Continuously we have been asked to make an elderberry syrup, especially one that includes elder flowers. We have created an amazing elderberry syrup. It has many of the single components that you find in most other syrups, yet we mix them all together. It truly is an all-in-one.
Elderberries have been used for centuries for things like supporting and enhancing immunity, combined with echinacea as cold remedies, and for treating viral infections, like strains of Herpes and Shingles. They contain aromatic compounds, which we continuously mention, that are unique, rare, and superior support for the respiratory system.
The flower of the elderberry is commonly used in syrups, as they and the berry contain highly medicinal compounds known for instigating sweating while sleeping, with intentions to fight off fevers. We combine them with the rarest of rare pokeberry juice, echinacea angustifolia, cherry bark, lemon, whole cloves, fresh ginger root, and raspberries, to give it a sweet manuka honey and tart lemon and raspberry hint of flavor.
This combination supplies one with excellent compounds to support that cold or viral infection, like vitamin C, vitamin A, bioflavonoids, flavonoids, phenolic compounds, beta-carotene, iron, limonene, antioxidants, potassium, and phytosterols. This combination may contain antivirals, antibacterial, antiparasitic (including eggs), antifungals, and even potent general detoxifiers. It may also help you to sleep, especially in times of sickness, to amplify the healing ability of the body itself.
The aloe and the glycerin may help to soothe your dry throat. The echinacea and spilanthes have numbing properties, known for numbing the throat tissues. There are adaptogens in the mix to bind to compounds and carry them deeper than they normally may be able to reach. The bee propolis provides a bit of apitherapy for support with your ailments. We can add venom if you like, at an additional charge. The cinnamon and clove give it that spicy flavor, tartness from raspberries, sweetness from the manuka honey, and the sour finish of the lemon, all combined to help you, or a child’s, symptoms.
Ages 12+: 2 teaspoons, 2-4 times daily
Ages 4 – 12: 2 teaspoons daily.
Ages 1-3: 1/2 teaspoon daily.
You may keep it in the refrigerator for up to 1 year.
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