Olive Leaf Extract
What is Olive Leaf Extract Good For?
Throughout history, olive leaves have been used in the medical field in countries around the Mediterranean, and have produced astounding results in many different areas of the body. These leaves are believed to support antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and hypoglycemic properties among many others, meaning those who use these herbal formulations as part of their regular diet can support overall well-being on several fronts at once.
What Can it Offer You?
Among other benefits, olive left extract gives your immune system much-needed support, may increase energy throughout the day and support healthy blood pressure. Finally, these leaves also have antibacterial properties that support our battle with infections.
- Bottles come with 60 vegetarian capsules each
- Contains no dairy, egg, soy, lactose, starch, gluten or wheat
- No artificial colors or sweeteners
- Sodium free
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Top 3 Questions People Ask About Olive Leaf
There are a few frequently asked questions about these suppositories
1. What does Olive Leaf do? Olive leaf works at the cellular level to measurably strengthen the body's immune response. The oleuropein in olive leaf is a natural wide-spectrum antibiotic, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal. Unlike synthetic antibiotics, it destroys only the bad bacteria and protects the good. Medical research shows that when olive leaf is taken orally, it searches out and "deactivates" bacteria, thus inhibiting the replication of the bacteria. Olive leaf is a cold and flu buster that delivers effective inhibition and prevention of infection by a wide range of pathological microbes, including viruses, bacteria, retrovirus, fungi, yeasts and molds.
2.How does Olive leaf affect Free Radicals? Free Radicals are bad. They can leave the body vulnerable to advanced aging, cardiovascular problems and degenerative diseases. Free Radicals can be caused by many factors: sun exposure, pollution, stress, poor diet, alcohol and smoke. The high antioxidant qualities of olive leaf (12 proven Antioxidants) have been shown to "scavenge" Free Radicals even more than Vitamin C, Green Tea, and Grape Seed Extract.
3.Is Olive Leaf good for the Heart? Like the polyphenolic component of red wine, resveratrol, oleuropein imparts some important antioxidant benefits that may help prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol and support healthy heart function. Olive Leaf causes bad cholesterol to slip off platelets in blood vessels, preventing coronary artery clogging. The anti-inflammatory, circulation and vasco-dilating properties of olive leaf relaxes arteries and helps reduce hypertension, lower high blood pressure and stop arrhythmia.