Elderberry Syrup Kit
Elderberry Syrup Kit
We've taken the hassle out of making elderberry syrup at home!
This DIY Elderberry Syrup Kit contains a pre-filled mesh tea bag with all the elderberry syrup ingredients included. All you need to do is boil water and let the tea bag steep in the hot water. No measuring or mixing required. Easy as brewing a cup of tea.
The DIY Elderberry Syrup Kit is offered three ways:
-- As a stand-alone kit. You are able to add your own sweetener.
-- With 8 oz. of Raw Wildflower Honey, harvested by Brighton Wool & Honey Co. from their hives at Elderberry Marsh Farm
-- With 250 ml of Geauga County, Ohio maple syrup in a decorative glass log cabin bottle
If you're looking for a bit of a boost to your immune system, elderberries deserve your attention. *
These little purple berries are packed with antioxidants and vitamins. Many experts recommend elderberries as a way to prevent or lessen cold and flu symptoms.
How long will the kit keep?
If stored sealed in a cool, dark cupboard, our kit will last about a year from the date of purchase.
How do I store the syrup after I make it?
Refrigerate any syrup you have made. It will last up to 2 months if refrigerated. You can also freeze the syrup. Freezing syrup in ice cube trays makes it easy to add elderberry to your morning smoothies.
How much syrup much will the kit make?
Each elderberry syrup kit makes approximately 32 ounces.
How much elderberry syrup do I take?
We suggest a teaspoon for children and a tablespoon for adults. As with any item taken for health, please talk with your healthcare professional before taking.
Is elderberry syrup safe for children?
If using honey when making the syrup, it should not be given to children under 1 year.
Is everything I need to make the syrup included in the kit?
You will need to add water. We suggest adding a sweetener, such as honey or maple syrup.
Ingredients: Organic Dried Elderberries, Organic Cinnamon Sticks, Cloves, Organic Ground Ginger
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For educational purposes only.
Elderberry syrup is not recommended for women who are pregnant.
Consuming raw, uncooked elderberries can cause nausea.