Botanical Name: Sambucus nigra
Also called Black Elder, European Elder, and Common Elder. Whole, dried elder berries are most often used medicinally, especially for infusions, to combat colds and the flu. They are also used to make jams, jellies, chutney and cordials. Individuals should consult a qualified practitioner before beginning any herbal regimen.
If carried on your person, elderberries are said to ward off attackers of every kind as well as negativity. Hung over doorways and windows it keeps negativity from the house.
Elder can give prosperity to the household. It is used at weddings to bring good luck to the couple. Elderberries placed under the pillow can help with difficulty sleeping.
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The metaphysical uses listed are for reference only. They are simply uses that can be found in metaphysical books and spiritual herb books.
Elder Berries whole 1oz (Sambucus nigra) 1 oz., Used in Holistic Healing, Protec
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