It works well, lasts forever, doesn’t break the bank, and leaves you the option of going scent-free or adding your favorite essential oil. A million loves for this one!

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Elderberry Plus Immune Support

Elderberry With Extra Immune-Boosting Properties

The Elderberry Plus Immune Support concentrate is a natural blend of elderberry infused with the immune-enhancing benefits of echinacea angustifolia, echinacea purpurea, red raspberry leaf, and rosehips.

This concoction leverages the synergistic effects of elderberries when paired with other therapeutic plants. Our blend is crafted to bolster your immune defenses, especially during the cold and flu season.

$21.97

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It works well, lasts forever, doesn’t break the bank, and leaves you the option of going scent-free or adding your favorite essential oil. A million loves for this one!

Sammie – Deodorant Customer

Elevate Immunity Naturally with the Elderberry Plus Immune Support Blend

Experience the Power of Synergistic Immune Support

Ingredients:

  • Elderberries boast a nutrient-rich profile with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant actions, capable of combating free radicals. Studies have identified elderberry’s antibacterial and antiviral effects. Clinical research supports the use of standardized elderberry syrup extract for managing influenza symptoms. (5)
  • Echinacea is renowned for its ability to reduce the duration and severity of cold and flu symptoms such as sore throat, cough, and fever. It is commonly recommended by herbalists for its immune-boosting properties and its efficacy in combating infections.  (6)
  • Red Raspberry Leaves are laden with essential nutrients such as vitamins B and C, and a variety of minerals like potassium, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, and iron. They also contain polyphenols, which serve as antioxidants to shield cells from damage. (7)
  • Rosehips are an excellent source of vitamin C and play a critical role in aiding the immune system to fend off pathogens. Amongst other fruits, rosehips stand out for their unparalleled antioxidant capacity, attributed to their high levels of polyphenols, carotenoids, vitamins C and E.  (7)
Elder Berry - Plus Immune Support - Directions

Elderberry Concentrate Instructions For Use

Pure, Convenient, and Free from Additives

Take it under your tongue or mix it with any drink. Free from corn syrup, artificial colors, or sweeteners, it’s pure Elderberry juice in a convenient dropper bottle, preserved naturally in vegetable glycerin.

This product is the best natural deodorant I’ve ever tried. So relieved to finally find something that actually works!

The plus of being able to change the scent to whatever I’m in the mood for and knowing that I’m helping my body is not something I take lightly, either. So glad I found this!

Britta-Deodorant Customer

Elderberry Plus Immune Support

$21.97

In stock

Frequently Asked Questions

Elderberries have health benefits such as being high in Vitamin C, antioxidants, and fiber, promoting heart health, lowering inflammation and stress, boosting the immune system, and helping with blood sugar management. 

Yes, it is generally safe to take elderberry daily as long as you follow the recommended dosage instructions, since it offers nutritional benefits and can boost the immune system. However, it’s important not to exceed the recommended daily dose.

Yes, elderberries can help alleviate symptoms and shorten the duration of influenza infection, according to studies.

Additional information

Weight 4.8 oz
Dimensions 2 × 2 × 4.5 in

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