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Overview. Slippery elm (Ulmus fulva) has been used as an herbal remedy in
North America for centuries. Native Americans used slippery elm in healing
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Elm, Slippery. Botanical: Ulmus fulva (MICH.) Family: N.O. Urticaceae.
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Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra) is a species of elm tree that has been used as an
herbal remedy in North America for hundreds of years.
Slippery Elm. Botanical name: Ulmus rubra. demulcent, Emollient, Nutrient,
Astringent, Anti-inflammatory. Ulmus rubra | herb info from the Happy Herb
The slippery elm is a large, deciduous tree that is native to North American from
Texas to Manitoba, and from Florida to Quebec. When growing in well-drained ...