Our naturally flavored agave-based syrup with real elderberry and vitamin C and zinc is free of drugs, alcohol, and dyes and safe for babies as young as 2 years old. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
Is elderberry safe for babies?
Children: Elderberry is POSSIBLY SAFE in children 12 years of age or older when taken by mouth for up to 10 days. There isn’t enough reliable information to know if it is safe for children younger than 12 years of age to take elderberry.
What does elderberry do for babies?
“Many parents struggle with illness when their child first goes to school, and elderberry syrup may help to promote immune coordination and overcome flu season. There are many ways to incorporate this natural supplementation into your child’s diet.
Can a 10 month old have elderberry syrup?
In addition, there is very little safety data available on elderberry usage in babies. She recommended using a baby syrup (which does not contain raw honey) only for infants who are 10 months and older.
How much elderberry should a child take?
The recommended doses for daily immune support* for kids are: 2-3 years of age: 1 tsp (5 ml) per day. 4-12 years of age: 2 tsp (10 ml) per day.
Can 8 month old have elderberry syrup?
Infants 6-12 months: Take 1 milliliter (2 full droppers) daily. Children 12-24 months: Take 2 milliliters (4 full droppers) daily. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. If your child is under medical supervision, please seek medical advice before taking.
Does elderberry have side effects?
Common side effects of Elderberry include: Nausea/vomiting (consumption of raw berries) Weakness. Dizziness.
What age can a child take elderberry?
Most of the syrups recommended below are for ages 1 and up, while the gummies and powders typically have slightly older age recommendations. (Some of the syrups also contain honey, which is not recommended before age 1.) What are the benefits of elderberry syrup?
Why can’t babies have elderberry syrup?
Elderberries contain cyanide derivatives. Making your own syrup or purchasing other homemade syrup can put you at risk of cyanide poisoning, which can lead to serious illness, hospitalization or worse.
What’s in honey that babies can’t have?
Infant botulism is caused by a toxin (a poison) from Clostridium botulinum bacteria, which live in soil and dust. The bacteria can get on surfaces like carpets and floors and also can contaminate honey. That’s why babies younger than 1 year old should never be given honey.