Cherry Slippery Elm Lozenges (3 pack)

(2 customer reviews)


Sweet Relief. We cannot tell a lie: Naturally tangy and sweet, our Slippery Elm Cherry Lozenges are a delightful balm for irritated throats and hoarse voices.

3 tins/42 lozenges per tin


Ingredients: Slippery Elm Bark (150 mg) (active ingredient), natural cherry flavor in a soothing base of natural plant derived sweetener derived from corn, with vegetable stearate as a binder.
The carefully selected, naturally sourced ingredients in this product may have undergone limited processing.
Nutritional Information Per Lozenge: Calories (3.3g); Fat (0g); Sodium (0g); Protein (.046g); Carbohydrates (.46g and Maple 47g); Iron (.086g)

Sodium-Free, Preservative-Free, Gluten-Free. Lactose-Free, Menthol-Free. Not tested on animals. All vegetable matter.


Ulmus Fulva? That’s A Mouthful.

Thayers Slippery Elm Lozenges have been providing relief to singers, speakers, salespeople and other vocalizers since 1847. Made from the inner bark of the Slippery Elm tree (ulmus fulva), these dependable demulcents soothe the tissues of the mouth and throat and restore the voice without the dulling effects of menthol. Try them – you’ll soon be singing our praises.

Trusted by tenors, teachers, tour guides and other types who trill, talk and testify, Thayers Slippery Elm Lozenges speed relief to the throat and mouth. They’re also free of preservatives, gluten, lactose and sodium, making them the all-vegetable remedy of choice for vegan vocalists. Dissolve one in your mouth before you sing, talk or use your voice; take another one afterward to soothe the membranes and heal any oral abrasions.

Additional information

Weight 0.561 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 3.25 × 2.25 in

2 reviews for Cherry Slippery Elm Lozenges (3 pack)

  1. RJ

    Cherry is the best tasting, all natural made with real cherry flavor and NO artificial sweeteners. Slippery Elm has excellent anti inflammatory properties.

    Unfortunately this flavor is becoming hard to find in my area local stores.

  2. RJ

    Just noticed the main sweetener is made from corn…not good…stick with cane sugar.

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