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Olive Leaf Extract - The Magic Immune Booster

Updated on September 19, 2014

Olive Leaf Extract

Olive Leaf Extract is a powerful antioxidant made from the freshly picked leaves of the sacred olive tree 'The Tree of life' which are then made into an extract, capsules, lotions and soap.

The Oleuropein in the olive leaf has been proven to fight colds and flu, lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure and boosts your immune system.

After using Olive Leaf Extract for many years now I have found that it makes a huge difference to my immune system and general well-being. I now could not live without this product and always have some at hand.

Olive Leaf Extract is a concentrated liquid that is easy to take every day and when feeling low or that a cold maybe on its ways you can easily increase the dose.

I find it a necessary health food product to have in the home at all times as I know that the severity of these colds and other viruses are considerably lessened by taking Olive Leaf Extract on a regular basis.

The Olive Tree - 'The Tree of Life'.

Medicinal Properties of The Olive Tree and Its History.

The olive tree has been used for centuries for It fruits and the medicinal properties they contain.

There is of course the olive used on its own in many Mediterranean dishes.

Olive oil extracted from the olive used in cooking is renowned for its rich properties for healthy skin, hair and digestion.

And now Olive Leaf Extract from the freshly picked leaves of the olive tree.

No wonder it is called 'The Tree of Life.'

Olive trees are amongst the oldest known cultivated trees in the world. Still grown in North Africa, Portugal, Southern France, Italy and by the Black and Caspian Seas.

The Jewish people have known of the wealth the olive tree for thousands of years.In Hebrew culture the olive tree symbolized peace and happiness.

The olive tree was cultivated by the Egyptians thousands of years ago around 200BC, the orchards disappeared and reappeared in the southern coast of Crete.

Olive trees spread to Greece, Northern Africa and then to Italy and other Mediterranean countries around 600 BC.

The olive tree is of great historic importance. It plays an important role in the areas of diet, health and religion,and has been used to decorate pottery, walls and gold pieces.

The Olive branch is the symbol for peace, wisdom and victory.

The Many Uses of Olive Leaf Extract

There are many Olive Leaf Extract products that you can choose from.

Olive Leaf Extract

(in a liquid form )

Olive Leaf Extract in liquid. 5 - 10 mils twice a day taken on an empty stomach.

Increase doses when unwell.

These doses differ depending on your health condition.

Olive Leaf Capsules

1 - 3 capsules taken per day with water

Olive Leaf Tea

Available loose or tea bags

Olive Leaf Powders

The Olive Leaf Powders are used in baking and added to protein shakes.

Also used added to water to soak hands and feet.

Olive Leaf Extract in Skin Creams

These contain anti - ageing properties, a mix of the olive leaf extract and marshmallow root.

Soaps with olive leaf extract added are also available.

It is best to buy any olive leaf extract products from a Health Food Shop when you first start using then as the staff there will be able to assess your health and any other medical conditions that you may have and to see whether Olive Leaf Extract is for you.

Olive Leaf Extract For Your Health

Creams with Olive Leaf Extract

Olive Leaf Extract

Do you take Olive Leaf Extract?

© 2009 Julia M S Pearce

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    • JanieceTobey profile image


      5 years ago

      I think I have Olive Leaf Extract in my closet from some time when one of my kids was sick! It never occurred to me to take it on a regular basis!

    • RaintreeAnnie profile image


      5 years ago from UK

      This is very interesting , so many uses of Olive leaf extract and it seems to be very good for you. I learned something today Thank you !

    • annmackiemiller profile image


      5 years ago from Bingley Yorkshire England

      I haven't heard about olive leaf extract before - very interesting.

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      'Vikk Simmons 

      6 years ago from Houston

      I've known the oil has had benefits for years but it's only been in recent months that I became aware of the supplement and started taking it. Great and timely subject.

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      Angela F 

      6 years ago from Seattle, WA

      I knew oil oils and extracts were good for the skin, but learned a few things about the internal benefits as well.

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      7 years ago

      That is wonderful! Looks like a lot of fun :)

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      Donnette Davis 

      8 years ago from South Africa

      Extremely interesting, and I really only thought of my passion for Olive Oil was for cooking :)

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      spritequeen lm 

      9 years ago

      This is a really interesting topic! Thanks for sharing!

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      Sandy Mertens 

      9 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      Nice to read about the benefits of this extract. Good work.

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      9 years ago

      Very interesting to read. Thanks for sharing with us all these wonderful benefits of olive leaf extract..and I never knew about the tea either!!

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      10 years ago

      Most interesting! Lots of applications for olive leaves -- had never thought of it as a tea! Rather like a green tea I expect.

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      11 years ago

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