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Elderberry Tonic (Ready-made)
Elderberry Tonic (Ready-made)
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Elderberry Tonic (Ready-made)

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NOTE: Currently, this product cannot be shipped but is available for local pickup. Simply choose "Pick up" as the delivery method at checkout. We will then contact you to arrange pickup at one of our area markets or our front porch. Thanks!

Give your immune system a boost! Our organic Elderberry Tonic is thoughtfully crafted with certified organic elder berries, rose hips, echinacea, ginger, cloves, yarrow, cinnamon and raw local honey.

Elder berries are packed with nutrients and minerals like iron, potassium, phosphorus and copper, as well as vitamins A, B, and C. Add some of the beneficial organic compounds that function as anti-inflammatory and antioxidant agents in the body and you have one powerful berry!

Elder berries are widely known for their ability to alleviate allergies, boost the immune system, protect against bacteria and infection, lower blood sugar, help with weight loss, moderate the digestive process and slow down the spread of cancer.

Elderberry Tonic as daily supplement has been shown to significantly lessen cold and flu symptoms.


  • Adults: 1 tbsp (15ml) daily
  • Children (over 1): 1 tsp (5ml) daily

At onset of and during illness:

  • Adults: 1 tbsp (15ml) up to four times daily
  • Children (over 1): 1 tsp (5ml) up to four times daily


  • Do NOT feed to infants under the age of one
  • Shake Well Before Using
  • Keep Refrigerated

Ingredients: Purified Water, Elderberries*, Raw Local Honey, Rose Hips*, Yarrow Leaf & Flower*, Echinacea*, Ginger Root*, Clove*, Cinnamon*

*Certified Organic

Size: 8 fl oz

This food is made in a home kitchen and is not inspected by the Department of State Health Services or a local health department.

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