Updated: May 12
Boost your immune system with Elderberry Tea during this challenging time!
Elderberry, for hundreds of years, has been well known for its therapeutic and
The active constituents in Elderberry Tea are anthocyanins, flavonoids, triterpenoids, quercetin, and cinnamic acid. This tea is also rich in minerals and vitamins such as; vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin B.
Antioxidant and Anti-carcinogenic
Reduce Cholesterol Levels
Improve Nerves Pain
Helps with Sinus Inflammation
Improve Cognitive Function
Elderberry tea should not be mistaken for Elderberry Flower tea. As elderflower tea is obtained from brewing or steeping elderberry flowers that grow early, during blooming season, just before the berries appear.
Elderberry Tea is made by brewing or steeping dried elderberry fruits in hot water. You could add cinnamon or ginger for additional taste.