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Synonyms for elderberry

a common shrub with black fruit or a small tree of Europe and Asia

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In its new portfolio of highly- nutritious health foods, Bright Foods' first product is White Rabbit Health Berry containing ViraBloc(TM), the HerbalScience scientifically derived Elder Berry food concentrate proven by leading US researchers as a safe and effective prevention for influenza and Bird Flu.
The science based HerbalScience ViraBloc(TM) Elder Berry has been rigorously tested by a leading team of United States and Singapore-based scientists including virologists, microbiologists and biochemists.
Gillian Air, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, who has made key discoveries on influenza enzymes that mediate infection, says in her peer review of the Influenza study, "There is a critical need for new anti-influenza drugs and the Elder Berry extract shows activity.
These herbs include the popular herb echinacea, the traditional and increasingly popular immune booster, elder berry, and the Chinese herb andrographis.
Course Two provides additional information on safety, standardization, market data, legal and regulatory issues, added information on the herbs in Course One, and on more herbs, including detailed therapeutic data on elder berry.
16 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Botanical Council (ABC) announces that The ABC Clinical Guide to Herbs has been updated with the addition of a new chapter on Elder berry (Sambucus nigra), a fruit primarily used for respiratory symptoms associated with influenza and colds.