MOLECULAR ELDERBERRY GUMMIES
How to take: FULLY CHEW 2 or more gummies daily.
Caution: For adults only. Consult a physician if pregnant/nursing, taking medication or have a medical condition. Keep out of reach of children. Natural color variation may occur in this product.
Different varieties of the Elder plant have been discovered all over the world. The Black Elder variety (Sambucus nigra) is traced back to Europe by many historians.
However, there is plenty of evidence that the elder plant was used by North Africans, Western Asians as well as several indigenous North American tribes.
Historically, and currently these small berries, which are harvested were cooked,
dried, added to teas and at times eaten raw.
Some of the conditions that the elderberry plant were said to treat included:
- Sore throat
- Stomach ache
- Sore throat
- Stomach ache
Over the past hundred years, Elderberry has grown in popularity in modern Europe and today, it is also quickly gaining popularity within the U.S. Over the past three decades, science has been dedicating countless studies to add to traditional knowledge we have regarding elderberry. Beginning in the early 1990’s, the interest in the scientific communities skyrocketed. This helps confirm that this potent berry has significant potential to positively affect your health.
Research has found that the black elderberry chockful of polyphenols. These distinctive compounds that are derived from plants, yield a variety of health benefits for your body.
Additionally, these berries are said to contain more concentrations of antioxidants than any other plant. Antioxidants help your body fight free radicals and protect against oxidative stress. This plant's remarkable list of antioxidants is led by a class of polyphenols called anthocyanins. In addition to giving fruits and vegetables their color, anthocyanins are flavonoids that also help the body resist free radical damage
Its deep, nearly black color reveals the abundance of flavonoids it contains, including:
- The flavonoid quercetin helps maintain healthy inflammation and supports normal blood sugar and cardiovascular health.
- It contains nearly four times the number of anthocyanins than other commonly consumed berries.
- Flavonoids like catechins help prevent free radicals from forming in your body.
- The antioxidant Rutin, which may support cardiovascular function and circulatory health.
According to research, increased intake of anthocyanins may contribute to a healthy inflammatory response, improved cardiovascular and cellular health, and weight loss. In addition to being rich in vitamin C and magnesium, elderberries contain minerals that support the immune system as well.
Research has found that there are many health benefits that can be associated with Elderberry. In terms of immune support and overall health, elderberry is one of the most researched and proven substances.
Maintains a healthy inflammatory response
- Promotes healthy immune function
- Enhances athletic performance
- Promotes cardiovascular health
- Supports digestive health
- Encourages a healthy response to stress
- Supports healthy cellular aging
How does Elderberry affect Heart Health?
You can benefit from anthocyanins found in elderberries in many ways, but they are especially well known for their ability to neutralize reactive oxygen species. Free radicals such as these can damage the mitochondria in your cells. Your cells generate energy through mitochondria. Your cells can't function properly when they're damaged. The body can also absorb anthocyanins easily and can help protect your cells and mitochondria against oxidative stress by inserting themselves into the outer membranes of your cells. The mitochondria in your heart cells are 35% of their volume, so anthocyanins are extremely beneficial to your cardiovascular health. Additionally, anthocyanins in elderberries are believed to support normal HDL and LDL cholesterol levels.
Not only do they safeguard your mitochondria, anthocyanins also protect your endothelial cells, which regulate blood flow and are crucial to maintaining vascular tone. Proper blood flow to your organs and skin is a key component of anthocyanins preventing premature cellular aging and supporting healthy organ function.
Can Elderberry help control symptoms of seasonal allergies?
Elderberry is often associated with managing seasonal health issues, as it should be.
According to research, elderberry supports healthy levels of cytokines, proteins that act as communication agents within your immune system and facilitate a timely and efficient response.