Olive Leaf Extract Benefits

olive leaf extract benefits
olive leaf extract

olive leaf benefits

500 mg per capsule
60 capsules

MSRP $40
Our Price $28
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Benefits of Olive Leaf Extract. According to Dr. Morton Walker’s excellent book “Olive Leaf Extract,” olive leaf extract functions as a natural anti-pathogen or anti-microbial. The benefits of olive leaf extract are well-known, yet many people have taken various olive leaf extracts without the results they were hoping for. Clearly, all olive leaf extracts are not equally effective.

In our opinion, there are only a handful of excellent olive leaf extracts and this one by Christian Nutrition® is the best. This is an ultra-premium olive leaf extract.

The quality of an olive leaf extract can vary depending on many factors, including the soil, climate and altitude at which the trees are grown, the species of the trees, the extraction method(s), and the delivery system.

The effectiveness of an olive leaf extract depends largely on the quantity of oleuropein. Research shows that oleuropein is enzymatically converted in the bloodstream to “right-handed” elenolic acid.

This olive leaf extract contains at least 20% Oleuropein, believed to be the key active ingredient responsible for the benefits of olive leaf extract. This olive leaf extract is made from Spanish olives, using low-heat extraction to preserve the therapeutic activity. This is a natural plant extract—not a synthetic chemical—so the exact percentage of oleuropein will vary and will usually be about 24%.

This olive leaf extract is made using both water extraction and alcohol extraction, for a wider spectrum of constituents.

This olive leaf extract is clearly not an isolated extract of oleuropein; it is more of a concentrate. The oleuropein is, therefore, combined with a wide-spectrum of synergistic phytochemicals that naturally occur in the olive leaf, including phenolic compounds and flavones. Among these are potent antioxidant polyphenols called tyrosol and hydroxytyrosol.

As with any olive leaf extract, this product should not be taken with drugs, foods or supplements that are mold- or fungus-based (e.g., some antibiotics, cheeses, mushroom extracts). Olive leaf extract should not be taken with isolated amino acids (e.g., lysine). It is believed that olive leaf can render amino-acid and fungal-type products ineffective.

People taking blood thinners should take extra precaution and consult a qualified health-care professional before taking any olive leaf extract, because olive leaf extract may have a relaxing effect on the walls of veins and arteries.

Those taking blood pressure medications should also seek the advice of a qualified health professional before taking any olive leaf extract, because olive leaf extract is believed to have a blood pressure lowering effect.

People taking olive leaf extract for the first time may experience the “die-off” effect; this effect is believed to result from the dying off of pathogens in the body, resulting in flu-like symptoms. The effect may be helped by drinking plenty of water and temporarily reducing the dosage of olive leaf extract. The die-off effect is a sign that the olive leaf extract is working!

This olive leaf extract comes in capsules, not tablets.

Typical dosage is one to four capsules per day.

Quality olive leaf extract is excellent for people with skin disorders and may be taken with Wild Salmon Oil. Olive leaf extract is anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal. Olive leaf extract is used as a natural remedy for nail fungus, systemic yeast infections, and eczema.

Olive Leaf Extract Benefits
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