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Why Black Elderberry?

Elderberries are particularly rich in flavonoids called anthocyanins. These act as powerful antioxidants to help the immune system defend itself and attack viruses.

The anthocyanins that occur naturally in the black elderberry are some of the most potent in the plant world. They can be extremely effective at preventing free radicals from causing any damage and have a remarkable ability that may help to stimulate the body's immune system. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, the highest concentration of anthocyanins are found in black elderberries – this is nearly double the amount found in any other fruit and almost 5 times higher than blueberries.

 
 

The Science of Sambucol

Sambucol® is the product of over 20 years of research, making it the most extensively researched elderberry product in the world. The activity of the flavonoids — naturally occurring antioxidants - are preserved through a unique manufacturing process. This research has since been validated and endorsed by a series of scientific trials taking place over five years, which has led to world-wide acclaim for the product.

The anthocyanins that occur naturally in the black elderberry are some of the most potent in the plant world. They can be extremely effective at preventing free radicals from causing any damage and have a remarkable ability that may help to stimulate the body's immune system. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, the highest concentration of anthocyanins are found in black elderberries &mdash this is nearly double the amount found in any other fruit and almost 5 times higher than blueberries.

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