ELDERBERRY SYRUP WITH GINGER
Sugar, drinking water, Sambucus nigra, fresh Ginger,citric acid.
The recommended dilution of the syrup is 1: 8 syrup:drinking water
Caloric content of 100 ml product - 290 kcal / 1216 KJ;
Protein 2g; Fat 0g; Carbohydrates70g
Does not contain colorings, flavorings and preservatives
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What you should know about Ginger:
Ginger is gaining more popularity among people inspired of healthy living. It supports the treatment of headaches, problems with blood pressure, cholesterol, respiratory problems, colic, asthma attacks, stomach upsets. Ginger has a positive impact on brain activity and is suitable for reception of people suffering from loss of concentration and poor memory. It counteracts successfully of enzymes responsible for the development of cancer cells. Antibiotic properties make it an ideal cure for flu. Ginger has an extremely strong immune restorative action, making it preferred natural product for consumption during periods of colds.
Elderberries contain organic pigments, tannin, amino acids, carotenoids, flavonoids, sugar, rutin, viburnic acid, vitaman A and B and a large amount of vitamin C. They are also mildly laxative, diuretic and diaphoretic. Flavonoids, including quercetin, are believed to account for the therapeutic actions of the elderberry flowers and berries. According to test tube studies these flavonoids include anthocyanins that are powerful antioxidants and protect cells against damage.
Laboratory researches have determined that elderberry stimulates the body's immune system and is beneficial for treating cancer and AIDS patients. The wide range of medical benefits (from flu and colds to debilitating asthma, diabetes, and weight loss) is probably due to the enhancement of each individual's immune system.
According to studies, anthocyanins contained in Elderberry enhance immune function by boosting the production of cytokines. These unique proteins act as messengers in the immune system to help regulate immune response, thus helping to defend the body against disease. Further research indicated that anthocyanins found in elderberries possess appreciably more antioxidant capacity than either vitamin E or vitamin C.
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