Our Herbal Glycerites are very similar to our Liquid Herbal Extracts and they can be used in the same way. The difference is a slightly adjusted extraction process, which enables us to extract the herbs with natural plant glycerine instead of alcohol...
Our Herbal Glycerites are very similar to our Liquid Herbal Extracts and they can be used in the same way. The difference is a slightly adjusted extraction process, which enables us to extract the herbs with natural plant glycerine instead of alcohol.
The herb was selectively hand-gathered from its natural, wild habitat according to our exacting standards for proper identification, harvesting and processing, and has never been fumigated or irradiated.
Elderberry Glycerite is a liquid extract having laxative, diuretic, and emetic (causes vomiting) properties and may be helpful for joint pain, constipation, fluid retention, colic, diarrhea, colds coughs, bronchitis, nerve disorders, back pain, urinary tract health, asthma, and fever.
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Take two to four times per day by drinking 30 to 40 drops in a small bit of water.
Black Elderberry Glycerite is prepared from the fully-ripened berries of Sambucus nigra trees. Dry herb/ menstruum ratio: 1:4
We prepare our Black Elderberry Glycerite from the fully-ripened berries of Sambucus nigra trees which are Custom Wildcrafted in their natural wild habitat. To assure optimal extraction of Elder's bioactive compounds, the berries are hand-harvested only when fully mature, are carefully shade-dried to retain their full color and aroma, and are then thoroughly extracted.
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