Slippery Elm powder

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If you have developed bed sores and want fast relief, a soothing paste made of comfrey leaves and elm might be your best option. Slippery Elm powder can be mixed in water and then made into a paste for topical application to the affected areas. Both of these herbal remedies have strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, helping to reduce the discomfort and pain of bed sores, while also speeding the healing process and preventing any secondary infections from forming around the wounds. Slippery elm (bark, unpowdered) is banned/restricted by government of UK so consult your local health specialist before use. Protection Status
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