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Why Elderberries

Elderberries have been a companion to Man since the

Stone Age and grow wild in the temperate zones around

the world. Red elderberries are found in China, Blue

elderberries in the Rocky Mountains, and Black

elderberries (sambucus nigra) through out Europe

and the Americas. Black elderberries are a dark purple

berry that has many naturally occurring nutri­tional

substances: Anthocyanins, Quercetin, Rutin,

Polyphenols, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids and

are naturally low in sugar. Elderberry products are often named Sambucus because the Latin Genus name for elderberry is Sambucus Nigra.


Elderberries are an important fruit crop in European Countries where elderberry products can be found in most grocery stores.

Hippocrates, the “Father of Medicine,” called the elder tree his “medicine chest.”

In folk medicine today, the elderberry is widely considered one of the world’s most healing plants.

Elderberries are most highly recognized as a natural health remedy, combating colds, allergies and the dreaded flu.

Other health benefits of the elder plant berries include naturally improving colds, sinus issues, nerve pain, inflammation, chronic fatigue, allergies and constipation.

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