10 Health Benefits of Elderberry 

Elderberry, or Sambucus, is high in antioxidants and minerals. Elderberries have 10 health benefits

Elderberries are known for their immunity-boosting effects. They may reduce cold and flu duration and severity due to immune-boosting components  

Immunity Support  

Elderberries include antioxidants including flavonoids and polyphenols that protect cells from free radical damage.  

High in Antioxidants  

Some research suggest elderberries have anti-inflammatory properties that may relieve arthritis symptoms.  


Elderberry anthocyanins may decrease cholesterol and support blood vessel function, lessening the risk of cardiovascular disease.  

Heart Health  

Cold and flu symptoms including coughing, congestion, and fever are treated with elderberry syrup or supplements. They may also reduce sickness.  

Flu and Cold Relief  

Elderberries are used to treat bronchitis and sinusitis because their mucolytic abilities break down mucus and reduce congestion.  

Respiratory Health  

Elderberries may limit the replication of certain influenza viruses and reduce flu symptoms, according to research.  

Antiviral Effect  

Elderberries contain fiber, which promotes regular bowel motions and prevents constipation. Mild laxative effects also exist.  

Digestive Health  

Due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory characteristics, elderberry extract is applied topically to acne, eczema, and small wounds.  

Skin Health  

Elderberries' antioxidants may protect brain cells from oxidative damage, reducing the incidence of cognitive decline and neurological disorders like Alzheimer's.   

Helps Cognition  


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