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Supplizen Elderberry Gummy (30 day pack)


+ Supports long term Immunity

+ 100mg Black Elderberry per serve

Contains Vitamin C and Zinc


Dried elderberry or its juice has been used for ages to treat influenza, common cold, infections and pains. Elderberry supplements serve as remedy to manage common cold. They are proven to reduce the duration and severity of common cold. Elderberry is a good source of Vitamin C and other antioxidants, helping support long term immunity by combating the harmful free radicals generated due to factors like stress.

Supplizen Elderberry Gummy (30 day pack)

Supplement Facts Serving size: 2 Gummies
Servings per container 30
Amount per serving


Calories 15
Total Carbohydrates 4 gm
Total sugar (Includes 3 gm of added sugar) 3 gm
Black Elderberry Fruit (Sambucus nigra) 100 mg
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 90 mg
Sinc (as zinc citrate) 7.5 mg
Sodium 20 mg

Other ingredients: Organic tapioca syrup, raw cane sugar, water, pectin, sodium citrate, natural flavors, citric acid, coconut oil, and carnauba wax


Dosage: 2 Gummies / Day
Total Gummies: 60
Expiry Date: 06/2022

SGD 40.00 SGD 19.01

The Science Behind Berries

Elderberries supplements have a lot of scientific support behind their efficacy. They help manage effects of long term stress, help to support long term immunity and help to combat the symptoms of common cold.

Elderberries are an excellent source of polyphenols with anthocyanins as the most representative compounds. Several in vitro and in vivo studies documented the beneficial effects of berries and their bioactive in the modulation of numerous cell functions related to oxidative stress and/or antioxidant protection. Thus berries help manage the impact of long term stress on the body. 

Black elderberry extract is proven to reduce the severity and duration of influenza/ common cold

There are several studies to support this including one where sixty individuals suffering from influenza recovered an average of 4 days earlier than the control group.

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