Fresh Pressed, Potent and So Good
WHY WE GROW
We are total elderberry enthusiasts! We grow Elderberry Syrups for families who love the taste and benefit of fresh elderberry. Do you want to harvest your own elderberries? Start growing with elderberry cuttings.
In 2017, Elderberry Grove farm was planted near Switsemalph in Salmon Arm, BC. Thanks for choosing locally grown elderberry.
Made by Louise & Jed, your organic elderberry farmers
This is my first year trying the elderberry tea and I have to say I quite like it. The bag contains tea berries and very little other debrie. Flavour wise it is mild and pleasantly berry tasting. If I start to feel run down or congested I brew a cup of this and feel it really helps relax and energize me.
Ordered 6 mottles online after purchasing one locally. It is very helpful during the cold and flu season and we really like the purity of this product.
I love this product. It's beautifully packaged as well as delicious. I use it in my morning smoothie or even add it to a delicious vinaigrette dressing. Will definitely be purchasing again and again.
I recently purchased your Elderberry Syrup, just in time to be hit with a virus. Syrup, hot lemon and local honey to drink and some extra essential oils and I was back to healthy and happy in 3 days. Awesome. Thanks!!
I have been faithfully taking the syrup everyday since I received it. Love the taste of it. Im trying to naturally build up my immune system and reading the comments on your product-I just had to try it! I will definitely recommend it to others!
You can not only taste the medicinal properties in a small teaspoon, but you can see them too! The color is so ultra potent and vibrant.
We heard about Elderberry Grove Farm from an Elderberry farmer in the USA, he highly recommended Jed & Louise. The website is well set up, very informative & easy to order from. Our order came quickly & well protected in the shipment box. Excellent products! We mainly take a tablespoon first thing in the morning, helps keep colds & flu's at bay. We also enjoy a drizzle of elderberry syrup on our ice cream too. Great products and fantastic way to support farmers in Canada. We highly recommend Elderberry Grove Farm.
I have been taking elderberry syrup and juice when i was diagnosed with non small cell lung cancer almost 4 years ago. between this and Chagas, i have raised my life expectancy by 4 maybe 5 years. It gives me the energy i need and i haven't caught a cold or covid in the past 3 years.
I bought them for a preventative of sickness this winter.. Will start using end of September.
Firstly I would like to thank Jed and Louise for the awesome customer service.
We always have used the syrup as a cold preventative and it’s good taste is not like any other.
I have a hard time promoting this product ,only for my own selfish reasons as I don’t want it’s availability to drop.
Where would we be without Farmers!!
Customer service was excellent when I was having problems with my cuttings. Would order from this site again!
I have been taking a tablespoon of elderberry syrup since early in the COVID era. I was in good health at the beginning. I'd been 6-1/2 years without a cold when I started. I'll be ten years cold-free in September this year (2023). I've tried several other brands. The others taste flat and processed, whereas Elderberry Grove syrup tastes fresh and alive.
I also read the science: Quercetin, which is abundant in elderberry, is a zinc ionophore. That is, it admits zinc through the cell membrane to block RNA polymerase, the enzyme that RNA viruses use to replicate. Add to that Cyanidin, which is a natural molecule abundant in elderberry (moreso than in any other natural source), which activates the SIRT6 gene, one of the key genes in reversing cell and molecular damage in the body. Those who are interested may want to start with Dr David Sinclair's published works, or refer to the educational videos produced by Siim Land (available on YouTube).
Louise was very kind with her time and all my questions via email. I still have lots of questions yet.!!
I am a herbalist. Up north we only have the red elderberry. I envision an “elderberry Grove” that I can use for personal consumption and for making medicine.
I am not a grower. I am a wildcrafter. I leave the growing to nature, so taking this on is going to be interesting! I potted my 20 starts, and they will remain in pots until I can find a place to put them in the ground, as I am a bit of a gypsy at the moment. Wish me luck!
I would highly recommend this tasty syrup as a go to for being proactive close to flu season, or to keep energy levels up, in busy, day- to- day living !