To me slippery elm is a paradox. I think the directions say not to take it within two hours of any meds. To me this means that slippery elm only works for two hours. The way it works is to coat your insides, which causes the malabsorption. In my opinion the only way you can get good benefit out of it is to take it every two hours and have your insides coated 24/7 but then you can't take any other meds. If you go by the directions then it is my opinion that you aren't getting enough benefit out of it because your insides are not constantly coated. I used to take mine at bedtime so that it worked all night and that was a time where I wasn't taking any meds. Slippery elm didn't do anything for me.
Asacol 400mgs 2 pillsX3; VSL#3 112.5mgs 1 pillX3; Vitamin D3 5000 ius 1 pillX2;Bentyl & Swanson DAO with meals;black cherry concentrate
Discontinued: Robinul; Natural - peppermint oil, Inflaguard (Boswellia), Pepto Bismol, Omega 3 fish oil, Imodium, Beano, Zymactive, Renew Life Probiotic 80 billion, Florastor, DGL, Monolaurin, slippery elm