Olive Leaf Whole
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Botanical: Olea europaea Other common names: Olea Oleaster, Olea lancifolia The Olive Leaf is a gift to us from "The Tree of Life" and should be included in every diet for the maintenance of good health and the management of disease. Olive Leaf is one of nature's best immune-enhancing herbs that is highly effective against bacteria,...
Botanical: Olea europaea
Other common names: Olea Oleaster, Olea lancifolia
The Olive Leaf is a gift to us from "The Tree of Life" and should be included in every diet for the maintenance of good health and the management of disease. Olive Leaf is one of nature's best immune-enhancing herbs that is highly effective against bacteria, viral infections, microbes, fungus and more...and, it is also believed to help lower cholesterol! Do not miss this one.
Country of Origin: Albania
Olive Leaf is one of the finest immune-enhancing and detoxifying supplements available and has been shown to combat virtually any infectious disease. Olive's oleuropein is a powerful disease-resistant herbal antibacterial that counteracts infections and destroys parasites, such as protozoa and worms.
Olive Leaf is said to be effective in fighting viruses of all kinds. It appears to be a true antiviral compound with the ability to inhibit the critical amino acid production needed for the growth of viruses; and in extensive testing, it deactivated or destroyed every virus (and fungus, yeast and protozoan) against which it was used.
Olive Leaf may help to resist heart disease. Powerful antioxidant properties in Olive Leaf protect the heart and circulatory system from free radical damage. Its oleuropein and hydroxytyrosol content helps to inhibit the oxidation of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) or "bad cholesterol" that are connected to various heart problems.
As a further aid to good heart health, the herb is believed to relieve hypertension. Research has demonstrated that Olive Leaf may significantly lower blood pressure and increase blood flow through the coronary arteries (by dilating them), thereby also helping to ward off heart attacks. 2015 research from Britain's University of Reading indicated that Olive Leaf Extract could improve vascular functions and reduce inflammatory cytokines linked to cardiovascular heart disease.
Olive Leaf is considered a mild tranquilizer and sedative and believed to help manage nervous tension.
Most of the flavonoids in Olive Leaf are thought to possess strong anti-inflammatory properties that are able to relieve inflammatory arthritis, etc.
Olive Leaf is said to be an astringent, as well as an antibacterial that combats diarrheal diseases. Moreover, the herb works against bladder infections, bacterial skin infections, tonsillitis and pharyngitis, and is used to clear lung conditions and combat other respiratory diseases, such as pneumonia and bronchitis.
Pregnant women should not use Olive Leaf, and those with allergies to Olives must check with a health care provider before taking this herb. Those with low blood pressure should also check with a physician prior to use. There may be some minor stomach irritation with initial use.