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Elderberry tea

Elderberry tea (接骨木茶) is herbal tea. Elderberry tea also called Elder tea or Sambucus tea. Quality characteristics of Elderberry tea:
Shape: flower of elderberry
Color: yellow
Aroma: clean aroma and lasting
Soup color: golden yellow and bright
Taste: sweet after taste

Elderberry (elder or Sambucus) is a genus of between 5 and 30 species of shrubs or small trees in the moschatel family, Adoxaceae. It was formerly placed in the honeysuckle family, Caprifoliaceae, but was reclassified due to genetic evidence. Two of its species are herbaceous.
The genus is native in temperate-to-subtropical regions of both the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. It is more widespread in the Northern Hemisphere; its Southern Hemisphere occurrence is restricted to parts ofAustralasia and South America.
The leaves are pinnate with 5–9 leaflets (rarely 3 or 11). Each leaf is 5–30 cm (2.0–12 in) long, and the leaflets have serrated margins. They bear large clusters of small white or cream-colored flowers in late spring; these are followed by clusters of small black, blue-black, or red berries (rarely yellow or white).
Black elderberry has been used medicinally for hundreds of years. Some preliminary studies demonstrate that elderberry may have a measurable effect in treating the flu, alleviating allergies, and boosting overall respiratory health. It was discovered in 2010 that ingredients in S. Nigra juice prevent viruses from infecting mucous membranes. Using this datum, Dr. Linus Hollis (ScD) gathered 150 volunteers to develop a Viral Prevention Protocol that would not increase allergic sensitivity. The use of the juice as a gargle twice daily along with sinus rinsing proved effective. For the number of volunteers who found sinus rinsing unpleasant, eyedrops were developed. The concentrations are 1ml/l of juice to e either saline or eyewash. A single ml of juice is enough to gargle. Weekly monitoring of IgE showed little to no increase for all the volunteers.

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