- Packed with antioxidants and vitamins that may boost your immune system.
- Help tame inflammation
- Lessen stress, and help protect your heart, too.
- Help to prevent and ease cold and flu symptoms.
Dried Elderberries are Gentle & Nourishing for the bodies natural defenses.
A member of the honeysuckle family, the clusters of white flowers are followed by blackberries.
Used throughout history for its medicinal properties, in ancient Greece, Hippocrates referred to the elderberry as a “medicine chest” for its wide array of health benefits.
Elderberries are also traditionally used for their culinary successes. Packed with nutrients, elderberries are used in a wide range of dishes but primarily in preserves, baking and drinks.
How to use:
Decoction: A cup of immune-boosting elderberry tea if drunk regularly can help fight against cold and flu symptoms. Add 1-2 tsp of dried elderberries to two cups of water and boil for up to 15 minutes before straining. Honey can also be added as a natural sweetener.
Syrup: If you prefer to enjoy elderberry for its health benefits in a syrup form, make a decoction beforehand that can then be strained and mixed with honey. This is one of the easiest methods to enjoy a daily spoonful of elderberry syrup that will last for up to one month in the fridge.
Tincture: To make a tincture that will last up two two years for use to support your immune system, boil dried elderberries, strain and mix with vodka.
Poultice: An elderberry poultice when applied to the skin can help relieve discomfort from haemorrhoids or itching.
Soups and smoothies: Once cooked, elderberries can be strained and blended into a range of dishes and are a brilliant ingredient in chilled soups and smoothies.
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