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A delightful, fragrant  herb, selection is a cup of pure luxury.  Our elderberry is soothing and flavorful - a must for the evenings. Spinkle some of these dried berries in your other favorite teas as well for a hint of elderberry flavor.


Ingredients: dried elderberry



1.5 oz: 10 servings 

5 oz: 40 servings  

16 oz bulk: 130 servings 



  • Support Immune System

    Elderberry polyphenols were found to support immune defense by increasing the number of white blood cells.  White blood cells are the cells of the immune system that are involved in protecting the body against both infectious disease and foreign invaders.  

    High in Nutrients

    Elderberries are a low-calorie food packed with Vitamin C, dietary fiber and antioxidants in the form of phenolic acids, flavonols and anthocyanins.  

    Fights Harmful Bacteria

    Elderberries have been found to inhibit the growth of bacteria and may improve symptoms of sinusitis and bronchitis.  

    Antiviral Cold and Flu Properties

    Studies show that compounds from elderberries can directly inhibit the virus’s entry and replication in human cells, and can help strengthen a person’s immune response to the virus.  

  • Reap the benefits the most with Elderberry Syrup.


    3/4 cup dried elderberries

    3 cups water

    1 teaspoon dried cinnamon

    1 teaspoon dried cloves or 4 whole cloves

    1 teaspoon dried ginger

    1 cup raw honey or agave



    In a pot, brind the elderberries, water, cinnamon, cloves, and ginger to a boil.  

    Reduce the heat, cover, and simmer until the liquid has reduced by half, about 40-45 minutes. 

    Allow the liquid to cool, and then drain the liquid using a fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth.

    Add the raw honey and mix well.

    Store in an airtight glass container in the refrigerator for up to 2 months.

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