This is straight up nature in a bottle guys. Only 5 super ingredients make up this immunity boosting syrup. Once a quite expensive remedy, elderberry syrup can now be made, by you, in your own home.
This time of year it’s all we can do to keep our families protected from not only the elements but the dreaded flu season. Is it just me or is there something going on with this glorified “flu” vaccine? Call me crazy but it’s not working. Since my oldest daughter was 2 I’ve taken my family on a journey of natural solutions. From DoTERRA essential oils to this sickness kicking syrup.
I source all my ingredients carefully making sure I find the best ingredients for my family. All of them can be found on Amazon and most can also be found at your local health food stores.
It takes only a short time to throw together and the aroma it puts off is strong and beautiful. It can be taken once daily as an immune supplement or every 2-3 hours when you’re sick. If you do take it as a daily supplement I suggest taking the weekends off as to let your immune system regulate itself. Best part is you can literally put this on your waffles at breakfast, ooOo or maybe crepes?
So here it is y’all enjoy!
- 2/3 C dry whole elderberries
- 3 1/2 C water
- 2 TBS ginger root
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp cloves
- 1 C raw honey
- Add berries, water, and spices to saucepan.
- Bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover.
- Simmer 45-90 minutes or until cooked down by almost half. Remove from heat.
- Strain berries from liquid squishing the juice out of the berries as you go.
- When cool enough to handle, but not yet cold, add honey and stir until dissolved.
- Pour into glass jar/bottle and store in refrigerator.
- Dosage: children 1-2 tsp, adults 1-2 TBS
Pretty easy, eh? Let me know what you think about it. My kids love it, but some other don’t, even if it’s an acquired taste for you or your family, just know this stuff does only good for your body and works wonders on a stubborn cold. And it looks pretty dang cute in a jar like this in the fridge. I can’t tell you how many conversations have been started from this bottle of purple beauty.
Gotta get back to seed inventorying. Happy garden dreaming y’all!
Peace and Love,