Echinacea Infused Elderberry Syrup – 18oz Bottle.
We start with kosher certified and non-irradiated organic elderberries and add a blend of ginger, echinacea, cloves, cinnamon, water, and honey to make our amazing syrup. Live Berry Well crafts each bottle in small hand-tended batches to ensure quality and flavor.
Processing & Shipping:
For all items shipped, please note there may be a delay of 3-5 days prior to your order being processed. To minimize the stress on the elderberry syrup we create and ship your order the same day, and will ship Monday thru Thursday to avoid any delays in shipping.
Getting to know the ingredients:
Elderberries: Elderberries, when used in certain foods, have been shown to boost immunity, decrease mucus production during colds and fight the flu. Properly known as Sambucus, it is a genus of flowering plants in the family Adoxaceae. Elderberries are small, dark berries that grow in clusters on elder trees (also called elderberry bushes), and are very common throughout Europe and North America.
Ginger: Prized for its medicinal and culinary properties in Asian cultures for thousands of years, ginger, also known as ginger root, is an underground rhizome. Not only does Ginger add flavor and balance to the elderberry syrup, but it also adds health benefits that may reduce nausea and inflammation.
Echinacea: Echinacea is a very popular herb, and people commonly take it to help combat flu and colds. It is a genus of herbaceous flowering plants in the daisy family – Asteraceae. It is also known as the American coneflower. When added into our elderberry syrup, it gives it an extra boost.
Cloves: Cloves are the flower buds of the clove tree, an evergreen also known as Syzygium aromaticum. We use whole cloves in our syrup. Similar to the ginger, cloves do more than add a sweet and aromatic flavor, they help boost the immune system and aid in digestion.
Cinnamon: There are many health benefits of cinnamon, some being that it’s a high source of Antioxidants and can help fight infections and viruses. However, the type of cinnamon is important – Ceylon cinnamon is more potent and beneficial than the Cassia variety. We use Ceylon bark in our syrup for those wondering.
Honey: Raw local honey is amazing. Not only does it add sweetness and flavor to our syrup, it is another great source of antioxidants. Honey is also filled with phytonutirants, these provide both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, which help maintain good health. In addition, our honey is from the Piney Woods region and may help reduce regional allergies.