Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry Syrup has been seen in many places these days but it is not really a new thing.

Elderberries have been around forever. They have been used in things like jam, wine, pies and more. This is actually one of the ways that they were found to work so well for so many different ailments. One of my personal favorite ways to use them is in Syrup and gummies for immune support.

Both are actually quiet easy to make in just a few simple steps that anyone can do.

I have broken it down here for you😉

Step 1: summer your berries and water for 45-60 minutes.

Step 2: Strain your berries

Step 3: add your honey(alternatives are maple syrup or xylitol)

Step 4: then add your essential oils. If you do not have essential oils be sure to grab yours here as these are all vitality oil and safe for internal consumption!

Why do I use oils instead of herbs? The frequency in essential oils are much higher due to their concentration levels which helps the body to heal itself much quicker.

Step 5: pour into a jar or contain. Store in the refrigerator for up to 6 months. Recommended dosing for adults is 1 tsp daily and 1/2 tsp daily for children.

So simple and easy!

This is one of the best ways to combat the crud and support your immune system😊

Homemade Oil Infused Elderberry Syrup recipe

1 cup dried organic elderberries

4 cups purified water

1-1/2 cups raw honey

7 drops Young Living copaiba vitality essential oil

3 drops Thieves Young Living copaiba vitality essential oil

1 drop Frankincense Young Living copaiba vitality essential oil

1 drop Nutmeg Young Living copaiba vitality essential oil

1 drop Cinnamon Bark Young Living copaiba vitality essential oil

1 drop Clove Young Living copaiba vitality essential oil

1 drop Ginger Young Living copaiba vitality essential oil

Have you made Elderberry Syrup? Are you ready to try?

Author: Simple Blessing & Oils

Daughter of the King*Wife to My Love/Farmer/Firefighter*Homeschooling mom of 8 children*learning how to be more natural and save money

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