Homemade Elderberry Syrup! Used to prevent colds and flu. We take it at the first sign of flu season and continue to take it daily throughout the winter months. Tastes great, my kids LOVE it! realfoodrn.com

Homemade Elderberry Syrup! Used to prevent colds and flu. We take it at the first sign of flu season and continue to take it daily throughout the winter months. Tastes great, my kids LOVE it! realfoodrn.com

Elderberry syrup gummies are a great way to help boost y children's immune systems.

Elderberry syrup gummies are a great way to help boost y children's immune systems.

Recipe for Elderberry Syrup - can be used as a delicious dessert topping or as a natural anti-flu medicine!

Recipe for Elderberry Syrup - can be used as a delicious dessert topping or as a natural anti-flu medicine!

Elderberry syrup is an ancient folk medicine used to boost immunity, overcome…

Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry syrup is an ancient folk medicine used to boost immunity, overcome…

Homemade Elderberry Syrup Recipe | Wellness Mama. This stuff is awesome! A bit pricey though, will have to try making myself.

How to Make Elderberry Syrup to Avoid the Flu

Homemade Elderberry Syrup Recipe | Wellness Mama. This stuff is awesome! A bit pricey though, will have to try making myself.

Elderberry Benefits PLUS a Recipe for Elderberry Syrup - Grow REAL Food - Organic, Non-GMO Food in Your Backyard

Elderberry Benefits PLUS a Recipe for Elderberry Syrup - Grow REAL Food - Organic, Non-GMO Food in Your Backyard

Ginger has been used for thousands of years to soothe tummy aches, nausea and indigestion. And according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, it has also history of use for "flu-like symptoms, headaches, and painful menstrual periods.” I like to keep this ginger syrup on hand during the cold winter months along with other syrups, tinctures and teas that support the immune system. Suggestions for delicious ways to use it are in the post!

Ginger Syrup

Ginger has been used for thousands of years to soothe tummy aches, nausea and indigestion. And according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, it has also history of use for "flu-like symptoms, headaches, and painful menstrual periods.” I like to keep this ginger syrup on hand during the cold winter months along with other syrups, tinctures and teas that support the immune system. Suggestions for delicious ways to use it are in the post!

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