Elderberry Extract Market Continues to Grow

According to Technavio reports, the elderberry market will grow at a CAGR of 6.52% from 2021 to 2025.

Elderberry may help improve colds:Black elderberry, which has been used for centuries in the field of health, contains a variety of nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidant molecules and anthocyanins. Free radicals of all kinds and help improve their damaging effects on cells and tissues, and are highly effective in supporting healthy immune cell function.


A clinical trial of European black elderberry extract showed that elderberry supplementation shortened the duration of colds and reduced cold symptoms in subjects after long-distance travel. In addition, a meta-analysis published in 2019, including 180 participants in four clinical trials, showed that elderberry may reduce the severity and duration of upper respiratory symptoms in cold and flu patients.

Black elderberry is also rich in plant flavonoids, which are good antioxidants for the human body, helping to eliminate free radicals in the body and prevent damage to human cells. Based on its antioxidant activity, long-term consumption of black elderberry is also thought to help lower cholesterol, improve vision, and enhance heart health.

Elderberry extract, which is the fruit of the elderberry plant of the Lonicera family, is a strong oxidant, which can scavenge free radicals and prevent aging. Refreshing and natural, it can instantly refresh tired eyes. Enriched with elderberry anthocyanins, it refreshes and moisturizes the eye area. Combined with a cooling eye mask, the effect is even better, it can tighten tired eyelids and wrinkled eyelids, help reduce puffiness, dark circles, and make eyes full of vitality.

More efficacy is being studied: The breadth of research on elderberries is also increasing. For example, preliminary research shows that polyphenols from berries high in flavonoids such as elderberries can affect the balance of microorganisms in the gut.

The elderberry extracts produced by XIAN YUHUI all come from imported black elderberries. The raw materials are traceable, the products meet international standards, and third-party testing and certification can be provided.