The Dancing Web

Nada Khodlova, MA, BC-DMT, LCAT


Brewster, NY

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A rich and stock full of healing nutritional goodness kind of syrup. Red, rich,  tasty,  with a super berry power punch. It is supportive to all systems. I take a tablespoon of this syrup every morning...I combine it with pomegranite juice and beet kvass, yum! Pour on ice cream, pancakes, cereal, or....tell me what your favorite way of taking it is!


Delicious ingredients are  Schisandra berry, Hawthorne berry, Elderberry, Rosehips, Cinnamon, Cardamon, Ginger root, Clove, honey, and all organic, all love.


Schisandra gets its name due to the berries having quite a complex taste, since they hold five distinct flavor properties: bitter, sweet, sour, salty and hot. Chinese folklore says that Schisandra can "calm the heart and quiet the spirit". Classed as an adaptogen, Schizandra has a long history of folkloric use in China and Tibet and more recent folk applications in Russia. It is an excellent tonic and restorative, helping in stressful times and increasing zest for life. Schisandra is a major tonic herb and acts throughout the body, strengthening and toning many different organs.


Elderberry has gotten popular (for good reason) in preventing and treating colds and flus.  Elderberries have a long history of medicinal use in Europe and many a lore to be told. Elderberries contain Vitamins A, B, and C, as well as tannins, amino acids, and flavonoids (including some that are powerful antioxidants). Elderberries are used to boost our body’s immunity and to promote regulation of our immune system for better defense against threats. It has been used to speed recovery from cold and flu viruses.


Hawthorne  has been praised over the centuries for it's heart elevating properties. Believed to uplift and strengthen both the physical and emotional heart, hawthorn, as it supports healthy cardiovascular function, was also revered for ceremonial and spiritual purposes. Hawthorn is considered to be a particularly symbolic tree with many folktales and magical myths surrounding it, hawthorn was "sacred tree medicine" to the ancient Druids, and was said to house fairies, specifically when growing with oak and ash trees.


The rose hip, also called the rose haw, is actually the fruit of the rose. These fruits are one of the most concentrated sources of vitamin C available.


*These statements has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For educational purposes only.



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