Fw: Why aren’t we growing fields of this wonderful herb?

Published Date Author: , July 30th, 2013

Elderberry is found growing wildly in North America, Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia. In 2005, researchers in London studied Black Elderberry and found that it’s 99 percent effective in fighting the Avian Flu (H5N1) virus. In Germany, scientists conducted studies that linked elderberry anthocyanins to enhanced immune function. Elderberry essentially works by boosting the production of cytokines, which are unique proteins that act as messengers that help regulate immune response. http://www.beneficialbotanicals.com http://www.quantumhealth.com/news/flu_alternatives_to_flu_vaccine.html http://www.cellgevity4life.com http://www.naturalnews.com/035452_autism_vaccinations_children.html


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