Cold & Flu Relief Elixir

downloadA concoction of Elderberries, Echinacea root and leaves, honey and alcohol, this brew is especially made to support and counteract with cold and flu viruses.

Echinacea is an immuno-stimulating herb that targets at warding off the virus. Elderberry is again an immune tonic which supports in warding off viruses and also immunizing our body. Honey makes it even potent as honey is both antioxidant and immune building.

Taken on the first symptom of cold and flu, works quickly in warding off the viruses.


Dosage: 3-4 droppersful (approx. 4-5 ml)/ 1/2tsp every 4 hours. Gradually decrease the dosage when the symptoms start vanishing. Child dosage is 1/2 of an adult dosage.


Safety & Precautions: Echinacea and Elderberry are safe to use for children and adults. But as Echinacea is an immune stimulating herb, do not use after 2 weeks of continued use. If you have to use, usually a rest period of 3-4 weeks is required for a body before usage of an immune stimulating herbs. Pregnant women are advised not to use. Safe to use for childred above 2 years old.

Direction of use: Dilute in a cup of warm water and drink straight.

Ingredients: Echinacea Roots & leaves (Echinacea purpurea), Elderberries (Sambucus spp.), 65% Ethanol extraction of 40 Prof organic Grape Alcohol (Dilution of 40% alcohol, 60% distilled water), 35% Wildflower honey

Cold & Flu Relief Elixir

Available in 2 oz glass dropper bottle. Price is inclusive of shipping & tax.



Published by Prerna Sejal

Herbalist, Writer, Reiki Practitioner

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