Olive leaf was first used medicinally in Ancient Egypt.
- Botanical classification of olive leaf.
- Phytochemicals and Constituents:Mechanisms.
- Brief Benefits of Olive Leaf Extract.
- Olive Leaf Extract:the Microbe Fighter:Olive Leaf Extract Natural Defense against Biowarfare Antibacterial Agent and Inactivating Viral Invaders.
- Research Progress and identified Applicaitons Olive Leaves.
- Therapeutic Applications and Administration.
- Olive Leaf Extract as a new formulation choice.
- History of The Olive Tree.
- A Simple Combination:Echinacea-Goldenseal-Olive leaf Formula.
- Olive Exorcism.
- Olive Leaf:Research Update.
Applications and Properties:
Anti-Inflammatory.Anti-viral and Antibiotic.Antioxidant.Anti-AIDS cases.
Immune System Booster.
Cardiovascular effects.Hypoglycemic activity.
Against Serious Infectious Diseases.
Herpes treatment.Fever-lowering properties.
Combination.How It Works.
Olive leaf was first used medicinally in Ancient Egypt. It is gaining recognition as a powerful defender against sickness and numerous scientific studies have been conducted to investigate the extract's beneficial properties. The reported benefits of olive leaf extract's range from promoting increased energy and healthy blood pressure, to supporting the cardiovascular system, and the immune system.
It is believed by many, that the "Tree of Life" referred to in the Bible, is the olive tree. This would certainly seem appropriate as the olive tree appears to have an extremely strong natural defense system that can provide us with the means to develop: antibiotic,antiviral,antifungal,antiprotozoan agents, from extracts of the olive tree leaf.
For at least 6,000 years, the olive tree's special gifts to mankind have been documented. In the last half of the 19th century a phenolic compound with the Latin name of "oleuropein" was isolated from the olive leaf. It's considered to be the source of the olive tree's powerful disease-resistant properties. According to botanists, oleuropein, which is present throughout the olive tree,its wood, fruit, leaves, roots and bark,helps to protect it against insect and bacterial predators.
Dosage:Olive Leaf Extract 500 mg,recommended dosage is four tablets throughout the day or one every six hours,best taken between meals.
Safety and Toxicity:
The only side-effect that appears to have been reported with clinical use is a so-called "die-off" effect, which has been likened to the Herxheimer reaction sometimes encountered during the treatment of yeast infections.
- 1.Olive leaf was first used medicinally in Ancient Egypt.
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