Elderberries (Sambucus nigra L.) are native to Europe and North America and have a long history of use in herbalism. Common names of the plant include elder, elderberry, black elder, European elder, European elderberry, and European black elderberry.
The berries of the elder plant are often used for preserves, syrups, tinctures, and as a food flavoring. Additionally, the Elderberries can be cooked and used to make juice, jams, chutneys, pies, or even elderberry wine. These fruits can be added to muffins or pancakes for a berry flavor similar to blueberries, but not quite as sweet.
Elderberry Dried Fruits are best combined with other berries such as raspberry and blueberries.
How To Use Elderberry Dried Fruit Health Embassy
For herbal tea infusion, use around 1-2 tsp of Elderberry Dried Fruit per 250ml of boiled water. Soak for 5 minutes, then strain the infusion. You can drink it hot or cold.
1-2 tbsp of Elderberry Dried Fruit pour 1 cup (250 ml) of cool water. Heat it in a pot and simmer covered for around 5 minutes, then set aside for 15 minutes to infuse. Strain the berries.
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It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.