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Optional: Pick up some blackberries too, which are basically American elderberries.
Classic Cure An immunity greatest hits, these herbal pouches pack in echinacea, elderberries, ginger, and peppermint for a warm fuzzy feeling inside and out.
The creamy white blossoms are edible, and so are the elderberries that grow on the shrubs later in the summer, but the plant itself is mildly toxic.
Echinacea can increase infection-fighting white blood cells, elderberry can help relieve nasal congestion, ginger can ease inflammation, and organic honey can lubricate breathing passages.
Look to crabapples, flowering currant, elderberry, huckleberry, forsythia, Pieris and Oregon grape.
There’s an herbal tincture called Relax, which delivers THC and herbs like motherwort, red raspberry leaf, and elderberry by the dropperful (to be dosed alone or stirred into a beverage)
Dark berries, ideally wild or foraged Berries, such as elderberries, blueberries, and blackberries, contain very high amounts of antioxidants, and also help to heal the gut.
After spending the day outside rototilling the vegetable garden, mowing the grass and picking elderberries for jelly, there was no way those steaks were going to be cooked.
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: a black or red berry that comes from a type of bush or tree with bunches of white or pink flowers
: a tree or bush that produces elderberries
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