Archive for April 15th, 2010


Slippery Elm Bark Powder – Herbs as daily parrot food

posted by Gudrun @ 12:34 PM
April 15, 2010

 

parrot food

Slippery Elm is also known as Indian or red elm. It is one of the thirty-four species of Elm tree, growing in the Central and Northern States of the USA. Native American’s used it for a healing salve, in their baby food and as common remedy for digestive disorders, made a beverage which was soothing to an inflamed alimentary canal and also very nutritious.

The Slippery Elam Bark Powder contains an abundance of tannins and mucilage, both astringent and anti-inflammatory. It is soothing and healing to everything it comes in contact with. All areas that it reaches are rejuvenated, coated, and protected from irritations such as inflammations and infections. When all other foods fail, Slippery Elm is tolerated by the stomach and can reestablish harmony in inflamed intestines within hours to a day.

I have used it successfully with crop infections and some other issues. But because it is so nutritious, I add it several times a week to the fresh parrot food.

This information is from my book ‘What Happened to my Peanuts”. It contains much more information about the health benefits of Herbs and vegetable.


add comment | Comments (0)...