Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) is a dark blue/purple berry native to Europe and North America. The berries have a long history of traditional use as a winter remedy. Research in recent times shows the potential support that elderberry has for use supporting the body during times of ills and chills. Some of the most well-researched forms of Elderberry are now trademarked due to the process used to extract and isolate key active constituents within elderberries.
Elderberry can be used to support the immune system in a variety of situations, when the body is challenged. Being high in anthocyanins, the antioxidants support naturally good energy levels and seasonal allergies.
When Elderberry is used during ills and chills season, it supports the duration and a normal fast recovery. Take elderberry as soon as possible when sniffles are noticed.
Elderberry is available in many forms – tasty gummies, capsules, drops, and syrups which make a delicious summer or winter drink – add soda water in summer for a delicious healthy berry fizzy, or hot water in winter for a nourishing immune tonic.