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jeudi 29 octobre 2015

UGO IBS AND SLIPPERY ELM, ORME ROUGE

VOUS VOUS SOUVENEZ PEUT ÊTRE DE MON PÉKINOIS ET DE SON PROBLÈME DE COLON IRRITABLE QUI DURE DEPUIS QU' UN VETO LUI A  PRESCRIT DU METACAM POUR TRAITER SON ARTHROSE DE  LA HANCHE.
 DEPUIS C' EST UN COMBAT QUOTIDIEN POUR TENTER DE RÉTABLIR UN TRANSIT NORMAL. NOUS N' AVONS PLUS DE VIE SOCIALE, ET LE DÉCOURAGEMENT EST IMMENSE CERTAINS JOURS
 DEPUIS 3 JOURS J' AI AJOUTE DU SLIPPERY ELM (ORME ROUGE) A SON QUOTIDIEN
 CHOSE SURPRENANTE IL ADORE!!!
 L' ORME ROUGE A DES VERTUES NOMBREUSES ET VOICI LE  GUIDE INDISPENSABLE ICI POUR L' UTILISER:


   **Slippery Soup / Slippery Elm Tea.  I use this herb more than any other in my practice!  It provides superb relief, and has kept many patients from hospitalization.  It is a soothing nutritive herb which is perfectly suited for sensitive or inflamed mucous membrane lining of the digestive system.  The bark contains mucilage and tannins that act as demulcent, emollient, protectorant, and astringent.  You might think of it as a soothing internal bandage coating the digestive tract for its entire length.  Imagine the relief for your pet to have a jelly-like coating soothing in an eosophagus (food pipe) burned by acrid vomitus, or in an ulcerated colon.  This herb makes a huge difference.  It is easy to make and has a very bland taste which makes it easy to add to tasty things.
ü      Slippery Soup Preparation and Administration:  You can find the herb in a dry powder form in capsules, as dried leaf in tea bags, or as loose dried leaf in the “bulk” products section of many health food stores.  Any of these forms will do.  Do not use the tincture (which already comes as a liquid in a dropper bottle).  It may help in a few cases but it will not have all the healing physical properties of the brewed tea.  The same goes for mixing the dried herb directly into the food.  It will not give all the benefits of the brewed tea.
1.      Simple Tea Method.  You’ll prepare this medication just like a tea you might drink yourself.  First, put a heaping teaspoon of dried herb in a coffee mug, and add 8-12 oz of boiling water or diluted broth.  Allow to cool.  If using capsules, open them up, discarding the shells, and note that it may take a bit less to get good results.
2.      Long-Brew Method.  To get more out of your supply or to create a thicker medicine use the same amounts of herb and water listed above and simmer for 10-20 minutes.
3.      The resultant liquid, once cooled, should be somewhat thicker than water.  If it is as thin as water double the dry herb amount next time, or try the long-brew method.  If it is thick like jelly, that’s fine.  You can use half of the dosages listed below.  This makes it much easier to spoon feed reluctant patients!  Do not worry about any loose herb in the liquid.  It does not have to be filtered out.  This infusion or decoction will keep for about 5 days in the fridge.
4.      Add the liquid to the food at mealtimes, or add to the water bowl, or give as a treat.  The goal is 4 doses per day, but even once daily will provide some relief.  I hate to force feed anything.  But this is one treatment that is probably worth it if you must.  If force feeding is your only choice use the stove top brewing method and aim for a thicker, jellylike consistency so you can administer less physical amount for the same beneficial effect.
5.      Palatability Tricks.  To give Slippery Soup™ as a treat (my preferred way!) you can do several things.  You can mix the liquid 50/50 with broth, soup, a favorite canned food, milk or nut milk (eg - unsweetened almond milk), tuna juice, or baby food.  It may not smell great to you, but these soups are highly appreciated by pets!  You can also add it to yogurt or cottage cheese if dairy is not an issue.
6.      Dose size (goal is 4 doses per day):
Cats and Dogs under 25 lbs                  1-2 Tablespoons
Dogs 25-50 lbs                                    2-4 Tablespoons
Dogs 50 lbs and up                               ¼ to ½ cup
ü      Epilogue I.  Slippery Elm is a very safe herb.  It can literally be a life saver by preventing dehydration from continued vomiting or diarrhea. It is virtually impossible to overdose, and it can be used for extended periods of time.  However, if you find your pet needs this treatment for several weeks and the symptoms still reappear when you attempt to wean off or discontinue, this is a sign of significant chronic disease and you should seek professional veterinary care.
ü      Epilogue II.  I am a Natural Health Coach for people as well.  These first aid guidelines are solid recommendations for humans as well.  This includes the Slippery Elm information.  You can count human adults as “Dogs 50 lbs and up” : ) for dosing.
Good Luck!  Good Healing!



EN FRANCAIS ET POUR HUMAINS AUSSI :

Propriétés médicinales
Nutritif
On peut donner l’orme rouge à toute personne ayant besoin d’une substance facilement digeste et nutritive, tels les convalescents ou les jeunes bébés, sitôt qu’ils sont en âge de manger quelque chose. Il est riche en vitamines A, B et C, en minéraux et oligo-éléments de toutes sortes (Ca, K, Na, Mg, Co, Cr, Fe, Mn, P, Se, Si, Zn), ainsi qu’en sucres et en fibres, surtout en mucilages. Il contient également un peu de tanins, ce qui lui confère une légère astringence.
Émollient et Anti-inflammatoire
Son contenu élevé en fibres hydrosolubles, aussi appelées mucilages, fait de l’orme rouge un émollient hors pair. Les mucilages tapissent le conduit digestif, hydratant et protégeant la muqueuse, tout en apaisant les inflammations et les irritations. Au contact de la bouche, il stimule la sécrétion de mucus dans l’estomac.