Slippery Elm is the inner bark of the Elm tree. It is used to relieve gastrointestinal conditions, sore throats, ulcers, respiratory irritations and coughs, also externally to soothe or soften skin conditions.
Your intestine's friend! Psyllium husk is the husk of the seed of the plantain, Plantago ovata, and is a concentrated source of dietary fibre (80% water soluble fibre), composed mostly of hemicellulose. It is not digested in the small intestine, but, partially broken down in the colon, where it acts as a food source for friendly flora.
Cacao Butter is the fat obtained from cacao beans. It is such a versatile food however; mix it with cacao powder to start creating delicious raw chocolate. There's nothing quite like the smell of chocolate to stimulate and awaken the senses!