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Syrup of fresh elder.

Robin Biznis July 19.2019 Belgrade, Srbia

Elder Lat.Sambucus nigra is a medicinal herb and it uses bark, leaf and flower.Elder has antiviral and antimicrobial activity.Best soured when syrup is used.Elder is poisonous, so all parts must be processed thermally.Pregnant women may not use it.In my Serbia, syrup is covered and I give you a recipe from my grandmother.The recipe is transmitted from generation to generation.And again.SyrupIt needs to be procured-40 flowers Elder-4 Lemon-4 liters of water-I kg. HoneyHow to prepare:Wash fresh flowers with water and leave for 24 hours.Then put remove the flowers of the obtained fluid into the spore to slip,Add honey and mix until all honey is melted.Remove from spore and add some 4 squeezed lemon juices when you cool down a little.Keep the syrup in the bottle. Store in the refrigerator or in a dark and cool place.When used, the syrup is diluted with water or mineral water to taste.

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    • This is a big bush that flashes in May.
      It gives mature berries in the autumn that are used to make a moth.
      The flower that I’m talking about is used for tea or syrup.
       (lat. Sambucus nigra) is a long-standing wooden plant from the family Caprifoliaceae.
      Low wood or bush with longitudinal cracks, grayish brown, grows 3-10 m high in October. The young branches are green, sprinkled with bright dashes and with the interior filled with white marrow. The leaves are oddly feathered, opposite to the leaflets whose ribs are dentically serrated. The flowers are yellowish-white, tiny, pleasant fragrance and collected in large, shieldy, flatish blossoms whose width reaches 20 cm, the flowering is from April to June. The fruit is round, initially green, and later a black bony with 3-4 seeds. It starts to mature since August. It should be noted that black leaves are called and immature sponges, because of sambunigrina toxic.

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