Elderberry juice was used to treat a flu epidemic in Panama in 1995. This outstanding formula combats inflammation, relieves coughs and congestions, builds the blood, enhances immune system function, lowers fevers while increasing perspiration, settles the stomach, soothes flu symptoms and breaks down mucous all while allowing you to relax so body aches can be prevented. E*Berry is also used for its antioxidant activity, to lower cholesterol, improve vision, boost the immune system, improve heart health and for coughs, colds, flu, bacterial and viral infections and tonsillitis.
Elderberries have been a folk remedy for centuries in North America, Europe, Western Asia and North Africa. Today the medicinal benefits of elderberries are being investigated and rediscovered. Bioflavonoids and other proteins in the juice destroy the ability of cold and flu viruses to infect a cell. People with the flu who took elderberry juice reported less severe symptoms and felt better much faster than those who did not.
Elderberries contain organic pigments, tannin, amino acids, carotenoids, flavonoids, sugar, Rutin, Vibronic acid, Vitamin A and B and a large amount of Vitamin C. They are also mildly laxative, a diuretic and diaphoretic. Flavonoids, including quercetin, are believed to account for the therapeutic actions of the Elder’s flowers and berries. According to test tube studies these flavonoids include anthocyanins that are powerful antioxidants and protect the cells against damage.
Cinnamon and Honey:
One of the most powerful combinations for weight-loss. However, aside from that it is incredible for the immune system. When you take honey, you help the immune response. Cinnamon is a powerful herbs for coughs and for clearing sinuses.
Clove is a powerful herb that helps the immune system fight off the most stubborn of viruses and bacteria.
Ginger is great for settling the stomach and soothing the body when in stress from an illness. It is also very strong herb for boosting the immune system and speeding up the immune response to prevent any airborne illness.