This insightful step by step tutorial of how to make Elderberry syrup and jelly is a great way to create delicious food pantry storage that your family will enjoy eating on toast, pancakes and English muffins.common sense homesteading
Elderberries are eaten for their antioxidant properties to lower cholesterol, improve vision, boost the immune system, improve heart health, coughs, colds, flu, viral infections. Elderberries contain organic pigments, tannin, amino acids, carotenoids, flavonoids, sugar, rutin, viburnic acid, vitaman A and B and a large amount of vitamin C. They are also mildly laxative, a diuretic, and diaphoretic. Flavonoids, including quercetin, are believed to account for the therapeutic actions of the elderberry flowers and berries.
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