have a strong reputation for their ability to fight colds and flu-fighting symptoms such as head and body ache, fever, sore throat and fatigue. Studies show Elderberries to have strong antioxidant and immune boosting qualities - including fighting H1N1 and swine strains of influenza. In Israel, Elderberry is being used to boost the immune system of AIDS and cancer patients.
Research in Germany has shown the anthocyanins in elderberries enhance immune function by boosting the production of immune-regulating cytokines. Elderberries can be used to produce teas, tinctures, and other extracts.
- Nutritious and Versatile Food with Many Suggested Benefits
- Great Taste
- Phytonutrients, Vitamins, Minerals and Fiber
- Gluten Free
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