Elderberry Ginger Cough Syrup

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Elderberry Ginger Cough Syrup

All-Natural Botanical Cough Syrup for Children and Adults

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This award-winning syrup (First Place Tinctures and Extracts, 2007 International Herb Symposium) is hand-crafted from traditional healing herbs in a tasty syrup base.

This all-natural syrup is traditionally used to alleviate cold and flu symptoms, such as coughing, upper and lower respiratory congestion, fever, and body aches. Elder is considered a strong immune enhancing herb. This is one of our most popular products and we have many repeat customers for this syrup alone.

Contains: Elderberry berry* and flower*, Echinacea root and flower, Ginger, Licorice, Peppermint*, Astragalus, Boneset*, White Willow*, Black Cherry, Sage*, Cleavers*, Lemon Balm*, Yarrow*, Spilanthes*, Wild Cherry bark, Hyssop*, Mullein leaf*, Elecampane root*, in a base of grain alcohol, vegetable glycerine, organic honey and distilled water.

* indicates hand-harvested by herbalist Holly Bellebuono on Martha's Vineyard island. Each batch differs slightly given availability of plant material. 4 fluid ounces, glass bottle. Must ship UPS.

We grow, wildcraft, hand-harvest, and hand-process nearly 100% of the herbs in each the products listed here. Vineyard Herbs\\\' natural medicines pack the essence and nutrients of the pristine meadows and woodlands of Martha\\\'s Vineyard, using formulary methods taught by herbalist and author Holly Bellebuono in The Bellebuono School of Herbal Medicine (distance and on-site training and certification available). All herbs are guaranteed non-irradiated, fresh, potent and to be of the genus and species described. We are a woman-owned family operated business since 1996.


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These statements are not evaluated by the FDA. These are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease.