Henry Blooms Slippery Elm Bark Powder 125g

Henry Blooms Slippery Elm Bark Powder 125g

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Henry Blooms Slippery Elm Bark is a convenient way to settle an acidic or irritated stomach. Available in pleasant tasting powder form, it can alleviate heartburn by coating and soothing the irritated upper gastrointestinal tract and reduces the symptoms of indigestion, constipation and diarrhoea.


Vegetarian friendly.

A pleasant tasting way to settle an acidic or irritated stomach.

 Henry Blooms Slippery Elm Bark powder is a traditional ‘mucilaginous’ remedy which has a soothing effect on the digestive system and may help to soothe an irritated or unsettled stomach and gastrointestinal tract. Mucilage is a complex mixture of polysaccharides extracted as a viscous or gelatinous fibre.

 Slippery Elm is considered a bulk laxative as the mucilage absorbs water. The result of this is it swells in the intestine, helping to initiate a bowel movement. It is important to drink plenty of water, especially if using this product for this effect. Henry Blooms Slippery Elm Bark can also be used as a soothing demulcent to the digestive tract and can relieve both constipation and diarrhoea.

Each 1g contains:

 

Slippery elm (Ulmus rubra) bark powder

 

Prepared using premium powder

1 g

 

No added gluten, wheat, yeast, animal products, lactose, milk derivatives, sugar, salt, artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

Adults:

For powder: mix one 5 ml teaspoonful of Blooms Slippery Elm Bark powder into a smooth paste in half a cup of cold water. Fill the cup with hot water, stirring continuously. Honey or a sprinkling of cinnamon may be added to taste. Blooms Slippery Elm powder should be taken one to three times daily or as directed.

Caution:

  • Drink plenty of water.
  • If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.
  • If diarrhoea persists for more than 6 hours in infants under 6 months, 12 hours in children under 3 years, 24 hours in children aged 3-6 or 48 hours in adults and children over 6 years, seek medical advice.