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Elderberry-Goji Berry Coffee


Whatever the history, coffee is here to stay as a humanly consumed beverage for the foreseeable future. Coffee contains caffeine, a stimulant that has addictive properties. As such, coffee should be consumed in moderation to avoid the negative effects that any stimulant can have on the human body and brain. At Original Wellness, LLC we offer a type of coffee unique to our wellness offering. Our Elderberry-Goji Berry Coffee is a unique Herbal Coffee blend of our dried Elderberry-Goji Berry product, spices, herbs and Colombian Coffee. Make no mistake about it; this coffee is a FULL flavored and a full bodied coffee. The coffee, once brewed, has the flavor of full bodied coffee with a fruity overtone.  We offer this Coffee in 4 varieties; Regular and Decaffeinated with options for ground or with 7 individual bags for ease of brewing by the cup.

We offer many Elderberry items, such as; Elderberry Syrup, Elderberry Lemonade, Elderberry Green Tea, and Elderberry lollipops and now we offer our very distinct Elderberry-Goji Berry Coffee. 

To help boost your immune system I would consider the recent studies done by the National Institute of Health, “Elderberry may be a safe option for treating viral respiratory illness, and there is no evidence that it over-stimulates the immune system……” ( Available in Grounds or 7 Tea bags and Decaffeinated or Caffeinated.

Over the past century coffee has been demonized and revered all around the world. At one point in the United States legal history the active ingredient, caffeine, was an Illegal controlled substance due to its stimulant effect on the animal and human body. Now, it is fully legal but should be used in moderation. The legend of coffee’s history is as follows; a farmer, in South America, while farming on a hill with his mule or donkey noticed that his animal ate a particular bean, known now as the coffee bean. The farmer notices that his mule or donkey was “stimulated” and worked faster and more intensely after consuming this particular bean. Hence, coffee entered the human diet as a morning stimulant drink. Other legends point to Ethiopian or early Arab cultivators as using the coffee bean as a drink for over a millennia or longer. In a recent study done by a researcher at the National Institute of Health; ”The main findings were the following: first, coffee may contribute to the prevention of inflammatory and oxidative stress-related diseases, such as obesity, metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes; second, coffee consumption seems to be associated with a lower incidence of several types of cancer and with a reduction in the risk of all-cause mortality; finally, the consumption of up to 400 mg/day (1-4 cups per day) of caffeine is safe.”(


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