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  • How long does it last?
    When stored in the refrigerator (typically on a shelf and not in the door) it should last 4+ months. It technically does not go “bad” even after that time frame it just begins to ferment and get a little bubbly (turning into wine). As long as there is no mold forming, then it is okay to consume. You can also freeze the elderberry syrup into ice cube trays for up to a year and thaw out as needed.
  • Can I overdose on elderberry syrup?
    Moderation is the key to taking elderberry syrup. You cannot overdose, however, one indicator in taking too much elderberry is more frequent trips to the bathroom. Too much elderberry can cause upset bellies. I recommend sticking to the suggested doses for optimal results.
  • Do you deliver or ship?
    Currently we are not able to deliver. We offer pick up at Tree of Life Chiropractic anytime during open office hours. Monday - Thursday. 8am-12pm and 2pm-6pm. We also ship nationwide! We use USPS and are not responsible for any broken packages. We will however, do our best to replace any broken packages. We typically ship orders out on Wednesdays. Please allow 2-3 days for shipping from the date that your order was shipped.
  • How do I order?
    All orders must be placed through my website You will be able to select the type and quantity that you would like to purchase, and then you will be able to select how you would like to receive your elderberry syrup. We have the following options available: Pick-Up @ Tree of Life Chiropractic (anytime during the open office hours listed on our Facebook page) Shipping - We ship 2 day priority mail and the shipping is calculated at checkout based on weight of your order.
  • Is it safe for children?
    While I am not a doctor or medical professional, I personally give my children elderberry syrup and feel completely comfortable doing so. It is recommended for children under the age of one (1) to only take the “no-honey" vegan version.
  • Is it safe for pregnancy/breastfeeding?
    While I am not a doctor or medical professional, I personally took elderberry syrup throughout all three of my non-high risk pregnancies, with the consent of my midwife. I also take elderberry syrup while currently breastfeeding. I recommend that you speak with your midwife or doctor if you have any questions or concerns with this.
  • Where do I pick up?
    Pick up is at Tree of Life Chiropractic at 3725 Broadway, Grove City, OH 43123.
  • How do I pay?
    You will pay directly through the website. We accept credit/debit cards, Venmo, and Paypal.
  • How much do I take per dose?
    1 Adult Serving is 1 tablespoon per day. 1 Child Serving is 1 teaspoon per day. Here is a quick reference guide to how much Elderberry Syrup you'll need based on your family size. One Adult - 8 oz - 2 weeks 16 oz - 1 month Two Adults - 8 oz - 1 week 16 oz - 2 weeks One Adult, One Child - 16oz and 8oz - 1 month Two Adults, One Child - Two 16 oz and One 8 oz - 1 month Two Adults, Two Children - Three 16 oz - 1 month These suggestions are based on each member of the family taking the recommended daily serving. The 8oz jar holds 16 tablespoons and 48 teaspoons and the 16 oz jar holds 32 tablespoons and 96 teaspoons. I am not a doctor. Before you begin any health regime, please check with your midwife or primary care physician. Most of my elderberry syrup customers take elderberry syrup year round.
  • How often should I take it?
    Daily for general immune health and multiple times a day when experiencing any cold/flu symptoms.
  • Do you wholesale?
    Yes, we do offer wholesale. Please contact me directly for more information on our wholesale agreement.
  • What does it taste like?
    It tastes like fall and feels like thanksgiving.
  • How do I get my kids to take it?
    My kiddos literately drink it by the glass; however, you may also dilute it in a bit of juice or water to help them get it down. You can also try mixing it into applesauce.
  • Is your elderberry syurp a good deal?
    When purchasing your elderberry syrup from me, you are not only saving your health and getting a better product that is not full of preservatives, you are saving money and supporting a local mama! Elderberry syrup is available in health food stores and organic grocery stores, but it is expensive. You will save about 1/3 of the price compared to retail, but my blends also contain local and all-organic ingredients. My price per ounce: 8 oz jar = $1.50 per ounce 16 oz jar = $1.25 per ounce Compared to the store bought junk: Target 4 oz - $2.32 per ounce Walmart 4 oz - $2.45 per ounce Whole Foods 16 oz - $2.25 per ounce Walgreens 4 oz- $3.70 per ounce GNC 4 oz - $5.50 per ounce
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