Keeping your family healthy and adding lots of vitamins and improving immunity isn't really rocket science. Not when you have some great resources for products, blends, and recipes. Elderberry Syrup is a really simple syrup to make. You can keep it basic and just steep your dried berries for a few hours or get a little fancy. My elderberry syrup has a ton of products blended for immunity boosting, supporting, and overall vitamin C packed winter goodness. You can do it too! The process can be a bit messy when you get into large quantities but just for home steeping you can do it.
I've made elderberry syrup for ages. But when I started making it in large batches everyone wanted some, so be prepared for family and friends to want some too! I order pretty bottles and add labels but you don't have to do that. A syrup is basic. An acidic berry or fruit, sugar & honey, immunity boosting herbs and flavorings (aka herbal goodness). You can simmer it down until it is a very thick syrup or do what I do now and add tons of herbs, lemon juice and spices to make it taste even better and avoid the all day simmer. Here's what you need:
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