For hundreds of years, elderberry has been employed in different forms, from herbal infusions and preserves to wines and syrups. Its range of applications reflects its traditional use in Western medicinal practices.
Backed by scientific evidence, elderberry may support immune health to maintain overall well-being. It may also assist the body's natural ability to defend itself. Generally, elder berries are consumed as teas, tinctures, wines, cordials, or even ketchup, sometimes mixed with propolis and echinacea.
Dried, Whole Berry