Norm's Farm Children's Elderberry Syrup 8 oz.
Regular price $22.35 USD
Norm’s Farms Children’s Formula is formulated especially for children, and adults love it too!
Children’s Formula contains 50% of Elderberry Extract and 50% unsweetened, all natural blueberry juice.
Blueberries are another berry well known for their antioxidant super powers and because they are naturally sweeter than elderberries, the combination yields a great tasting extract that can be given to kids, aged 2 to 12, one teaspoon at a time.
- High Fructose Corn Syrup Free
- Made In the USA
- No Artificial Ingredients
- No artificial sweeteners, sugars or alcohol
- Sourced from North America
Elderberry Fruit Extract, Blueberry juice from concentrate, malic acid (less than .03% by volume).
For ages 2 to 12, 1 teaspoon daily. Or put that in a cup, water it down a little and drink it like juice! That's how our kids like it. :)
This item ships to the US in aprx. 6-12 days.
In the study conducted in early 2019, the total effect size for flu symptoms was 2.074. This means that roughly 98% of people who take elderberry for the flu will improve faster than the average person with the flu who does not take elderberry. Similarly, 41% of people who take elderberry for the common cold will improve faster than the average person who does not take elderberry.
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