Elderberries have been used medicinally in Europe and Asia for centuries to combat ailments, especially the flu. With that said, elderberries are said to have bioflavonoids and other proteins in the juice that help destroy the ability of cold and flu viruses to infect a cell! How cool right?!
Elderberries contain vitamins A, B, are loaded with vitamin C and are infamous/known for their ability to boost the immune system, their antioxidant activity, and being a great remedy for the ( cold, flu )
Elderberries contain active ingredients - bioflavanoids like anthocyanins - that can calm inflammation and irritation and act as an expectorant to clear out all that pesky phlegm! And we all want that when we don't feel well!!
Elderberry Syrup is something you want to be taking ( 2-3 days a week as maintenance ) during cold and flu season and you would increase the dose if you do become sick or are exposed to sickness. School is about to start, or has started for some already, and those germs will be crawling - this kit will help you to be proactive and boost those immunities! Everyone in our family takes elderberry syrup.
You will need a glass jar, water and raw honey to mix with the contents of this kit and I will include instructions and dosage information with the package.
- Kit makes 24 ounces of organic syrup.
- Once made, the syrup can last 4 months + in the refrigerator.
- Store in a tightly closed jar in the refrigerator.
Elderberry syrup should not be used if you have an auto immune condition/disease without consulting a doctor. It can cause the immune system to ignite which is a good thing normally but with an AIC your immune system is already on high alert.
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