Elderberry has a lot of nutrients such as antioxidants, and vitamins A and C. There is evidence that consuming elderberry helps to fight and lessen cold and flu symptoms. Sea moss has been used as a dietary supplement for centuries, and is highly regarded by many for promoting health. Also, sea moss is a potentially rich source of iron and iodine depending on the type, and how it is prepared.
In this post, we review elderberry and sea moss products from black owned brands. These include syrups, capsules, and gels. Some of the following are affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. This means at no cost to you, Shop With Leslie will receive a commission should you use the advertisement in making a purchase.
- The Mossy Mob (advertisement) has an elderberry syrup and an apple cinnamon elderberry syrup. Both are made with organic ingredients.
- Returns Of Nature offers several elderberry products. These include an elderberry syrup, an elderberry tincture blend, and an elderberry sea moss gel in two sizes.
- Simply Wholesome offers a selection of elderberry products that include a cough syrup for children, tablets, drops, gummies, and a tea.
- Plant Based Jeff (advertisement) has sea moss capsules and dry sea moss (premium golden and wild purple).
- The Mossy Mob (advertisement) has a diverse selection of sea moss gels.
- Trini Treats (advertisement) offers a selection of sea moss that includes gel and raw sea moss by the pound.
- Bare Essentials and Roots Lyfestyle has a sea moss gel that includes regular among others (e.g., elderberry) and mango sea moss popsicles.
- Best Made Organic offers a sea moss gel made of 6 organic algae plants. Sea moss and bladderwrack capsules are also available.
In reviewing these elderberry and sea moss supplements I hope you find one or more than work for you.
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- Mandl, Elise. BSc., APD. “Elderberry: Benefits and Dangers.” 2018, March 8. https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/elderberry
- McCarthy, Carey. “Sea Moss: What you need to know about the sea plant superfood.” https://www.veggieburgerbby.com/post/sea-moss-what-you-need-to-know-about-the-sea-plant-superfood
- Mowad, Heidi MD. “The health benefits of iodine.” 2020, February 19. 2020. https://www.verywellhealth.com/benefits-of-iodine-4570996
- Web M.D. “Health benefits of elderberry.” https://www.webmd.com/diet/elderberry-health-benefits
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