Nature's Way Sambucus Original 4 Ounces (Previously Enzymatic Therapy)

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Immune System Boosting Formula | Nature's Way Sambucus Original

If you're looking for a new Immune System boosting weapon to add to your arsenal, look no further. Nature's Way Sambucus Original is 100% Kosher, Gluten free, & Certified Organic. Nature's Way Sambucus Original was formulated to help boost the Immune System & support reduced inflammation. Sambucus Original will also help to prevent & protect against Cold & Flu Viruses. Nature's Way Sambucus Original was made with only the best Elderberries & its formula is 100% quality assured. Step up your Immune System game now. Pick up a bottle today. Introducing Nature's Way Sambucus Original!!

Nature's Way Sambucus Original Benefits

  • Pleasant Tasting Immunity Formula
  • Easy Formula To Take On-The-Go
  • 100% Kosher Certified, Gluten Free, & Certified Organic
  • Made With Unique & Premium Elderberries
  • Formulated To Help Boost Immune System
  • Supports Quicker Healing & Reduces Inflammation 
  • Quality, Potency, & Purity Assured Formula
  • Helps To Prevent & Protect Against Cold & Flu Viruses

How Do I Take Nature's Way Sambucus Original?

Nature's Way recommends taking two (2) teaspoons daily. Children, take one (1) teaspoon daily. For intensive use, take two (2) teaspoons four (4) times daily. Children take one (1) teaspoon four (4) times daily. 

Nature's Way Sambucus Original Ingredients 

Nature's Way Sambucus Original Side Effects & Warnings

If pregnant, nursing, or are taking any medications, consult a Healthcare Professional before use. Keep out of reach of children.


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