Elderberry is a powerful antiviral plant with many benefits for our body. To benefit from its many medicinal properties, particularly against winter ailments, elderberry is used as an infusion.

Elderberry has beneficial properties for our health. The plant is anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, anti-rheumatic, antiviral and diuretic

The virtues of elderberry intervene in all seasons to help your body not to be exhausted. In winter, the plant and its antiviral action fight against colds and flu. In spring, its antihistamine properties help you deal with allergies, including the famous hay fever.

Delicious in taste, thanks to the aroma they give off, dried elderflowers are also used in cooking to make breads, jellies and condiments, etc. A delight for the taste buds!

To make an elderflower infusion, put 1 tablespoon of dried flowers in 250ml of hot water. Infuse for 10 min. Filter and it's ready.

In case of fever or flu symptoms, it is advisable to increase the doses, and to use 40 g of dry flowers per liter of water, or 10 g for a cup, it is at this dosage that the effect will be the most effective.

The classic dosage is to consume 3 cups per day, morning, noon and evening. Elderflower infusions are very pleasant to drink.

50g | 30 infusions

The indications given are not therapeutic but informative. They are based on the traditional uses of plants in herbalism. They are in no way equivalent to a medical prescription and cannot replace a prescription. To confirm the uses of this product, please seek advice from a healthcare professional.

If you do not have the necessary knowledge to use medicinal plants safely, we recommend that you subscribe to the Apothecary and or follow professional training in herbalism or consult a professional