Friday, 14 September 2018

Give your whole family's immune system a boost with Sambucol {Giveaway}

School has started back for just over two weeks now and I don't know about you but our whole house already has a cold. Autumn has arrived which of course means dropping temperatures, rain and most of all those pesky viruses that hit us all this time of year. Today we've teamed up with Sambucol Black Elderberry to help you give your family that extra protection they need against viruses this autumn. 

Sambucol Black Elderberry is a food supplement which is packed full of black elderberries, which contain something called flavonoids. These flavonoids are a plant based antioxidant which is preserved though the unique process used to make Sambucol Black Elderberry. The use of these black elderberries in Sambucol has been researched for over twenty years ensuring you are getting the best health benefits possible. With a whole range to choose from there is a Sambucol Black Elderberry to suit everyone's needs.

Give your whole family's immune system a boost with Sambucol packaging of Immuno Forte. Giveaway on Us Two Plus You

At this time of year everyone at home needs a good immune system boost to help protect them. Sambucol Immuno Forte is perfect for the job with added Vitamin C and Zinc it gives extra support to your immune system. Already packed full of antioxidants it has a great taste that doesn't need artificial colours or sweeteners added. The great news is that Sambucol Immuno Forte is suitable for anyone over three which means it could be the only bottle you need for the whole family! There is a sugar free version of Sambucol Immuno Forte available too. 

Give your whole family's immune system a boost with Sambucol packaging of Sambucol For Kids. Giveaway on Us Two Plus You

Children catch all those bugs and viruses much faster than we do as adults which is where Sambucol For Kids can be the perfect addition to your daily routine to help you beat the bugs. Containing all those great antioxidants paired up with added Vitamin C it's perfect for children aged 1 to 12 years. With a great berry taste to the syrup that has no artifical flavours or colours it is just what children need for that extra boost. 

Since Sambucol Immuno Forte and Sambucol For Kids are both made with Black Elderberry they are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. In fact they are even gluten free!

You can purchase Sambucol Immuno Forte (£9.99) and Sambucol For Kids (£8.99). Both products are also available from Amazon, Boots, Tesco, Holland & Barrett , Superdrug, Waitrose and more.

We have one bottle of each to giveaway to one of our lucky readers! 

To enter our Sambucol Black Elderberry giveaway just use the Gleam widget below. Please take a minute to read our terms and conditions before entering.

Good Luck!

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  • Entrants must be aged 18 years or over.
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  • The winners will be selected at random from all the correct entries received before the closing date and time.
  • All prizes must be accepted as offered. There can be no alternative awards, cash or otherwise.  
  • There will be one winner who will receive the product(s) featured in the above post
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  • This giveaway will end Monday 15th October 2018 at 11:59pm


33 comments:

  1. as soon as the kids go back to school, they seem to bring all the bugs home!

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  2. Yes, I do find there's an increase in the amount of bugs and viruses in my family at this time of year.

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  3. Great giveaway to give the kids a boost through winter

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  4. There are more bugs about as soon as the children start school again

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  5. Definitely The change in temperature doesn't help.

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  6. Yes, in fact my youngest just started with the sniffles already.

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  7. I used to buy Sambucol or my elderly mother during her last few years in a care home. She certainly seemed to suffer far less, with colds and chest infections, than many of the other residents. Great giveaway - thank you

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  8. I find there's more bugs and viruses all year round. I had pneumonia from a virus caught this time last year . There's certainly a lot more around than there used to be

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  9. until just a couple of days ago, we had been ill free. so not been so bad so far. son has cold a cough/cold and is going all through the different stages of a cold. we have had the barking cough, running nose and now its more of a chesty cough. hope it doesn't stay for long as it really knocks him out of sorts.

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  10. We're quite lucky normally, winter is worse time though

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  11. I actually find that we get more bugs and viruses in the January/February period than at the moment! That may be because of an extended period of winter causing depression, which in turn, I've been told, causes the immune system to be less effective, but I can't be 100% on that!

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  12. Yes, especially as my son has no immune system so we get everything in our house!

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  13. Definately kids catch more when back in school at winter time

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  14. Yes , always get colds x

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  15. There does seem to be more of a risk of catching colds and viruses during the Autumn and Winter, especially since my husband is a primary school teacher and he catches everything going around in the school and then we all get them!

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  16. We've been sick twice already since September :(

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  17. Yes definitely around this time we have already gotten over one

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  18. Yes definitely. A combination of temperature changes and everyone back to school and sharing germs :(

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  19. Yes definitely, and as I work in retail exposed to everyone who comes in with a cold or cough

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  20. yes i think partly its due to kids etc going back to school and sharing germs, more stuffy buildings and closed windows and more likely to get wet or cold or both

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  21. Definitely, as soon as school starts up so do the sniffles.

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  22. Early to mid September seems to be the peak of our bugs etc - coinciding with school and clubs restarting after the summer break

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  23. Oh my gosh...yes!! Is it the cold morning and warm afternoons, do you reckon? My son who is 8 has had a horrible cold for days and now has come out in a dry, tickly cough too.

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  24. Their are always more bugs and viruses either just before or after chrChrist. Once your child is in school they bring everything home

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  25. Not really as we take vitamin c supplements 🙃

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  26. we suffer with a lot of colds this time of year

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  27. Yes, I feel as soon as my kids go back to school after the summer holidays, they start getting lots of colds and bugs.

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  28. Yes! My little boy I can scared of him getting all these bugs during the winter months

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  29. Yes as soon as the children go back to schooling the weather changes. Both my boys have had coughs already!

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  30. Yes. Especially as I now have 3 in school. Things get passed around lots.

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