One of the stables in my alternative medicine cabinet is Elderberry syrup, and during the cold and flu season, I tend to give a bottle as a gift, that is how much I believe in its versatile power. But, I have found that not everyone seems to know much about this dark and mysterious berry, …Continue reading "The Powerful Elderberry – Health Benefits And More"
E is for Elderberry Elder (Sumbucus) leaves, bark, roots and berries in their raw condition are poisonous. The culinary use lays in its syrup, which is derived from the berries, as well in creations of jams, jellies, sauces and pies. Eating the cooked berries by themselves is not advised as they are bitter on their …Continue reading "Elderberry – An A To Z Challenge Post"