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Traditional Elderberry Syrup

Contains elderberries, raw Texas honey, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and lemon. These six basic ingredients are found in all the elderberry syrup blends. Traditional elderberry is perfect for your every day health routine to fight off viruses and boost overall immunity.

On the Mend Healing Blend

On the Mend elderberry syrup contains extra ginger and elderberries. It contains astragalus root, which protects and supports the immune system and prevents upper respiratory illness. It also contains echinacea, a natural immune booster, and licorice root, which helps treat and prevent viral infections. On the Mend is ideal to take daily during cold and flu season, or to be taken every few hours in case of illness to help you heal quickly.

Knockout Sleep Blend

Knockout elderberry syrup contains lavender and chamomile, which are both herbs known to aid in relaxation and sleep. Valerian root affect the activity of the neurotransmitters GABA and serotonin, both of which are involved in sleep and mood. Hawthorn lowers blood pressure and induces relaxation. Take Knockout at night and fall asleep naturally.

Head Shot Allergy Blend

Head Shot elderberry contains dark allergy tree honey from Weston, TX in addition to local wildflower honey. It also has stinging nettle, which helps with stuffiness and inflammation. American pine needle, a natural antihistamine, helps with allergy symptoms. A micro dose of local bee pollen helps your body adapt to allergens and heal in order to reduce allergy trigger responses.

What is the dosage for elderberry syrup?

For adults, one dose is a tablespoon

For children, one dose is a teaspoon

***For babies under 1, please purchase elderberry drops, which are honey free. 

How often do I take it?

It's a good idea to take elderberry syrup every day, morning and night, to tackle viruses before they even have a chance to take hold. If you or someone in your house gets sick, increase dosage to once every three hours. 

How should elderberry syrup be stored?

Our elderberry syrup is shelf stable until opened. After opening, please store in the refrigerator. 

How long will it last?

Once opened, it's best to consume within 30 days, although elderberry syrup can stay good for up to 3 months in the refrigerator.

Does elderberry syrup even really work?

Yes, it does! Numerous scientific studies have shown that elderberry syrup fights viruses in the body, and numerous bodies of evidence also point to its other beneficial qualities including:

--taming inflammation

--protecting heart



--reduce oxidative stress

Is elderberry syrup good for allergies?

Elderberries contain natural antioxidants and anti-inflammatory components. I sweeten my elderberry syrup with raw local honey, which has been shown to help with allergies as well. For an extra defense against seasonal allergies, check out "Head Shot" allergy blend elderberry syrup here.

I bought some elderberry syrup from the store and it was thick like actual syrup. Why isn't yours?

Most elderberry syrups you buy in the store are thickened with artificial thickeners and sugar. I don't use any of these, only filtered water and natural ingredients. I try to use a balance of ingredients to create a product that is of excellent quality and still affordable.


When I open my bottle of elderberry syrup, I hear a hissing sound/the syrup is foamy. Why is that?

It's most likely began fermenting. This can happen when bacteria gets into the bottle, or when it is not stored in the refrigerator as instructed on the label. There are two ways you can prevent this: Don't drink from the bottle, and keep it cold! Also, please consume within 30 days of opening.

*If your syrup was shipped to you, there may be a hissing sound when you open it the first time. This is probably due to changes in temperature during shipping.

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