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Elderberry / Sambucus is a European folk wellness tradition. The extract of this berry supplies soothing sinus comfort while strengthening your body's immune defenses.** In addition, Elderberry/Sambucus can:
What is Elderberry?
Harvested from the European elder tree (Sambucus nigra), elderberries have been used to add flavor to foods and beverages for centuries. Sambucus elderberries, and to a lesser extent Sambucus tree blossoms and bark, have been a favorite in European folk wellness practices for generations. Modern research has verified that Sambucus elderberry benefits several areas of wellness, due to its antioxidant activity and immune-supportive natural compounds.**
Vitamin C, antioxidant flavonoids, anthocyanins and other phytochemical compounds found within Sambucus elderberries have been most widely studied for their ability to promote robust immunity during seasonal changes. In addition to their immune-supportive antioxidant benefits, elderberries can help modulate inflammatory responses throughout the body. Elderberries have also been shown to support the production of cytokines, which are signaling compounds that help to orchestrate immune system function.
Sambucus elderberries are also believed to inhibit certain viral strains and may help to dry the mucous membranes that line the sinuses and throat. These biological activities may combine to explain elderberries’ reputation for supplying soothing comfort to the sinuses and upper respiratory system during immune system challenges. Sambucus elderberries may also accelerate recovery from seasonal immune issues like sinusitis.**
Elderberry syrup and supplements may also benefit respiratory health; they have been used to support healthy lungs in folk wellness practices. Elderberries support the cardiovascular system as well and are believed to influence blood lipid levels and arterial flexibility. Sambucus elderberries may also hold some potential in promoting balanced blood glucose levels, but clinical data is currently lacking.**
Elderberry/Sambucus products, which may supply the berry, berry juice powder, or blossoms, are commonly available as capsules, lozenges and syrups. More traditional methods for Sambucus elderberries or Sambucus elderflower supplementation include boiling dried elderflowers or berries for infusion in teas. Elderberry syrup (also known as Sambucus syrup) and Sambucus tea may be especially useful for soothing sore throats and supporting respiratory comfort during seasonal immune challenges.**
Elderberry/Sambucus Directions for Use
Never start a supplement containing elderberries, or any other herbal or nutritional supplement, without first consulting your doctor or primary care provider. Common dosages for sambucus elderberry extracts or elderberry syrup is typically 1 teaspoon a day, or anywhere from 500 mg to 1,500 mg daily when taken in capsule form.**