Elderberries: Raw Organic - Light Cellar
Used for centuries as both a food and medicine, the elder plant has often been referred to as "the medicine chest of the common people". A fairy tale tells of a boy whose cold is healed by the Elder mother who comes out of a pot of her namesake tea.
Enjoy as a simple tea, or use to make a delicious nourishing syrup that can be enjoyed by the spoonful during the cooler months or used to top breakfasts or desserts. Tea: 1 Tbsp to 1 cup water. Bring to boil, simmer 10-15 min. Or use to make a syrup. Add berries to teas, jams, pies, and other baking. Popular as a wine.
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