Elderberry Powder 1/2lb - Optimally Organic
Elderberry Powder 1/2lb - Optimally Organic

Elderberry Powder (1/2 lb)

Regular price$39.95

Organic Freeze Dried Elderberry Powder
Organically Grown in the USA

A Delicious and Nutritious Immune Boost When You Need it Most!

Rich in Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants and Anthoxanthins that nourish the body and optimize Vitamin C absorption by the body.

Provides your body immune support with Flavanoids including Anthocyanins and Anthocyanidins, Quercitin, Rutin and Vitamin C.

The nutrients in Freeze Dried Elderberries support immunity, a healthy inflammatory response, a healthy upper respiratory system and healthy mucus membranes.

Our Organic Elderberries are sustainably grown and harvested in the USA and freeze dried to retain all the beneficial elements, so you receive a finished product that works!

Delicious and easy to use by adding to water, juice, smoothies, yogurts or cereals. In fact, early American settlers baked these nutrient powerhouse berries in pies because they were so tasty!

Ingredients: Organic Freeze Dried Elderberry Powder

Suggested Use: 1 teaspoon, 1-3 times per day. Powdered and easy to use by mixing in water, juice, non-dairy milk, young coconut or a smoothie. Can also be added to oatmeal, yogurt, cereals or ice cream. Store unopened or opened in a cool dry place. Refrigeration is not required.

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