Elderberry Syrup has been used for centuries to prevent and treat many illnesses.
If taken daily it can help boost your immune system and if taken as a treatment several times a day it can shorten the length of a cold or flu by half, much like Big Pharma’s Tamiflu which requires a prescription.
Tamiflu has several nasty side effects including:
- eye redness or discomfort
- sleep problems (insomnia)
- cough or other respiratory problems
- The flu itself or Tamiflu may rarely cause serious mental/mood changes. This may be more likely in children. Tell your doctor of any signs of unusual behavior, including confusion, agitation, or self-injury. Source: https://www.rxlist.com/tamiflu-side-effects-drug-center.htm
I don’t know about you, but safe and all natural Elderberry syrup sounds a whole lot better for me and my family.
Elderberry juice was actually used to treat a major flu epidemic in Panama in 1995! If it worked for them, it will work for your family.
So what are the benefits of Elderberries?
- High in antioxidants
- Lowers cholesterol
- Boosts the immune system
- Improves heart health
- Stimulates the immune system to fight against coughs, colds, flu, bacterial infections and tonsillitis
Elderberries contain, tannin, amino acids, flavonoids, carotenoids, vitamin A, B and high in vitamin C. They also protects against cellular damage. Source: https://www.herbwisdom.com/herb-elderberry.html
Elderberry Syrup will help keep your family healthy all year round. We very rarely catch colds or the flu at my house. We don’t take a flu shot and haven’t for years. I think this syrup can make a huge difference in your families immunity to the bugs that get passed on from person to person. Make this and let those bugs and viruses pass you right on by!
Elderberry syrup can be made on the stove top, in the slow cooker or Instant Pot. I usually make mine in my Instant Pot. It’s so quick and easy, not to mention the cleanup is a breeze. This recipe can be easily adapted to stove top or slow cooker, so get creative. It’s so easy, it’s kind of hard to screw it up.
So let’s get you and your family started on this amazing natural health syrup, shall we?
Elderberry syrup is made from dried elderberries. I get mine from here. I find them to be very high quality and almost no stems at all. Dried Elderberries are a little pricey but I get 3-4 batches out of one bag, so when you break that down its very reasonable.
Here’s my recipe for Elderberry Syrup
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