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All Things Elderberry

All Things Elderberry
If you’ve noticed that elderberry is suddenly everywhere, you’re not imagining it. This herbal superhero is popping up all over store shelves and social media feeds. Last year, it was the third best-selling herbal supplement in the United States — with good reason. This stuff works! But how much do you know about this intriguing plant? We’re here to spill the beans about the history, fun facts, and science around elderberry. Elderberry Histo...

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Elderberry for Winter Wellness: Research Roundup

Elderberry for Winter Wellness: Research Roundup
This time of year, it seems no matter where you go—grocery stores, elevators, public transportation—someone is sneezing or coughing. Not to mention preschool pickup! Did that kid really just wipe his runny nose with his hand and then grab the doorknob? It’s enough to make you want to retreat into your house with a bottle of sanitizer and stay inside until spring. Well, there is an alternative plan that might leave you and your family a little less...

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Immune Superfood Bowl with Elderberry Crystals

In the cold weather, we have to strengthen our immune systems to prevent ourselves from getting the yucky seasonal cold or flu! We use Flora Elderberry Crystals and Acerola Powder to help our immune system fight back! Acerola Powder is an excellent source of vitamin C. One serving provides your body with 14 times more vitamin C than an orange! Elderberry Crystals provide relief from cold and flu symptoms; we also like to use it to kill our cold and...

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Boost Your Immunity This Fall

The change in season sends us back to work and school, but just as quickly, the arrival of seasonal issues can send us back home again. Millions of Americans get taken down by poor immune systems each year, with the average adult suffering from 2-3 colds annually. Those numbers are even higher for children. Our immune systems are built to protect the body from infections and diseases, but sometimes they need a bit of a helping hand. Thankfully, th...

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