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      Natural Sources - Natural Elderberry Concentrate - 8 oz.

      • Code#:103995
      • Manufacturer:Natural Sources
      • Size/Form:8  oz.
      • Packaged Ship Weight:1.10
      • Servings:16
      • Dosage Size:1  Tablespoon(s)

      Natural Sources Natural Elderberry Concentrate - 8 oz.

      Natural Sources Natural Elderberry Concentrate has the certification of quality.  Natural Sources Natural Elderberry Concentrate uses the finest fruit available and process it low temperatures to retain as much of the natural goodness as possible.  Elderberry has been traditionally used to help support the immune system, especially during the winter season or when experiencing extra stress. Elderberries have long been used as food, particularly in the dried form. Elderberry wine, pie, and lemonade are some of the popular ways to prepare this plant as food. The leaves were touted by European herbalists to be pain relieving and to promote healing of injuries when applied as a poultice.1 Native American herbalists used the plant for infections, coughs, and skin conditions.  Numerous species of elder or elderberry grow in Europe and North America. Only those with blue/black berries are medicinal. The flowers and berries are both used. Species with red berries are not medicinal.

      Sambucus nigra L. is the Latin name for Black Elder, the dark blue/black berries of this plant have many naturally-occurring nutritional substances such as Rutin, Quercetin (flavonoids) and Anthocyanins.  Current research supports the long held beliefs about elderberry's health benefits on the body.  Elderberry syrup has been traditionally used to help support the immune system, especially during the winter season or when experiencing extra stress.  An added advantage to the use of Elderberry is its record of safety for all ages.

      Natural Sources uses the finest fruit available and process it at low temperatures to retain as much of the natural goodness as possible.  Approx. 8.5 pounds of fresh whole fruit is pressed and concentrated to get one pint of Natural Fruit Concentrate.

      Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) has immune enhancing; laxative;and diuretic properties and may be helpful for flu; colds; rheumatism; syphilis; constipation; fluid retention; colic; diarrhea; colds; coughs; bronchitis; nerve disorders; back pain; urinary tract inflammation; asthma; and fever.

      Parts used and where grown
      Numerous species of elder or elderberry grow in Europe and North America. Only those with blue/black berries are medicinal. The flowers and berries are both used. Species with red berries are not medicinal.

      Historical or traditional use (may or may not be supported by scientific studies)
      Elderberries have long been used as food, particularly in the dried form. Elderberry wine, pie, and lemonade are some of the popular ways to prepare this plant as food. The leaves were touted by European herbalists to be pain relieving and to promote healing of injuries when applied as a poultice.1 Native American herbalists used the plant for infections, coughs, and skin conditions.

      How much is usually taken?
      A syrup of black elderberry extract (1 teaspoon–1 tablespoon [5–15 ml] for children, 2 teaspoons–2 tablespoons [10–30 ml] for adults) can be taken twice daily. A tea made from 1/2–1 teaspoon (3–5 grams) of the dried flowers steeped in 1 cup (250 ml) boiling water for ten to fifteen minutes may be drunk three times per day.6

      Are there any side effects or interactions?
      The safe internal use of elderberry is limited to the use of the dried flowers or syrups made from the ripe berries.7 The roots, stems, leaves, and unripe berries may contain poisonous constituents that can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.8 Preparations containing any of these parts of the elder plant should be avoided.

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      Use full strength and mix 8 oz. of concentrate to 56 oz. water or juice to make a healthy delicious drink. 8 oz. Of concentrate plus 56 oz. water makes 1/2 gallon. 16 oz. of concentrate plus 112 oz. water makes 1 gallon . Approx 8.5 pounds of fresh whole fruit is pressed and concentrated to get one pint of Natural Fruit Concentrate.


      Natural Sources - Natural Elderberry Concentrate - 8 oz.
      Supplement Facts
      Serving Size: 1 Tablespoon
      Servings Per Container: 48
      Amount Per Serving %DV
      Calories 50
      Total Carbohydrate 12 g *
      Sugars 12 g *
      *Daily Value Not Established.
       
      Other Ingredients: Elderberry juice concentrate. Contains 70% juice when reconstituted

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      By STEVEN (New Windsor , MD )

      It is said that the elderberry is natures natural flu vaccine. As I heard more and more about the problems with the way they made flu shots and all the possible things that they have or have not caused I became concerned for my health. Then when we had a shortage of flu shots and the young the old and the sick were to go first and I was , as it turned out, to go never. I haven't taken a flu shot since then. Instead I've added a couple tablespoons of Elderberry concentrate to my morning cranberry grape acai mixture. I haven't had so much as a head cold since. Not scientifically valid nor am I an expert but I am not a liar and I might just be lucky but I haven't had any health issues even of the most minor nature.

      I RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT!
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      San Clemente, CA,
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      About Natural Sources

      Natural sources owned by jim and marie siegel has been in business in ca for years. Leading up the vitamin world with the raw and all lines targeting the human organs.

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