The red elm is a large indigenous tree present in all of North America's eastern side; in Québec, it is found in the southern and western parts of the province. The elm contains complex substances called oligomeric proanthocyanidins which are known for their antiseptic and antiallergic actions on the system.
The COUGH SYRUP from Land Art is made of biofilm that comes from the inner part of the red elm's bark (Ulmus Rubra), plus a dash of honey adding to its emollient properties and also lightly enhancing the taste. All the family will like it.
Soothes throat and bronchus irritation.