Elderberry Syrup – Cold & Flu Season Remedy

πŸ‡ Elderberry Syrup!! πŸ‡

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With cold and flu season upon us, I want my family to be prepared to fend off anything that comes our way.
πŸ‡ Elderberries are high in vitamin A & C, antioxidants, and have anti-inflammatory
and antiviral properties.
Ginger has traditionally been used to help with digestion and to ward off illness while cinnamon boosts immunity and can help sooth pain. Cloves also have antioxidant, anti-septic, local anesthetic, and anti-inflammatory properties!
Check out my video to learn how to make the elderberry syrup, the benefits of using local honey 🍯, dosage, and more facts!
Please feel free to share – you could be helping someone combat sickness! πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ₯

Also, Hershel used this in β€œThe Walking Dead” so it must be legit. He’s my spirit animal.

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Ingredients:
2/3C dried black Elderberries
3.5C Water
2 tbps Ginger Root
1 Cinnamon stick
5-10 whole Cloves
2tbsp fresh Lemon Juice (add at the end)
1/4-1/2C raw local Honey
*Edits:
*Bring the water to a boil and simmer for the remaining time. Cook = Simmer
*I said every 3-4 hours but you can also do every 2-3 hours
😊 I took this video after exercising this morning – crazy curly hair don’t care 😜

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