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Honey Buz natural ingredients- Elderberry for Hair and Skin care

Honey Buz all natural - Elderberry for Skin and Hair care  

Elderberry – the medicine chest of Thanksgiving

 All around us in the Hudson Valley and Northern NJ woodlands, the Elderberry shrub thrives. 

As we approach Thanksgiving – we remember to give thanks for what we learned from Native Indians and the early settlers, including natural remedies that were cultivated healing and wellness.

Happy Thanksgiving to all - The Elderberry (also known as Sambucus nigra) is one of the most common fruit-bearing shrubs of North America. To the Indians and American settlers, it was considered "the medicine chest of the common people.

Honey Buz uses Elderberry natural ingredients

Recent excavations in New England shows that colonists, regardless of whether they followed a recipe or medical advice, certainly consumed elderberries. Sandy Helsel wrote in The Herb Society of America’s Essential Guide to Elderberry, “We assume that the colonists used these recipes and ate elderberries, but archaeological excavations of a Newport, RI privy turned up real evidence – 2,508 elderberry seeds were found therein!” (1)

The history of the Elderberry goes back even further to ancient Egyptian times. It was discovered that applying elderberry flowers improved the complexion and healed burns. Over the years all parts of the elder have long enjoyed a strong medicinal reputation on their own merits.

Honey Buz natural ingredients : “Sambucus nigra" -Elderberry for Skin and Hair wellness

Sambucus nigra fruit or Elderberry is a beneficial superfruit. It is rich in phytonutrients that have both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Distilled elderflower water softens, tone and restores the skin. Elder flower infusion cleanses the skin, lightens freckles, and soothes sunburn. Its bioflavonoids promote circulation and strengthen the capillaries. (2)

Honey Buz  - why we use the superfruit Elderberry.

We use it to protect your hair, and ours. Hair follicles get fortified against damage and stress.

Because there is the added benefit of containing undecylenic acid, Sambucus nigra extract naturally preserves our bars. Undecylenic acid is an organic fatty acid that provides broad antimicrobial benefits so it purifies you as well as it keeps our bars naturally staying fresh. We use Sambucus nigra fruit extract in our Honey Buz Shampoo bars and Conditioner bars. As below-

Buz Buz Shampoo and Conditioner Bars are formulated for thinning hair, and restoring damaged hair without any harmful chemicals or preservatives.

Smooth Buz Shampoo and Conditioner Bars are made for course and textured dry hair and provide natural silkiness without chemical additives.

Honey Buz Fat Bee overnight moisture has all the fat soluble vitamins your skin needs 

Fat Bee stays fresh for at least a year without harmful chemicals being needed.

Elderberry extract blended with pure ingredients for a moisture rich super food antioxidant overnight miracle. Please note a little goes along way in this amazing overnight skin remedy. And as always full spectrum wellness, no added water to dilute Honey Buz purity and salon crafted quality.

Honey Buz wishes everyone a joyous and healthy Thanksgiving ! Please contact us for Holiday specials and gift baskets that can be made to order – and shipped direct to you.

Honey Buz gift sets

          #HappyThanksgiving  

Thank you to our additional Contributors -

Dr Axe.com-Elderberry

https://www.hvelderberry.com/what-is-elderberry

Helsel, Sandy. (2013).

The Herb Society of America’s Essential Guide to Elderberry. https://www.herbsociety.org/

www.appropedia.org/Elderberries