Slippery elm, also known as red elm, moose elm, or Indian elm, is a small North American tree that has been traditionally used by herbalists for over 100 years. It was reportedly used by native North Americans and early settlers as a survival food. Its bark is known for its mucilage constituents, which can help to coat and soothe the tissues of the GI tract.
Suggested Use: Stir 1 teaspoon into 1 cup of water and simmer for several minutes. Let cool. Add honey and sip or gargle.