What are elderberries?
Elderberries are the dark purple berry from the Sambucus canadensis, commonly called American elder, is native to eastern North America. It is a deciduous, somewhat sprawling, suckering shrub that typically grows to 5-12’ tall.
Can I use elderberry syrup for the cold or flu?
Studies have shown that elderberries can ease cold and flu symptoms. It’s also been shown to reduce the duration of a cold or the flu by two days when taken at early stages.
Where are your elderberries from?
We work with a small local farm that lovingly grows and makes the elderberry syrup in small batches.
Should I refrigerate the elderberry syrup?
Elderberry syrup should be refrigerated after it is opened.
Can I take elderberry if I am on other medications?
Elderberry has no known severe, serious, or moderate interactions with other drugs. If you are on pharmaceuticals we encourage you to seek a functional medicine practitioner who can help you address the underlying cause of your illness so that you can stop taking toxic pharmaceuticals.