Sambucus nigra,Black elder,Elderberry and its narration literature.


Most Common Dosage Standardization.:

Elderberry Extract INCI Name Sambucus Nigra Berry Extract CAS 84603-58-7 EINECS ELINCS No 283-259-4 Drupe European elder American Elderberry Sambucus canadensis L Black elder Sweet Elderberry Sambucus cerulea var mexicana Sambucus orbiculata Sambucus mexicana Sambucus canadensis Sambucus simpsonii photo picture image Flowers: 500mg (standardized extract), 2-3 times a day.
 Flowers- 5% bioflavonoids per dose.
 Tea: Pour 5 ounces of boiling water over 2 heaping teaspoonfuls of dried elder flowers, steep and drink 1~2 cups, 3 times a day.

 Elderberry-flower tea is made by steeping 3 to 5 g of dried flowers in 1 cup of boiling water for 10 to 15 minutes. A typical dosage is 1 cup 3 times daily. Standardized extracts should be taken according to the directions on the product's label.
 Berries: Capsules - 500mg (standardized extract), 2~3 times a day.
 Berries: Liquid extract:1 tablespoonful (15ml), 2-3 times a day for 3~4 days.
 Berries: Capsules - 500mg (standardized extract), 3 times a day.
 Berries: 30% anthocyanins with 8% total acids and 7% total phenols per dose.
 Elderberry fruit syrups are often standardized to 30~38 percent elderberry.
 Powdered extracts are dosed at 500 mg (capsule) 2~3 times daily.
 Liquid form, dosed at one teaspoonful (10 mL) 4 times daily.
 For children one teaspoon times per day.
 In the case of acute viral infections, course of treatment is generally at least three days.
 The most current available medical and scientific literature indicates that this dietary supplement should be standardized to:

 The flower preparations are usually administered as teas and alcoholic extracts, and are often found in composite herbal remedies. The traditional dose is 3-5 g of the flower, and this is typically administered 2-3 times a day. Topical cosmetic preparations are used for the skin and eyes. Sinupret contains 18 mg of powdered elder flower extract per dose in combination with other herbs, and Sambucol (a standardized elderberry extract) is marketed in the U.S. by both J.B. Harris and Nature's Way.

 Combinations: The flowers may be combined with Achillea and Mentha piperata for colds and influenza, or with Achillea and/or Hyssopus in influenza. For catarrhal states Sambucus can be combined with Solidago.


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  • Name:Elderberry Extract
  • Serie No:R074.
  • Specifications:10:1 TLC.
  • EINECS/ELINCS No.:283-259-4
  • CAS:84603-58-7
  • Chem/IUPAC Name:Sambucus Nigra Berry Extract is an extract of the berries of the elder,Sambucus nigra,Caprifoliaceae
  • Other Names:Sambucus Nigra,European elder,Sambucus canadensis,American elder,Holunder,Sureau,Sauco,Autum-Flowering Elder,Blue Elderberry,bourtree,Bore Tree,danewort,dwarf elder,Hylantree,Sweet Elderberry,Sambucus cerulea var. mexicana,Sambucus orbiculata,Sambucus simpsonii,Sambucus caerulea,Sambucus ebulus,Sambucus pubens,Sambucus racemosa,Sambreo,Jie Gu Mu Guo.

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Elderberry Extract INCI Name Sambucus Nigra Berry Extract CAS 84603-58-7 EINECS ELINCS No 283-259-4 Drupe European elder American Elderberry Sambucus canadensis L

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