31 Dec 2010
It does appear that Slippery Elm can be used for gastritis.
When slippery elm preparations are taken internally, they cause reflex stimulation of nerve endings in the GI tract, leading to mucus secretion. This may be the reason they are effective for protection against stomach ulcers, colitis, diverticulitis, gut inflammation, and acidity. Slippery elm also is useful for diarrhea, constipation, hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome, and to expel tapeworms. It also has been used to treat cystitis and urinary inflammations.
- Slippery Elm Information for Consumers
- Slippery Elm Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
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