I keep hearing Emergen C when people talk about recovering from being sick. I’ve never used it before and I’m starting to wonder…Does Emergen C work?
I drink milk kefir daily to keep myself healthy but sometimes I get a little piece of the sickness going around. It wouldn’t hurt to give myself a little boost when this happens. But what is Emergen C?
Before I go into my two main questions of what is Emergen C? and Does Emergen C work?, I wanted to share that you can get a Emergen C free sample right now to try it out. Just click this Emergen C free sample link to get your free sample.
It took me less than a minute to complete the request. You should receive your Emergen C sample in 4-6 weeks. There’s also a $2 off Emergen C coupon available. You’ll see it after you request your free sample. It would be nice to save money on this if you like it!
Now on to my main questions…
What is Emergen C?
Emergen C has vitamin C, B vitamins, and electrolytes. It contains a combination of selected vitamins and minerals to provide immune system support. So basically these vitamins give your immune system a boost to help you fight off sickness.
Here is what they list as the Emergen C ingredients:
- Vitamin C is crucial to forming collagen, which supports the skin and internal organs.
- Vitamin E helps support healthy skin and eyes.
- Zinc helps maintain white blood cell activity and supports protecting antioxidants.
- Manganese is a mineral for healthy skin and bones and cartilage formation.
Does Emergen C Work?
There’s no concrete evidence to this but my friend says it works for her and her family every time. The key is to get it in your system before the sickness takes over. She uses it as soon as she notices a sickness creeping in. She said you can still take it when your sick and it will lessen the effects of the sickness.
I’m assuming it works for other people because it’s a pretty successful business. They keeping making different types of Emergen C products to this day.
Here’s a link to read more about the Emergen C story.
What do you think? Do you use Emergen C?