Want to know how to use elderberry tincture for weight loss? It is simple and it really works, so continue reading this article and find out.
Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) is one of the most powerful natural antivirals out there. The tincture made from elderberries has an amazingly strong antiviral action hardly matched (if) by any synthetic drug on the market.
An eminent Israeli researcher, Dr. Madeleine Mumcuoglu revealed elderberry extract blocks class A and class B viruses from penetrating the cells of the human body. The results of her studies are staggering and jaw-dropping!
But there’s even more to elderberry tincture than just its antiviral property, something you didn’t expect. Elderberry tincture is especially effective in weight loss! So if you ever wondered…
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Elderberry Tincture for Weight Loss Is it Any Good? A True Story.
The answer is YES! Elderberry tincture is a great natural supplement for weight loss, with no side-effects whatsoever. The only thing to look into is to pay attention to the dosage and use it correctly.
I personally know someone who has some 20 kg (44 lbs) over her normal weight.
She started taking elderberry tincture to start losing the weight. Over the course of 3 months, she lost around 15 kg without much effort. She continued to eat the same but in the first two weeks, she felt her bowel transit working better and she started eliminating water without retaining it.
Right off the bat, she lost 3 kg (6 lbs) during the first couple of weeks. She continued the intense treatment with elderberry tincture and, in addition to losing weight while eating the same amount of food, at one point she began to no longer feel the same urge to eat. Her appetite was adjusting to her new, normalized weight without making an effort to refuse foods or overindulging.
By the end of the 3 months she managed to lose almost 15 kg (33 lbs), and now only this, but her appearance changed for the better. She had better-looking skin from the first few weeks of taking the elderberry tincture. Her skin turned lighter and more glowy and overall she looked many years younger than her actual age. This is perhaps due to the detox action of the elderberry tincture.
So yes, elderberry is great for weight loss as well as making one appear younger and fresh.
How to Use Elderberry Tincture for Weight Loss
The scheme treatment if very simple, and if you follow the steps below, you are guaranteed to experience healthy weight loss using elderberry tincture. Here we go.
- Day 1: Take 1 tsp of elderberry tincture at 18:00 pm on an empty stomach (before dinner).
- Day 2: Take 2 tsp of elderberry tincture at 18:00 pm on an empty stomach (before dinner).
- Increase the dosage by 1 tsp a day until day 7, when you take 7 tsp of elderberry tincture, the same way.
- Continue with taking 7 tsp/day at 18:00 pm on an empty stomach for the following 30 days, with no interruptions.
- Follow the treatment for at least 30 days, and no longer than 90 days.
Important! The gradual increase in dose is necessary to prevent diarrhea or abdominal colic. If, as the dose increases, you still experience severe diarrhea, couple the elderberry tincture with oak bark powder (Quercus robur) or silverweed powder (Potentilla anserina) by taking 2-3 tsp sublingual per day. Reduce the elderberry tincture dose or discontinue the treatment if diarrhea persists. If by any chance you experience bloating during this treatment, take 1-2 teaspoons of cumin or fennel powder daily.
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Elderberry Tincture for Weight Loss Side Effects
Elderberry tincture has a strong laxative and purgative effect, so one should be cautious when taking more than 2 tbsp/day. Except for when you use elderberry tincture for rapid weight loss or for relieving constipation. In these cases, it is recommended to take the tincture together with 1 or 2 teaspoons of common lady’s mantle powder (Alchemilla vulgaris) or oak bark powder (Quercus sp.) daily, to control the intestinal transit.
Elderberry tincture and fresh elderberry juice are not recommended in acute and chronic diarrhea, and fermentation colitis.
People who have a sensitive colon or frequently suffer from bloating should couple elderberry tincture with herbs that have carminative and anti-inflammatory action on the bowel, such as fennel seeds, cumin seeds, basil, and mint.