Truth Origins Immune Support - A Review

#ad I was gifted a sample of Truth Origins' Immune Support to try out for the purposes of this review. However all thoughts are my own, and I haven't been paid to write this post. I do have some affiliate links in this post however, which means that if you click on them to make a purchase, I may receive a small commission that goes back into helping me keep the blog running. I only add affiliate links from companies I use myself. Thanks for your support. 

Do you know what, it sometimes feels like a full-time job keeping your immune system ticking over, doesn't it? Especially as in the Northern Hemisphere at this time of year we pretty much stop making Vitamin D from sunshine and need to keep a close eye on all the nutrients we're getting in our food. If only someone could come up with something that would, you know, give us a boost. 


Like rocket fuel for our immune system. 

Well, cue the fanfare because Truth Origins (a sister company of Truth Naturals, if it sounds familiar) has come up with exactly this. Rocket fuel, in a little bottle with a dropper. 

The idea is that you squeeze the top and dispense four droppers-full of the slightly murky-coloured liquid into some warm water and sip it. I followed the instructions and gingerly sipped.

It was fricking delicious. 

Once you drop in the liquid and stir, the water changes colour to a warm amber. The first taste is of berries. And then turmeric, but not overwhelmingly so. A quick glance at the label of ingredients confirmed what my taste buds had told me: acerola cherry powder, elderberry, curcumin and lemongrass. There's also fennel, chaga mushroom, rosemary extract, and green tea extract. Vitamin-wise, you've got  Zinc, Vitamin D, Vitamin E and Vitamin B12. This is powerhouse stuff. 



OK, so I know this is supposed to be a review but I can't think of anything to criticise this product for. It's easy to drink - just drop into warm water and how easy is that? It's delicious, so none of this wincing because you have to take your vitamins. It actually makes a soothing, warming drink. Ingredients-wise, the only red light for me was the echinacea, but only because I tend to react, psoriasis-wise, to it. It's me. Lots of people find echinacea beneficial. Just check off the ingredients to what you're ok with before you buy, which you'd be doing with anything.  


I suppose, at £59 per bottle, it's a tad on the pricey side, but I'm confident that it's a quality product and worth the money. Just look at all the ingredients you're getting. You could even just use it just over the winter months to give your immune system a little boost until the sun comes back again (autoimmune people, again, just make sure you're ok with immune boosting ingredients first). 

For more information, check out their website for this and the other products available. 

Truth Origins are also giving Comfort Bites readers £10 off their order - just use the code 'JO10' (my name and the number ten) at the Truth Origins website and the discount will be applied. 

Tried this? 

Let me know what you think in the comments below! 








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