Nature's Way
Slippery Elm Bark 370mg

Nature's Way Slippery Elm provides 1600mg per serve of Slippery Elm. Slippery Elm's inner bark is used internally for its soothing, protective demulcent effects on irritated tissues and surfaces.





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Slippery Elm Bark 370mg
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NZ$28.40 RRP NZ$36.90

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- Soothing to intestinal mucous membranes -
 
Slippery Elm bark was used both internally and externally by Native Americans and early pioneer settlers.

Nature's Way Slippery Elm provides 1600mg per serve of Slippery Elm. Slippery Elm's inner bark is used internally for its soothing, protective demulcent effects on irritated tissues and surfaces.
 
Nature's Way Slippery Elm bark is harvested from wild trees with a careful stripping process that does not hinder the tree's growth.

Usage: To help nourish and soothe mucous membrane linings in the digestive tract.
 
 
Australian Customers: please note that we've had an experience of a product being confiscated by the Australian Quarantine Inspection Service for containing Slippery Elm Bark.
 

Each Capsule Contains:

Slippery Elm inner bark 400mg

Also Contains: Gluten (capsule), cellulose, magnesium stearate

 
 
Recommended Adult Dosage:

Take 4 capsules three times daily with warm water between mealtimes.
 
 

Caution:

Slippery Elm should not be taken together with any medications as it may interfere with their absorption.

Customer Reviews

Note: Customer reviews reflect individual experiences and may not be typical. Individual results may vary.

Average Rating:

Customer: Simone   19 Jan 2014

Customer rating:

Slippery elm powder soothes my stomach better than any other supplement i've tried and it works instantly. Taste is bearable too

Customer: Dawn   24 Apr 2013

Customer rating:

Both my husband and I have found this product helpful, stools soft and no straining with constipation. We have both had a feeling of wellness and more energy since starting this about three months now.

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