How much does my family need for a 1 month supply?
- 1 Adult or 1 Child – Single (~32 servings)
- 2 Adults or 1 Adult + 1 Child – Family (~64 servings)
- 2 Adults + 1 Child – 1 Family and 1 Single (~96 servings)
- 2 Adults + 2 Children – 2 Family Sizes (~128 servings)
Refrigerate. Shake. Take. Our elderberry syrup has been the #1 selling homemade natural wellness tool. Known as the “medicine chest for the common people,” elderberry syrup is most well known as a power antioxidant and immune support tool. In 10 peer-to-peer reviewed scientific studies, elderberries have been proven to reduce the severity and duration of the common cold and flu. Elderberries are rich in vitamins, minerals and micro-nutrients like polyphenols known for their anti-inflammatory abilities. Other important health benefits of elderberries:
- Supports healthy immune system response to environmental allergens
- Maintain cardiovascular health including healthy cholesterol levels
- Promotes detoxification
- Maintains healthy blood sugar levels
- Can help you maintain a healthy weight
- Eases muscle and joint pain
- Aids in proper digestion
- Slows down the oxidation of our cells
- Softens, tones and restores the appearance of youthful skin
- Soothes burns
- Soothes upset stomach and addresses gas
Elderberries are tiny little berries from the elder plant that is native to Europe, North Africa, Wester & Central Asia. Because of it’s growth in popularity, it’s being cultivated all over the world now. Elder plants can survive between 80-100 years in the wild!
The elderberry is a member of the honeysuckle family,1 and can grow either as a shrub or as a small tree that reaches 20 feet tall. Fully grown elderberry plants yield delicate white flowers during the spring, but they change into berries once fall arrives.3 Native Americans used the flowers, berries, and bark of elderberry trees to treat fevers and joint pain for hundreds of years.
They also used the elderberry to heal the body, mind and spirit through the gifts of foods, beverages, baskets, charms, ceremonial items, inks, dyes, and body paint, jewelry, hunting whistles, musical instruments, insecticides and fish poisons.
Bioflavonoids like anthocyanins calm inflammation and act as an expectorant. The antioxidant quercetin is the main hero in the this little berry. A few nutritional benefits of importance: * High in vitamin C: accounts for up to 60% of the RDA guidelines. * High in fiber: 25% of the recommended daily intake * Good source of A & B6 vitamins * Great source of potassium, iron and beta carotene High in antioxidants: Phenols like Phenolic acid that are known to prevent infectious and degenerative diseases, inflammation and allergies. Polyphenols that are 10x more in elderberries than in any other berry. These help treat digestion issues, weight management difficulties, diabetes, neurodegenerative disease, cardiovascular diseases and have anti-cancer like effects.
Used as a daily natural wellness too for a holistic approach to your health care. Most popularly used during the Fall and Winter months, November – March. Effective for maintaining a healthy immune system seasonal threats, soothing a scratchy throat, drying a drippy nose and calming congestion. Excellent resource for digestive discomfort, cardiovascular heth and
Elderberries Sambucus Nigra Cinnamon Ceylon (https://trishaselderberries.com/cinnamon/) Cloves (https://trishaselderberries.com/cloves/) Echinacea Purpurea Ginger (https://trishaselderberries.com/ginger) Chinese Star Anise (https://trishaselderberries.com/staranise) Rose Hips
Used primarily during pollen season, April – October. Effective for thinning mucous, calming inflamed airways and supporting the respiratory system as well as the immune support
Elderberries Sambucus Nigra Cinnamon Ceylon (https://trishaselderberries.com/cinnamon/) Cloves (https://trishaselderberries.com/cloves/), Ginger (https://trishaselderberries.com/ginger), Astragalus, Stinging Nettles, Marshmallow Root, Rose Hips