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Elderberries are excellent for everyday health and seasonal wellness

Jan 28, 2019 | 2 min read
Elderberries are excellent for seasonal wellness

The popularity of elderberries has risen dramatically

The popularity of elderberries is on the rise and is quite rightly so! Elderberries are one of the most widely used medicinal plants in the world thanks to their particularly rich flavanoid and anthocyanin content which help fight the common cold, as well as bladder infections, allergies and digestive health issues.

In fact it has even been linked with neuronal and cognitive functions and one particular study to come out of Norway found the polyphenolic extracts may help with blood glucose management.

Elderberries really are little nutritional powerhouses - they are are a packed with vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, calcium, potassium and iron. They are also a potent source of carotenoid pigments or flavonoids with antioxidant properties, including quercetin, which help protect cells from oxidative damage.

One of the most essential and enduring herbals for promoting immune health

Elderberries provide a concentrated source of anthocyanins, a particularly powerful class of antioxidant flavonoids that may boost immune health and help protect cells from damage. In fact, elderberry could be considered one of the western world's most essential and enduring herbals for promoting immune health.

The Elderberry has a long history of supporting health and wellness, and there are plenty of modern, scientific studies backing its benefits for immune support and its antioxidant capacity to protect the body from the effects of oxidative stress. The bioflavonoids, antioxidants and vitamin A in elderberry are great for skin health, too.

Benefits quick list:

  • Immune Support
    Many studies have highlighted the potential immune-boosting and health-promoting benefits of elderberry, and bioflavonoids may help strengthen cell membranes.

  • Healthy Skin
    The bioflavonoids, antioxidants and vitamin A in elderberry are great for skin health, helping to fight free radical damage which is one of the primary mechanisms of aging.

  • Fluid Balance
    Elderberry may also have a diuretic effect, helping to eliminate excess water from your system.

  • Antioxidant Support
    Elderberries are packed with antioxidant flavonoids, more so than many other berries that are antioxidant sources like blueberries, cranberries, goji berries and blackberries.

Try adding elderberry to your diet to give yourself and an everyday and seasonal wellness boost!

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