Elderflowers bloom on our berry farm in early summer, and we depend on our pollinator species to cross pollinate our varieties. Elderflowers not only smell great, they have been used in traditional medicine for its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. The most common uses are for colds and flu, sinus infections, and other respiratory disturbances. *
Berries ripen in late summer and into the fall. The dark black skin and fruit on elderberry, (as well as black currant and aronia) are known to be full of vitamins and antioxidants. These come in the form of vitamin A, B and C, phenolic acids, flavonoids, and anthocyanins to name a few. *
We squeeze all the goodness out of our berries and into every bottle!
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug administration. These products are not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease.
If you are pregnant or nursing, have children under age 2 or are under medical care, we recommend asking your doctor if elderberry is right for you.