A whole product for your dog. Made from 100% responsibly sourced organic slippery elm bark. It lubricates and creates a protective layer in the intestines providing THE FIRST defense against inflammation caused by ingesting food, grass or unwanted items that could irritate your pet's digestive system. To treat sudden causes of diarrhea, you can fast your dog, feed them a diet of easily digestible foods with the addition of probiotics and slippery elm bark to help reduce symptoms.
* Think of slippery elm as a bowel pellet, a pellet coats an irritated throat, lubricating it and making it easier to swallow food and liquids. The slippery elm does the same thing but at the levels of the intestines of your companion. Inflammation is reduced and associated symptoms diminished. * Slippery Elm contains astringent tannins that soothe and reduce inflammation, decrease irritation, and help heal internal and digestive mucosal tissues. * Slippery elm has been used for a long time in the history of traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic, western medicine and among North American First Nations. * Native herbalists have used red barley as a healing ointment for stomach ailments for centuries because of its anti-inflammatory and astringent properties. * Slippery elm bark is an herb derived from the inner part of the bark and then finely powdered. * The slippery elm, from the hardwood family, thumbs up on the East Coast of the United States * Harvested with an environmental conscience and from sustainable sources
100% organic slippery elm bark powder (ulmus rubra)
250 ml in a recyclable glass jar
TERMS OF SERVICE
When you introduce something new to your dog's diet, do it gradually.
Make a paste with water or yogurt, then add to food (kibble or freeze-dried)
Or, mix directly into foods (raw or home-cooked diets)
Suggested Use - 1/4 tsp. 1/2 tsp - once or twice daily
Store in a cool, dry place away from moisture, heat and direct light.
Do not use in pregnant female dogs.
If your dog's condition worsens or does not improve, stop and call your veterinarian.
Do not use within 48 hours of surgery / anesthesia.
The absorption of drugs taken simultaneously may be delayed.
Do not use in animals receiving other medications unless directed by a veterinarian