Wild Elderberry Tea
Wild Elderberry Tea
Wild Elderberry Tea
Wild Elderberry Tea

Wild Elderberry Tea

Regular price $18.00

Wild Sun-Dried Elderberries (Sambucus)  

Hand picked in California 

Non-GMO, non-irradiated, free from pesticides, herbicides, chemicals & residuals.
Known for their immune boosting properties, elderberries contain high levels of naturally occurring flavonoids, vitamin c, and zinc.

 


A proven, natural way to protect yourself from the flu is with regular doses of elderberry.

Studies now confirm that flu and cold health benefits of elderberry include its ability to boost immunity, offset flu symptoms & soothe those irritating respiratory infections.

Fun Facts: Elderberry’s oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) score is over two times as much as blueberry and cranberry.

Elderberry is also comprised of trace minerals and provides more vitamin C than oranges.

Research shows that the health benefits of elderberry include: supporting brain health, improving immune system health, safeguarding blood vessels and decreasing the growth patterns of cancer cells in the body.

The antioxidant activity in elderberries, along with its impressive levels of vitamin A, make elderberries a good solution for smoothing the appearance of wrinkles, fading age spots, and generally improving the glow & tone of your skin. 

 

Flavor: Elderberries have a sweet-tart flavor & aroma, elderberries make delicious teas, syrups, wines & jams. Packed with beneficial nutrients, the elderberry has been used for its medicinal & health benefits for thousands of years.

 

Ingredients: Wild Sun-Dried Edlerberries  

Directions: 

Make this simple tea in minutes whenever you feel like your immune system can use a boost.

  • Combine: Add water, dried elderberries, and a cinnamon stick to a small saucepan and stir well.
  • Boil: Heat on high just until the tea starts to boil. Then, turn the heat down to medium-low and simmer for 15 minutes.
  • Rest: Let the tea cool in the pot for 5 minutes.
  • Strain: Strain the tea through a fine-mesh strainer into a mug and enjoy.

Can you make this an iced tea? You sure can! If it’s a hot summer day, just boil and strain the tea, then chill it in the fridge. Serve it over ice for a refreshing beverage!

 


 

30g equivalent to: 30-40 servings of tea cups 

60g equivalent to: 60-70 servings of tea cups