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    Trial shows black elderberry extract may offer benefit against Covid-19

    on June 30, 2022

    Black elderberry extract has historically been shown to reduce symptoms and shorten duration of flu(1,2) and has been used for centuries with seasonal viruses.

    Several Covid-19 trials are underway examining its potential effects with the virus that has led to the global Pandemic.

    Early data from one study shows for the first time that black elderberry extract can inhibit the replication of Coronavirus, at low concentrations.

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    Our ‘berry blast’ contains a super-complex of black elderberry, blueberry and CurraNZ blackcurrant extracts, all shown to offer a multitude of health-promoting actions, as well as anti-viral properties.

    Completing the CurraNZ Immune formulation, is a powerful blend of Vitamins C, D and A, plus beta glucans and selenium, all from natural sources.

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      2.         Zakay-Rones Z, Varsano N, Zlotnik M, et al. Inhibition of Several Strains of Influenza Virus in Vitro and Reduction of Symptoms by an Elderberry Extract (Sambucus nigra​ L.) during an Outbreak of Influenza B Panama. J Altern Complement Med​. 1995;1(4):361-369. doi:10.1089/acm.1995.1.361
      3.         Tiralongo E, Wee SS, Lea RA. Elderberry supplementation reduces cold duration and symptoms in air-travellers: A randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial. Nutrients​. 2016;8(4). doi:10.3390/nu8040182
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      5.         Kinoshita E, Hayashi K, Katayama H, Hayashi T, Obata A. Anti-influenza virus effects of elderberry juice and its fractions. Biosci Biotechnol Biochem​. 2012;76(9):1633-1638. doi:10.1271/bbb.120112

     

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