Slippery elm bark is considered as a good dietary supplement to soothe the stomach and as a feed supplement for pets.
Due to new EU legislation of the Novel Food Regulation, elm bark is only allowed as a supplementary feed for animals.
We are therefore only allowed to sell it with this corresponding declaration.
In other countries, however, such as the USA, slippery elm bark is a common dietary supplement for humans, which enjoys high popularity and is not subject to any restrictions.
To make elm tea, people in the US pour one to two teaspoons of elm bark in a pot with a cup of cold water and bring both to a boil, strain it and drink it in small sips 1 to 2 cups daily. Some people in the US use this to gargle or rinse the roof of the mouth.
Ingredients (crude protein and crude fiber content)
crude protein approx. 3%
Crude fiber approx. 48
Dietary fiber less than 2%