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Elderberry PLUS Syrup Kit. (1) makes approximately 48oz

We have done all the work and sourced totally organic ingredients and brought them together in an easy to use kit.

Kit includes following ingredients in a muslin bag to make approximately 48oz each.

Organic Dried Elderberries
Organic Cinnamon Stick
Organic Ground Ginger Root
Organic Dried Turmeric Root
Organic Whole Cloves

All you need to add water to boil and we recommend adding your own local raw honey.

Ships in an easy to use pouch.

nt. wt 3.75-4.oz

1. Pour about 6 cups water into medium saucepan and add elderberry muslin bag (do not add honey!)
2. Bring to a boil and then COVER and reduce to a simmer for about 45 minutes. At that point, remove from heat and let cool enough to be handled.
3. Discard the elderberries and other ingredients (or compost them!) and let the liquid cool to warm. Add honey to your liking (We do 1 cup of honey) and stir well.
4. When honey is well mixed into the elderberry mixture, pour the syrup into a quart sized mason jar or glass bottle of some kind.
5. That’s it! You just made homemade elderberry syrup! Store in the fridge and take regularly for its immune boosting properties. Some sources recommend taking only during the week and skip the weekends to boost immunity.
6. Standard dose is ½ tsp to 1 tsp for kids and ½ Tbsp to 1 Tbsp for adults. If the flu does strike, can take the normal dose every 2-3 hours instead until symptoms disappear.

Whatever you feel will last more than a month you can freeze. Pour into ice cube trays to bring out later or any other freezer safe container.

Elderberry Plus Syrup Kit - Makes Approx 48oz Organic syrup

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