Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup
Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry Syrup

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$15.00

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Description

Elderberry grows all over the world and has been used for hundreds of years as an immunity booster to battle against the cold and flu.  Elderberries are high in Vitamin C and also contain Vitamin A, B6 and Iron.  The syrup is made with a blend of organic elderberries, ginger, cinnamon & cloves. We use elderberry syrup daily to boost our immune system, when we feel run down. Use 1 – 2 tablespoons up to 4 times daily.*

Elderberry is available in three sizes: 8 ounces, 16 ounces and 32 ounces.

Must be refrigerated immediately. 

Ingredients

  • Organic Dried Elderberry 
  • Organic Fresh Ginger 
  • Organic Cinnamon
  • Organic Cloves 
  • Raw Honey 

Usage

1-2 tablespoons up to 4 times a day

About Elderberry

For over many years and till date, Elderberry has been a blessing with its medicinal value and benefits. Elderberry is scientifically known as "Sambucus", a king name for its species. However, it is believed that "Sambucus" comes from a Greek word "Sasuke", a musical instrument made from Elder wood. The music from this instrument is used for spirit healing. Similarly, the common name "Elder" comes from the Anglo-Saxon "Ellen" which means "fire-kindler."

There are different known species of Elder around the world, and these species' production can come in different colors. It could be red, yellow or blue-black as the case may be. However, species of Elderberry can be grouped into three namely:

  • Sambucus Canadensis, popularly called American Berry is said to be commonly found in North America, East and South through Mexico and Central America to Panama.
  • Sambucus Nigra, also known as the Black Elder, is commonly found in Europe.
  • Sambucus Cerulea, which is also known as Blue Elderberry, is found from the Pacific coasts through California to Montana Wyoming and Texas.

There are so many controversial sayings about Elderberry shrubs. Archival documents and writings of herbalists like Hippocrates, Dioscorides and Pliny the Elder reveals the history of the traditional use of Elderberry by Europeans. People from different works of life have related to Elder species in different ways. While some referred Elder to an elixir, some others referred to it as a dwelling place of meeting for witches. 

The blue-black berries are common wild fruit available for consumption by Native Americans who dwell in the north. This gave the European settlers in Northern America the chance to explore Elder shrubs. Still on this, European settlers were able to easily access wild fruits from plants growing in swampy areas, roadsides, and waste areas; this gave the opportunity to produce jellies, juices and wines from Elder shrubs.

Interestingly, Elderberry began to gain prominence because of its medicinal value and health benefits. As a result of this growing interest and increase in demand for Elderberry, consumption and commercial production skyrocketed in the United States. In fact, the vast use of Elderberry made the French, Austrians and Central Europeans produce syrups made from an extract of Elderflower blossoms. Also, a notable historical use of Elderberry was conspicuous during the epidemic in Panama where anti-viral and anti-bacteria Elderberry juice was used to treat ravaging flu. 

Elderberry Syrup Frequently Asked Questions

What is Elderberry Syrup?

One of the most wonderful and easy ways of administering herbal medicine especially to children is through syrups. Herbal syrups, just like Elderberry syrup, are water-based extraction of herbs that are more concentrated with organic sugar or raw honey. Elderberry syrup is a special herbal medicine in liquid form which possesses the qualities of possibly healing a variety of ailments. Indeed, different studies have shown that Elderberry syrup may prevent virus or bacteria from infecting the mucous membrane. It is widely used for the possible treatment of a large variety of ailments like fever, aches and pains, indigestion, twitching eyes, dropsy, rheumatism, appendix inflammation, bladder or kidney infection, cold and influenza's, mucous discharge, cough, and weak immunity.

Still on the health benefit and quality of Elderberry syrup, they are said to contain Flavonoids and Rutin that improve immune function especially in combination with vitamin C. It also contains tannins commonly used to stop bleeding, diarrhea and congestion.

Is Elderberry Syrup Safe for Children?

Since Elderberry has been known to boost immunity, help aid in a cold/flu, allergies, infections, constipation and variety of ailments, we may say it is wholesomely good for children to consume.

If you give your child or children Elderberry Syrup, you can provide them with the following health benefits:

  • Strong Immunity
  • Better Respiration
  • Good Sugar Level Control
  • Healthy Digestion
  • Viruses and Bacteria Protection

 

It is advisable for parents to always make consultations with doctors or health professionals for any supplemental use. 

Is Elderberry Syrup Good for the Immune System?

With all the testimonies and assertions, it is conspicuous that Elderberry syrup is good for the immune system. The amazing duties our immune system carries out are very significant. They perform the responsibilities of detecting and killing of infectious diseases otherwise known as strange visitors in the body. It is pertinent for any effective immune system to recognize and attack the so-called strangers like viruses, bacteria, or parasitic worms that invade the body system.

Elderberry has some compounds that help strengthen the immune system against various diseases. The production of strong anti-oxidants, flavonoids, and vitamins may make the body systems stronger.

Is Elderberry Syrup Safe During Pregnancy?

Because no study or research has been able to prove or link any adverse effect of Elderberry consumption during pregnancy, pregnant women should speak with their doctor/mid-wife before taking Elderberry Syrup. 

 

Is Elderberry Syrup Safe for Cold/Flu?

One of the incredible benefits of Elderberry compounds is the ability to fight viruses and bacteria that may cause cold and flu. Elderberry contains Hemagglutin protein which is capable of restricting entrance and multiplication of viruses in the body cells.

Also, Elderberry syrup, with the help of phytochemical compound, helps combat and block viral proteins responsible for flu. This compound helps to build the wall of protection against viruses at their early stages. 

Enjoy Elderberry Syrup as a preventative throughout the year before cold/flu season hits. 

Should Elderberry Syrup be Refrigerated?

Yes, it is best to refrigerate Elderberry Syrup for optimum safety. It is believed that the storage of Elderberries will help keep and prolong the quality.

However, if not refrigerated, it could ferment and loose its great quality. 

Should I take Elderberry Syrup Everyday?

Here at Mayernik Kitchen, we suggest a tablespoon daily for prevention throughout the year. If you are feeling sick or run down, we suggest taking 2-4 tablespoons daily. 

If you feel you need to up the dosage for daily consumption, please speak directly to your doctor or practitioner.