Does anyone know if there is any downsides to using Dorwest Tree Bark powder over a longish period of time? Just it is a miracle cure for Gypsys belly making awful loud gurgling noises (possibly linked to pancreatic issue) but do not want to then create another issue! She has had it for a couple of days so far.
It comprises slippery elm bark 90% and white popular bark 10%.
Dorwest imply it is fine used over a long period of time (I have continued using it, only using 1 scoop she could have 2 by dosage on packet), but can not help wonder if it can affect uptake of vitamins, minerals, supplements etc. i.e should it be given at different time of day to anything specific like her joint care?
Have to admit I tend to chuck all the extras on evening meal.
scallywag: just returned to our room having been on a roasting spit all day , pheww so HOT but a lovely cold pool is a step away
Mar 1, 2018 20:48:44 GMT
caz2golden: Glad you are having a fantastic holiday scallywag. Though you are missing some fantastic snow
Mar 2, 2018 21:46:47 GMT
caz2golden: 1 Tonib 1 Scallywag
Mar 2, 2018 21:48:07 GMT
scallywag: Ok so y days left in this glorious sunshine sooooo pleased I am missing all that white stuff, only white stuff here is the surf rolling over the white beaches hope its not forecast for end of next week
Mar 3, 2018 10:30:41 GMT
lotsofcats: Do you want us to keep you some snow?
Mar 3, 2018 19:34:53 GMT
alfiemummy: Our snow is already pretty much gone!
Mar 4, 2018 0:25:45 GMT
jassycat1: What spectacular weather you are having! Watching it on TV.
Mar 4, 2018 8:07:45 GMT
scallywag: No thanks no snow required Jenny
Mar 4, 2018 18:15:12 GMT
caz2golden: Get Well Scallywag
Mar 17, 2018 10:42:59 GMT
cazypops: Hope your feeling better soon Scallywag, Hugs.
Mar 18, 2018 0:30:10 GMT
scallywag: Thank you both, on the turn now so will be back up to full speed in no time at all xx
Mar 19, 2018 7:49:44 GMT