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Elderberry is the fruit of the elder tree, a flowering shrub in the honeysuckle family. Although the tart berries improve in flavor with cooking, the leaves and stems are toxic. The highly fragrant flowers, however, are also used in cooking and to produce skin lotions and other cosmetics. Both infusions of the berry and flower are traditionally used to soothe minor skin irritations, while elderberry juice and syrup are typically taken at the first sign of a cold or the flu.


Flavor Profile:

The small berries have a tart flavor that works with most tea herbs and citrus.


Use in tea blends and to make jam, syrups, cordials and wines.



Magickal Properties:

Hidden Wisdom, Purification, Healing, Abundance, Protection, Blessings




Disclaimer: Any medicinal benefits given here are a product of my own research and as such should not be taken over the advice of trained medical professionals. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you are ill, please go and see a doctor. Always make sure that anything you consume is 100% safe. If you are pregnant, consult your doctor before consuming or using something you haven’t tried before.

Elderberries (whole)

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