ULMUS FULVA

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Slippery elm, moose, elm, red elm, rock elm, sweet elm, winged elm, etc.
The American native healers used the bark and as a food called Oohooska,
meaning “To Slip” and used as tradition burned to stop gossip.
The inner bark of the slippery elm is the used for healing.
Induces sleep, good for cardiovascular ailments, gastrointestinal
conditions, neutralizes stomach acid, cystitis, soothes all mucous
membranes. Good also for Crohn’s disease, dysphagia, tingling of limbs,
and other maladies. Use when the rectus membrane is dry, and locally
to calm the pain and inflammation.
Vascular deafness very old with tubaric obstruction. (cooper)

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