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Witchy Pooh's Slippery Elm Bark For Ritual to Stop Rumor Spreading

Witchy Pooh's Slippery Elm Bark For Ritual to Stop Rumor Spreading

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Is someone running your name threw the dirt? Got a ex turning everyone on you? Or a coworker spreading rumors and destroying your reputation? Slippery Elm Bark can be used in ritual to help make all those negative lies disappear. There tongues shawl no longer hurt you.

Slippery Elm is often used in magic for the purposes of protecting oneself from gossip, slander, libel, or lies told by jealous persons. It may also be useful in aiding children learning to speak, helping them become persuasive speakers later in life.

The elm tree (genus Ulmus ) is prominent in Teutonic mythology, where it was said to have been given a soul by the god Odin, senses by Hoenir, and blood and warmth by Lodur, becoming Embla, the first woman. In Finno-Ugric mythology the elms were believed to be the mothers of the fire goddess Ut.

What does the elm tree symbolize spiritually?
Elm acknowledges that life's difficulties can create the illusion that we are isolated, alone and misunderstood. This can leave us feeling powerless and therefore trapped. The elm spirit is here to gently encourage us to rethink our situation from a different perspective.

What is the elm in Celtic mythology?

He then paused to play her a love song, at which spot the first elm grove was said to have sprung up. In Celtic mythology, too, elm trees were associated with the Underworld. They had a special affinity with elves who guarded the burial mounds, their dead and the associated passage into the Underworld.

Native Americans used slippery elm for many purposes, including:
Cordage: The Menomini used the bark to make fiber bags and storage baskets. The Dakota, Omaha-Ponca, Winnebago, and Pawnee used the bark to make ropes and cords.
Medicine: Native Americans used slippery elm to make salves for wounds, boils, ulcers, burns, and skin inflammation. They also used it orally to relieve coughs, sore throats, diarrhea, and stomach problems.
Birth: The inner bark decoction supported birthing mothers.
Laxative: The inner bark infusion soothed diarrhea and was used as a laxative. 
What was slippery elm used for in the 1800s?

Early nineteenth century physicians made a broth from the bark as a food for sick infants and invalids when other food could not be retained in the stomach. In colonial America, the powdered, mucilaginous bark was also used as a pudding base.
Slippery elm contains chemicals that can increase mucous secretion, which might be helpful for stomach and intestinal problems.

Slippery Elm is named after its slick, mucilaginous inner bark, which was chewed by the Native Americans and pioneers to quench thirst when water was not readily available. Also known as Red Elm (in reference to its reddish brown heartwood), this tree may reach 60 feet tall by 50 feet wide, when found in the open.

Slippery Elm Bark: A Natural Remedy for Sore Throat, Cough, Digestive Problems, and More

Slippery elm bark is a natural remedy that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments, including sore throat, cough, digestive problems, and skin conditions. It contains a mucilage, which is a substance that forms a slippery gel when mixed with water. This gel can help to soothe and protect the lining of the digestive tract and respiratory system.

Try slippery elm bark today and experience the difference it can make in your health!

Slippery elm bark can be consumed in a variety of ways, including tea, ice and salves. Slippery elm tea can be made by steeping 1-2 teaspoons of dried slippery elm bark in hot water for 5-10 minutes. Slippery elm lozenges can be sucked slowly to soothe a sore throat.


  • Slippery Elm Bark


  •  Shredded bark

Item Form:

  • Dried

    Caffeine Content:

    • Caffeine free

    Scientific name: 

    • Ulmus rubra

    Other popular names:

    • Red elm bark
    • Moose elm bark
    • Indian elm bark
    • Gray elm bark
    • Soft elm bark
    • Ulmus rubra
    • Indian tea tree bark
    • Elm lozenges
    • Slippery elm powder
    • Slippery elm tea
    • Slippery elm elixir


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