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THOMPSONS SLIPPERY ELM 60 TABS

High strength slippery elm
Soothes the lining of the stomach and counters acidity
$28.99 NZD $18.80 NZD
THOMPSONS SLIPPERY ELM 60 TABS
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*Helps to maintain healthy digestive function
*Helps to counter acidity in the digestive tract
*Assists to soothe irritation in the throat, stomach and bowel
*Helps to soothe the lining of the digestive tract
*Aids to relieve the symptoms of digestive upset
*Aids in maintaining or improving general wellbeing

Suitable For:
*Individuals prone to or experiencing symptoms of acidity
*Individuals who suffer from or prone to experiencing bowel irritation or gastrointestinal disturbances

Adults - Take one tablet 5 minutes before a meal, twice daily, or as professionally advised

Ulmus rubra (slippery elm) inner bark powder 800 mg

Free From
Corn, egg, gluten, nuts, shellfish, soy, wheat, added yeast, artificial colouring, flavouring and preservatives. Vegetarian friendly

*Contains lactose
*Keep out of reach of children
*Use only as directed and always read the label
*If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional

The Thompson’s brand was established by the respected English herbalist M. Barrington Thompson, who opened New Zealand’s first health shop in 1951. Today, Thompson’s is a market leader in natural healthcare in New Zealand, enjoying positive growth in Australia and exporting products around the world. In New Zealand, Thompson’s is distributed through both health food stores and pharmacies.

Thompson’s is dedicated to efficacious natural healthcare based on credible science. This commitment is reflected through our use of the highest quality raw materials and our unique product formulations. Thompson’s are continually seeking solutions that will drive better health outcomes and deliver a range of healthcare benefits to support a healthy lifestyle.

Thompson’s - the natural advantage.

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