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What are the side effects of elderberry?

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Elderberry could be unsafe if its leaves, unripe fruits, stems, uncooked fruits are consumed. Elderberry is safe until it is cooked properly. Its antioxidants work very well for a better immune system, but its antioxidants may also exacerbate autoimmune conditions such as lupus, arthritis, and multiple sclerosis.

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They say its seeds, leaves and even roots are toxic.

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Wont that make the fruit in all unsafe as well? Since the whole plant originates from the seeds

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