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Elderberry

Sambucus nigra canadensis

Elderberry has been used as plant medicine for centuries by native peoples. It is also a favorite of many modern herbalists. Extracts from the flowers and fruits help to reduce the incidence of cold, as well as shorten the duration of cold and flu symptoms. The first book about the medicinal properties of Elderberry was written by German physician Martin Blochwich in the 1620s.
Elderberry

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  • Awesome

    Yiorgos Bosnakis

    It was a great class. Straight to the point and with information on how to identify it if you’re interested in foraging.

    It was a great class. Straight to the point and with information on how to identify it if you’re interested in foraging.

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  • excellent Course

    Steven Paquette

    I enjoyed this course very much. Since l'm living on my 80 acres of land, I have elderberries all around me but never new how to process them or use them. Th...

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    I enjoyed this course very much. Since l'm living on my 80 acres of land, I have elderberries all around me but never new how to process them or use them. Thanks so much!

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Who is this course for?

Do you have an interest in Natural Home Remedies, Wild Foraging, or Herbalism? Making Elderberry Syrup is a simple, fun, and easy way to get started! No experience with home remedies or cooking required. This course is short, simple to follow, and perfect for all skill levels.
Who is this course for?

Meet Your Course Instructors

  • Meg Mead

    Meg Mead

    Meg Mead is a nature/health nut. Before becoming a professional mother, Meg was a professional dancer that toured Broadway, worked with the NYC Rockettes and taught dance and fitness for years, and a vegetarian since the age of 12. For the last 9 years, Meg has been a mother (has 5 kids ages 2 through 9), a homesteader, gardener, farmer, home school teacher, the family herbalist and holistic teacher.
  • Joel Graves

    Survival Instructor, FL

    Joel Graves

    Joel is the Co-Founder & Owner of American Survival Co., a Certified Survival Instructor, & Former Special Warfare EOD on Seal Team 2. Having completed 355 missions as a Naval Special Warfare Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician on Seal Teams 2 & 4, Joel leverages his tactical and combat experience to prepare civilians, military personnel and organizations for international and domestic threats. Following his retirement from special forces, Joel spent six months in a long-term survival program where he slept in the field for 5 months, living off the land, and honing his survival and bushcraft skills. In addition to teaching bushcraft and survival courses, Joel has shared his experience behind the scenes for multiple television networks including DisneyPlus, Discovery Channel's NAKED and AFRAID, and BREAKING DAD. He also put up fierce competition in Discovery Channel’s Bushcraft Build-off and truly has a great love for teaching people of all ages the skills they need to survive!

Course Curriculum

  • 1
    Welcome: Meg Mead
    • Making Elderberry Syrup with Meg Mead
    • The Dos & Don'ts of Elderberry and COVID-19
    • Herbal/Plant Health Disclaimer
  • 2
    Identifying Elderberry
    • Before You Forage
    • Foraging for Elderberry (Sambucus nigra canadensis): Identification & Cautions - by Joel Graves with American Survival Co.
    • Elderberry (Sambucus nigra canadensis) Photos: Identiying Features
  • 3
    Making Elderberry Syrup
    • Ingredients & Materials Needed
    • Ingredient Review & Getting Started
    • Sweetening & a Taste Test!
    • Bottling & Storage
  • 4
    Final Thoughts
    • Questions? Contact me!