Elderberry & Vitamin C Gummies

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Packed with immune boosting nutrients, including Vitamin C, Zinc and Elderberry, this gummy is a popular way to get antioxidants and build up a potential defense against viral attacks on our bodies that often occur during peak cold and flu season. With these elderberry and vitamin C gummies, you don't need to worry about swallowing capsules or dealing with negative side effects such as digestive upsets.

Health Benefits Boosts immunity, eases cold and flu symptoms, increases energy, improves iron absorption
Ingredients Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Isomalt, Glucose, Pectin, Citric Acid, Artificial Elderberry Flavor, Vegetable Oil (contains Carnauba Wax)
Ingredients country of origin: USA
Manufacturer country: USA
Amount: 60 gummies
Bruto weight: 150g (0.33lb)
Usage: As a dietary supplement, take two (2) gummies once a day

Warning: Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing women, children under 18 and individuals with known medical conditions should consult their physician prior to taking.

Science Behind This Product

Elderberry for Respiratory Health. Elderberry may be a safe option for treating viral respiratory illness, and there is no evidence that it overstimulates the immune system.

Elderberry for Respiratory Health. Supplementation with elderberry was found to reduce upper respiratory symptoms substantially. The quantitative synthesis of the effects yielded a sizeable mean effect size. These findings present an alternative to antibiotic misuse for upper respiratory symptoms due to viral infections and a potentially safer alternative to prescription drugs for routine common cold and influenza cases.

Vitamin C and Immunity. Vitamin C contributes to immune defense by supporting both innate and adaptive immune systems' cellular functions.

Zinc for Respiratory Health. Although Zn's therapeutic effects are considered inconsistent, the existing evidence-based data indicate the efficiency of Zn supplementation and improvement of Zn status in preventing pneumonia and its complications due to the anti-inflammatory effect of zinc.

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