Elderberry could provide jet lag relief: researchers

elderberry bush with berries being picked
The negative health effects of international air travel are well documented, but it’s possible that the common elderberry can provide some relief, according to Griffith University researchers. Associate Professor Evelin Tiralongo and Dr Shirley Wee from Griffith’s Menzies Health Institute Queensland have completed a clinical trial showing that an elderberry supplement can provide some protection

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