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Black lilac, or what?
Black without wild he was once called birch or hank. It has a very long history in Poland, it is an important medicinal plant that has served Poles for hundreds of years to treat many diseases.
Black without properties
Today, black lilac has been well studied. We know that it shows properties:
Such comprehensive action is due to presence tannins, glycosides, pectins, fruit acids, vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, potassium, iron, aluminum and sodium.
Elderberry juice has been used for hundreds of years in the treatment of colds, flu, common viral infections. Perfectly checked for childhood diseases, quickly put on the feet of adults. Forgotten for some time, now it is coming back to favor and is more and more often used, also in the treatment of allergies, coughs, runny nose and gout.
How to prepare elderberry juice?
Black lilacs should be collected. It's difficult for some, for others a challenge and sometimes even pleasure. The place we choose for the collection is not without significance. It's best if it's away from the street. Black lilac grows on shrubs, but they usually grow so strongly that they resemble trees.
We collect fruit when ripe, on a sunny, dry day.
We prepare elderberry juice as follows: we take half a kilogram of harvested fruit and half a kilogram of sugar. The fruit is rinsed under water, we throw out unripe fruit, all used for juice should be black.
We lay in a large jar: fruit once, sugar once. Finally, cover the jar with gauze and apply an eraser. Let stand in a ventilated place for 2-3 weeks.
Then pour the resulting juice through gauze and heat in a pot, not allowing to boil. Heat until foam disappears. Pour into washed and scalded jars, close tightly, put upside down until cool.
Black elderberry juice is given during colds or prophylactic colds in teaspoons every few hours during the season.