Milk or Preservatives

From the Edgar Cayce Health Care Philosophy
"...elm water is an eliminate - an eliminate in a manner in which the system is prevented from creating inflammation; as the functioning of the system throws off refuses into the body, necessary for the blood supply to be recuperated so that the coagulation in tissue takes place, as is necessary to heal and eliminate." (219-1)

"It would be well to add to your drinking water either a pinch of elm or Saffron. At one time use a pinch of elm - ground elm bark. Keep this cold, or very cool. Do not let the quantity made up become stale in any manner, but let it be the drinking water at least two or three times each day. At other times during the day use the Saffron, made into the form of a tea. To a quart of water put a level teaspoonful of the Saffron. Let this steep as tea. This may be kept in a cool place and drunk as tea at one time, while the pinch of Slippery Elm would be put in the next glass of water that would be taken." (133-5 Toxemia)

Preparation of Slippery Elm Bark Tea
"Place about a quarter to one-half of a teaspoon of slippery elm bark powder in a cup of warm water. Stir and let stand about fifteen minutes before drinking. Do not let it stand beyond thirty minutes, as it may become rancid. This mixture is taken early in the morning, at least one-half hour before breakfast, if possible for the first ten days of the regimen. It is then reduced to every other day, except in severe cases, until the skin condition clears."
John O.A Pagano, Healing Psoriasis
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