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Elderberries (Sambucus nigra) Dried - Bulk

Elderberries (Sambucus nigra) Dried - Bulk

Regular price R 279.00
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INCI: Sambucus nigra

Dried Elderberries act as an anti inflammatory, immune booster, diuretic and as a purifier of blood, kidneys, liver and skin. Elderberries are rich in Vitamin C, bioflavonoids and antioxidants.

We love elderberries for their immune boosting properties, and numerous other benefits. Try adding a small handful to your gin cocktail!

Sizes: 200g, 500g or 1kg.

This product is certified: Vegan and Food Grade.

  • Elderberries can help support a healthy immune system due to their high Vitamin C, antioxidant and flavonoid content.
  • Elderberries have a tangy, sweet taste and are often used in beverages such as gins and cocktails
  • Elderberries are renowned for treating sore throats, colds and influenza
  • For catarrhal inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, such as hay fever and sinusitis
  • Catarrhal deafness responds well to elderberries
  • Can treat anemia and edema
  • Acts as a blood, kidneys, liver and skin purifier
  • Cleanses mucous from the tissues
  • May stimulate peristaltic action in the colon
  • Serves overall as an excellent detoxifier and cleanser of excess mucous
  • Can be of assistance in the treatment of dropsy
  • Elderberries can treat colic and diarrhea
  • Induces perspiration and aids in the treatment of bronchitis
  • Can be of benefit for patients suffering from HIV, as elderberries are an immune booster
  • Has been used to reduce inflammation of the urinary tract
  • Aids in the treatment of rheumatism
  • As a decoction: 1-2 teaspoons in 500 ml of water. Bring to the boil. Simmer for 10-15 minutes. Strain. Divide the 500ml decoction into three separate portions and drink over the course of the day.

Dried elderberries (Sambuci nigra).

Product rating: Green.

Portugal

  • Raw, fresh elderberries contain cyanide producing glycosides and are therefore toxic when not cooked properly. These dried elderberries are perfectly safe however.
  • May cause nausea
  • Do not use when pregnant or breastfeeding
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