Some of the more significant studies that showed good results used a daily dose between 600mg and 900 mg of Elderberry extract and it is suggested that the anthocyanosides are the active ingredients that provide much of the health benefits.
When looking for the best Elderberry supplement look for ones that come close to the amounts used in clinical studies and avoid other supplement review websites because most recommend one with very little Elderberry.
The most recommended elderberry supplement in the world, which is on our comparison chart, has less than 3 servings of 600mg in the entire bottle. Others on our chart have over 120 servings at 600mg in a bottle.
The most recommended Elderberry supplement from 5 review websites has only 1500mg of Elderberry extract in the entire bottle, which is very low compared to one we found with 69,000mg per bottle and for a much cheaper price. See our comparison charts below.
Some review websites also recommended products with less than 0.04% of anthocyanosides (the healthy compounds).
There are even brands on this list that show up in our research that continuously show to be very low ingredient supplements, some that may be even shady in their business practices, and some that we have found with consumer complaints on the better business bureau website.
I would only consider using and trying the products from the top 7 on this comparison chart.
I discuss many of the reasons why websites will recommend supplements that are overly expensive and with low active ingredients HERE . . . .