And now, the long-awaited Wellness Formula post. I was first introduced to Wellness Formula one year ago by Sam during the onslaught of the cold and flu season. Sam had gone into Whole Foods looking for Airborne, but was redirected to another product — Wellness Formula — by the sales woman in the health & nutrition department. The woman was so enthusiastic about the effectiveness of Wellness Formula that Sam decided to try it. Since then, we’ve been preaching the wonders of Wellness Formula.
As an “herbal defense complex,” Wellness Formula contains many different vitamins, minerals, herbs and antioxidants to help your body fight illness: you’ll find Vitamins A, C, D, Zinc, Copper, Garlic Clove, Echinacea, Horehound Aerial Parts (hmm, that sounds a bit odd, no?), Olive Leaf Extract, Bioflavanoids, Goldenseal Root, Ginger Root Extract and many other medicinal elements with very interesting names. I should warn you, though, even with all those good-for-you things mixed up into a single capsule or tablet, they taste pretty awful. But I guess it’s not such a bad thing if taking Wellness Formula gets you to drink lots and lots of extra water.
While there is a whole line of Wellness Formula products, the basic Wellness Formula comes in two forms: tablets and capsules. The only difference I can detect is that 1 tablet is equivalent to 2 capsules. They make up for this discrepancy by adding more capsules to a bottle of Wellness Formula, so I don’t really think you are losing or saving money by buying either tablets or capsules.
At the first sign of a cold (or “imbalance,” as the bottle says), pop a few of these VITY Award-winning pills and you’ll be sure to nip that cold in the bud.