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slippery elm powder

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photogenius_uk

24 Nov 2009 @ 16:22PM


I've read in these columns that this is sometimes recommended as helping diverticula problems. I've bought some powder and I think that this claim could be helpful. I have seen that commercial Slippery Elm Food has to be boiled and as a result then becomes quite thick so I'm wondering which is the best way to take the powder -- as it is or boil it when it becomes quite glutinous. Anybody with experience out there?

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