Olive leaf is the leaf of the olive tree (olea europaea). It has been used by various cultures for both medicinal and nutritional uses. In the Mediteraranean region olive leaves have been used for centuries for the treatment of complaints such as high blood pressure, inflammation, arthritis, fever and high blood sugar. They are also thought to have anti-aging, immunos.
Clinical evidence has been conflicting regarding the blood pressure lowering effect, however bioassays support its antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory effects at a laboratory level. An extract made directly from fresh olive leaves gained international attention when it was shown to have an antioxidant capacity almost double green tea extract and 400% higher than vitamin C
Inhibiting the growth of every virus, bacteria, fungi and protozoa and killing them.
Preventing the onset of colds, flu, and a range of viruses, yeast, fungal and mould problems, bacterial infections, and parasites.
Powerful effects on anti-infectious disease.
Being lethal to some cancer cells based upon it's general immune enhancing properties.
Being a useful treatment for the opportunistic infections associated with HIV
Lowering blood pressure, increasing blood flow in the coronary arteries, relieving arrhythmias, preventing the hardening of the arteries.
Improving the auto-immune disorder
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