Slippery elm is a tree also referred to as Indian Elm, Moose Elm, Olmo Americano, Orme, Orme Gras, Orme Rouge, Red Elm, Sweet Elm, Ulmus fulva, Ulmus rubra, and other names. Slippery elm has been used in natural medicine as a possibly efficient aid in treating aching throat. It is not certain whether slippery elm works in treating any clinical condition. Slippery elm must not be used in place of medicine recommended for you by your doctor. Slippery elm is frequently sold as a natural supplement. There are no managed manufacturing requirements in position for many organic substances and some marketed supplements have been found to be contaminated with other drugs or toxic steels. Slippery elm might be used for purposes not provided in this product overview. You may not be able to use slippery elm if you have certain clinical problems. It is not understood whether slippery elm will harm an expected child. It is not known whether slippery elm enters breast milk or if it might damage a nursing infant. Do not give any herbal/health supplement to a child without clinical recommendations. You may also think about speaking with a specialist who is trained in the use of herbal/health supplements. Do not use different formulations of slippery elm at the same time, unless specifically directed to do so by a healthcare professional. Call your medical professional if the problem you are treating with slippery elm does not improve, or if it becomes worse while using this item. Miss the missed dosage if it is nearly time for your next set up dose.
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