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Nutritional values


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  • Product details

    Grether's Elderflower sugar-free - the tart, fruity treat with extracts of elderflower and lemon balm in the 110g gold tin.

    • Sugar-free Sugar-free
    • Gluten-free Gluten-free
    • Lactose-free Lactose-free
  • Ingredients

    Maltitol syrup, edible gelatine, apple juice, acidifier (citric acid), glycerine (1.5%), thickener (agar-agar), vegetable oil (coconut and rapeseed oil), glazing agent (beeswax), natural elderflower flavour, elderflower extract (0.14%), lemon balm extract, sweetener (acesulfame-K).

    With sweetener. May have a laxative effect if consumed in excess.

  • Nutritional values

    Content Nutritional values per 100g
    Energy 1090 kJ/260 kcal
    Fat   0,3 g
    of which saturated fatty acids  0,3 g
    Carbohydrates  74 g
    of which sugar  0,3 g
    Protein   17 g
    Salt  0 g
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Floral aroma

In combination with naturally pure apple juice, the selected ingredients ensure a spring-like taste experience. Treat yourself to a Grether's Elderflower at the first sign of a congested voice and feel the soothing effect in your throat and pharynx. The floral aroma immediately refreshes and gives your voice new momentum.

  • The flower essences of elder contain valuable ingredients
  • They are particularly beneficial for hoarseness and dry mouth.

The origin of the elder bush

The berries and blossoms of the elder bush were already used by Hippocrates in Ancient Greece. Thanks to Father Kneipp, who appreciated the many uses of elderberry, and Hildegard von Bingen, who recommended a potion made from elderberry for its diaphoretic effect, the plant is still firmly established today. The (black) elder bush grows up to 11 m high. At the end of May, the white and spicy-smelling elderberry blossoms begin to bloom. In late summer, the black berries ripen, which can be processed into juice and syrup, but are poisonous when raw. Both the blossoms and the berries can be used to prepare essences and teas.


Sun-ripened blossoms from native elderberry trees are picked and carefully selected for Grether's Elderflower. The syrup, obtained in a complex process, gives the pastilles their pleasant floral note and special aroma.