Show your digestive tract some love. The dried, ground inner bark of the Slippery Elm Tree is revered for the relief it offers from bloating, constipation, diarrhoea and more. Made without fillers, anti-caking agents, preservatives or other nasties.
Promotes healthy digestion and gut health (fibre)
Can help reduce appetite and cravings (protein)
Helps to increase stool size, relieving constipation and promoting regularity
Considered a prebiotic (non-digestible compound) that boosts and nourishes intestinal bacteria
What goes in.
Made from the dried ground inner bark of the Slippery Elm Tree (Ulmus rubra.) (100%)
May be present: gluten, sesame, soy and tree nuts.
What's kept out.
GMO's, fillers, anti-caking agents, colours, flavours and preservatives.
Did you know?
Did you know pesticides, fungicides and synthetic fertilisers are often used on commercial seed farms? If you’ve ever added chia seeds to a glass of water, you’ll know how much they absorb and retain liquid. These chemicals soak into the seed and can’t be washed off before they reach your morning muesli, so it’s always best to go organic.
Sourced from USA.
Made into a gruel, stirred into a glass of water or made into a soothing tea.
Make slippery elm tea by preparing an infusion of 2 tbsp (30 mL) of slippery elm powder in 2 cups (500ml) of boiling water and allow it to steep for three to five minutes.
Honest to Goodness
From the sesame seeds they sell to the very soul of their organisation, Honest to Goodness keep it, well, honest. Their philosophy? To make healthy food and affordable ingredients for everyone. Established in 2002, Honest to Goodness is underpinned by the strongest of company values, like ‘contribute not exploit’, which places ethical contribution and responsibility at the forefront. They also support organisations and causes whose values align with their own, which includes their ‘goodness giving program.’ Wholefoods that are ethical, environmental and don’t cost the earth? Sounds like our perfect partner.