Elderberries are picked from the Sambucus nigra shrub commonly found in parts of North Africa, Europe and Asia. Elderberries are wild-harvested or collected from commercial plantations when black and fully ripe.
The berries are packed with antioxidants and vitamins that may boost your immune system. Elderberries have a faint sweet smell and have a very aromatic and sweet but also slightly bitter taste.
Botanical Name: Sambuscus nigra
Also known as: Black Elder, Holunder, Sureau, Sauco, Boretree, Pip tree, Devil's Wood, Sabuco, Khamaan Kabir, البلسان نبات