What is Elderberry?
Elderberry belongs to a flowering plant family that grows around the world. Black elderberry (sambucas nigra) is generally found in warmer parts of Europe and North America. Elderberry supports bees, butterflies and bird species with nectar and fruit!
Several studies have suggested that elderberry may have a measurable effect in treating colds and flu, alleviating allergies, and improving respiratory health. Here are a few links to research that supports the efficacy of elderberry!
- PubMed – Randomized study of the efficacy and safety of oral elderberry extract in the treatment of influenza A and B virus infections (excerpt: “Elderberry extract seems to offer an efficient, safe and cost-effective treatment for influenza.”)
- WebMD – Elderberry (excerpt: “Elderberry could cut the duration of flu symptoms by more than 50%.”)
- LiveStrong – Elderberry Syrup Benefits (excerpt: “Patients given elderberry syrup recovered an average of 4 days faster from the flu.”)
Elderberry is also quite delicious and can be used make syrups, teas, sauces, and more!
Why Earth Soothers?
Earth Soothers elderberry syrups are carefully handcrafted in small batches right here in Vermont. We use local honey and organic elderberries to create our delicious recipes. Our Original recipe is naturally sweet and tasty and our Cinnamon recipe is just a little bit spicy. Our Ginger recipe has a little extra kick and our Deluxe recipe brings them all together.
A traditional water-bath canning method is used to preserve our jars of elderberry syrup. Unopened, you can expect our elderberry syrups to last in the pantry for at least one year. Refrigerate after opening for up to two months. We use our own products and we proudly stand behind their quality. In the event that a newly-opened jar is discovered to have fermented, we will exchange it for a fresh jar, guaranteed!
How should Earth Soothers elderberry wellness syrup be used?
Shake it and then smell it. If it smells sweet and delicious, consider the following:
Children over 1yr
1 tsp, once per day to help boost the immune system.
1 tsp, two to three times per day when fighting colds or flu.
1 tsp, once or twice per day to help boost the immune system.
1 tsp, three to four times per day when fighting colds or flu.
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