I added elderberry gummies into my daily vitamin routine last winter and am stocking up on elderberry for this cold and flu season!
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Sometime this past winter, I finally started ordering more of my household products and vitamins. There were a few products that I needed every month and I was tired of trying to remember them every time I went to the store. One of the items I began stocking up on was Sambucol Elderberry Gummies.
Yes, I can make my own gummies. Making my own elderberry syrup isn’t as easy and convenience was top of mind as we were traveling each weekend to see my dad. Then the pandemic hit, and I was going to stores even less. Online ordering was the easiest thing for me to do – just add all of my items throughout the month and ship everything at the beginning of the month. Oftentimes, I can get a discount for my purchases or free shipping.
So why am I excited about the Sambucol Elderberry Gummies? A number of reasons:
- they offer natural immunity support
- black elderberry is high in antioxidants
- they can be used by adults and children 4 years old and up
My kids take elderberry gummies daily, and I’ve been taking them daily since last fall. A few years ago, I came down with a fever and flu-like symptoms. I didn’t test positive for the flu, but to help relieve some of my symptoms my mom suggested I try elderberry syrup. I did and felt better soon after. Last winter was the first time I didn’t have repeated sinus infections and colds, and I attribute a lot of this to my daily usage of multivitamins and elderberry gummies.
Sambucol also offers their Original Syrup and the Sambucol Immune Powder Drink with Vitamin C. I like having a drink powder to take when I’m feeling like I need an extra boost to my immune system.
You can find all of these products at Walmart, Target, CVS, Walgreens, GNC, The Vitamin Shoppe, Ralphs, Vons, Safeway, and Kroger. To find the closest location to you, visit sambucolusa.com/pages/store-locator.