Elderberries look like grapes except they don’t grow in vines but shrubs instead. Also, the berry itself has a deeper and darker purple color. You can make Elderberry into tea and it will taste divinely sweet and tart. You can brew dried elderberries as tea alone or with cinnamon sticks, cardamom, cloves, ginger, and stevia or honey (if you prefer something sweeter). Fresh elderberries can commonly be processed into jams and jellies that are great on toast. The elderberry is also packed with many health benefits. It may help you as an immune system booster, relieving urinary tract infections and allergies, and it aids in your digestive health.
Organic Way sources its certified organic elderberries directly from small-scale farm co-ops in Albania.
Elderberries produces pinnate leaves which makes up 5 to 7 oppositely arranged leaves.