Organic Elderberry Syrup Kit

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Organic Elderberry Syrup Kit

18.00


Making your own elderberry syrup gives you an opportunity to add your own local honey and your love & magic! Homemade elderberry is the best!

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Making your own elderberry syrup gives you an opportunity to add your own local honey and your love & magic!
Homemade elderberry is the best!

Elderberries have a long history as a folk cure for a variety of ailments. Currently, scientific studies are being conducted to test the accuracy of these health claims. While some uses haven't been proven yet, elderberries in the form of elderberry syrup have been shown to boost immunity, decrease mucous production during colds and fight the flu.

Boosts the Immune System

Help your body fight disease. Elderberries are a rich source of vitamins A and C, which are crucial in helping the body maintain optimal health. Plus, the bioflavonoids in elderberry syrup boost the body's immune system by increasing antioxidant levels and viruses that damage cell walls. A daily dose can assist you in preventing both acute and chronic disease.

Fight your cold symptoms. Elderberry syrup makes colds and other upper respiratory symptoms more tolerable by reducing mucous secretions. Also, elderberries may fight swelling of the respiratory passages, which means less discomfort and trouble breathing and soothe a cough.

 

Brewing Instructions

Three cups of chaga in a pot. Add bag of elderberry and bring to a boil then turn down to simmer. At the 30 minute simmer point, mash your elderberries with the back of a wooden spoon. After you’ve mashed your elderberries, you can add your bag of medical spices. Let simmer for another 15 minutes with spices or until your water is half the amount you started with. When simmering has done its magic, remove spice bag and strain elderberries with cheese cloth or colander. Set aside and let cool. When your mix is room temperature add 1 cup local honey. Don’t skimp on the honey, it’s your natural preservative. This is not the time to cut back on your sugar intake. ;)