Elderberry Syrup

Elderbery Syrup is known for helping build your immune system. Elderberries are full of great vitamins! They are a very good source of fiber vitamin A, providing 17 percent of the daily value, but eclipsed by infection-fighting vitamin C with 87 percent – reportedly more than any other plant besides black currants and rosehips.

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Elderberries are full of great vitamins! They are a very good source of fiber vitamin A, providing 17 percent of the daily value, but eclipsed by infection-fighting vitamin C with 87 percent – reportedly more than any other plant besides black currants and rosehips. Other prominent ingredients in elderberries include iron (13 percent of the daily value) as well as potassium, vitamin B6, and lots of betacarotene. (From Dr. Mercola)

Native Americans used elderberries for many health concerns. The washing of wounds and poultices to treat wounds, and as an eye wash. The berries may also help lessen issues with our sinuses, helping to lessen swelling in our mucous membranes and may help relieve congestion in our nasal passages. Some people who use natural means to help them use elderberries to relieve gas and stomach aches.

Ingredients: Filtered water and organic herbs: elderberries Sambucus nigra, raw and unfiltered honey, cinnamon Cinnamomum verum, fresh ginger and cloves Syzygium aromaticum.

**Must be refrigerated, for pickup only**

If you’re unable to refrigerate or would like a more compact form of Elderberry Syrup, try our Elderberry Immune Elixir.

Instructions for use: Adults: If you are healthy and want to build your immune system use one tablespoon per day. If you begin to get sick use up to four to five tablespoons two to three times daily. For children use one teaspoon per day for a healthy child. If sick use up to two to three teaspoons two to three times daily.

Elderberry Syrup

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Elderberries are full of great vitamins! They are a very good source of fiber vitamin A, providing 17 percent of the daily value, but eclipsed by infection-fighting vitamin C with 87 percent – reportedly more than any other plant besides black currants and rosehips. Other prominent ingredients in elderberries include iron (13 percent of the daily value) as well as potassium, vitamin B6, and lots of betacarotene. (From Dr. Mercola)

Native Americans used elderberries for many health concerns. The washing of wounds and poultices to treat wounds, and as an eye wash. The berries may also help lessen issues with our sinuses, helping to lessen swelling in our mucous membranes and may help relieve congestion in our nasal passages. Some people who use natural means to help them use elderberries to relieve gas and stomach aches.

Ingredients: Filtered water and organic herbs: elderberries Sambucus nigra, raw and unfiltered honey, cinnamon Cinnamomum verum, fresh ginger and cloves Syzygium aromaticum.

**Must be refrigerated, for pickup only**

If you’re unable to refrigerate or would like a more compact form of Elderberry Syrup, try our Elderberry Immune Elixir.

Instructions for use: Adults: If you are healthy and want to build your immune system use one tablespoon per day. If you begin to get sick use up to four to five tablespoons two to three times daily. For children use one teaspoon per day for a healthy child. If sick use up to two to three teaspoons two to three times daily.

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16 oz, 32 oz

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