Black elderberry is a famous medicinal plant. For many years, it has been available in the form of syrup from various manufacturers to strengthen immunity and especially for colds, flu and other bronchial diseases.
It has a strong anti-carcinogenic (anti-cancer) effect, strengthens the body, increases its resistance against flu and other diseases. Black elderberry syrup has a strong immunostimulating effect, especially the cold-pressed version.
The fruits of the black elderberry (Sambucus nigra) have been used for medicinal purposes for hundreds of years in Europe, Africa and Asia. In the last 60 years, many laboratories and clinical studies have been conducted regarding the effects of elderberry.
Black elderberry syrup is extremely useful, both for children and adults, with impaired immunity, frequent upper respiratory tract infections, frequent pneumonias, problems with the digestive system, including chronic gastritis, ulcer disease and enterocolitis. with impaired absorption of food intake and deficiency of vitamins and minerals. Black elderberry is also particularly useful for chronic problems of the glands with internal secretion - impaired metabolism, as well as for latent or already pronounced diabetes in children and adults. It is especially useful in case of intoxication of the body, in case of iron deficiency anemia.
How to make elderberry syrup?
Elderberry syrup without adding water:
You only need sugar and fruit for this recipe. The products are put in the same ratio. In a large glass jar with a wide bottom, place elderberries in a larger layer of 1 - 2 centimeters. Cover the fruit with sugar on top. The layers are alternated until the fruits end. Cover the glass jar with a lid and put it in the refrigerator. After a week the sugar dissolves completely and a large amount of juice is extracted from the fruit. The mass is strained with a colander, but not pressed. The syrup is poured into bottles, and the fruits are dried and further made into tea.
Elderberry has been used by Native Americans for centuries and is called nature's pharmacy because of the many biologically active substances in the dark purple skin, core or seeds of the dark-colored fruit with a characteristic sharp sour taste.The little berries have phytochemicals, minerals, vitamins - large amounts of vitamin C and B vitamins.
Since ancient times, the fruits have been taken for longevity, tonicity, blood purification and hormonal balance.
During the winter days, the extract has a general strengthening effect on the body, supporting the immune and hematopoietic systems. It has a very good effect on colds, runny noses, sore throats, coughs, neuralgias and more.
Best picked in September (for Europe)
Now you can add it to your winter healthy diet and I promise you - you will be amazed by its effects on your health.
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