Could Olive Leaf Extract be the answer you were looking for?

Benefits of Olive Leaf Extract

Mediterranean’s for years claimed to have healthier hearts, as well as lower cases of heart disease and cholesterol problems due to their consumption of olive oil. Well, animal studies have backed up their claim, meaning similar to olive oil, olive leaf extract is good for the heart. Put simply, animal studies show that olive leaf extract can lower high blood pressure and reduce high levels of blood cholesterol.

Research also suggests that olive leaf extract is a potent fighter against disease. In fact, the herb is highly prized by many natural medicine experts for its ability to boost a weakened immune system. More specifically, olive leaf extract has the ability to act as a natural pathogens killer, which include bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi, and others the like.

So, how does olive leaf extract work as a natural pathogens killer?

It can destroy many pathogens (viruses, fungi, bacteria, etc.) by interfering with their ability to replicate, which prevents them from spreading. In addition, some experts claim that olive leaf extract also helps to destroy viruses by stimulating the body’s immune system to produce more disease-fighting cells.  As such, olive leave extract is thought to be effective in helping the body to routinely combat numerous pathogens as well as help restore a flagging immune system.

The benefits of olive leaf extract is commonly used to fight colds and flu as well as to help fight yeast infections, and viral infections such as the hard-to-treat Epstein-Barr disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, shingles and herpes.

In fact, physicians have reported that chronic fatigue and fibromylagia sufferers are often helped by olive leaf extract. People with these conditions have reported that olive leaf extract boosted their energy, lifted their sprits, and provided them with a stronger sense of well-being within one month of taking olive leaf extract supplements.

But wait, there are more benefits of olive leaf extract … This herbal wander also harbors antioxidant properties that help protect the body from the continuous onslaught of free radicals. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals, which are highly reactive chemical substances that can cause cellular damage within the body if left unchecked.

Olive Leaf Extract Side Effects and Precautions

Sometimes good things do come with a small price. Although the benefits of olive leaf extract are substantial, in some chronic cases, there may be a quick and somewhat adverse reaction often called a detox reaction. This is due to the liver, kidneys, intestines, and skin may become overburdened as the body begins to deal with dead microbes.

If you experience common reactions such as fatigue, diarrhea, headaches, muscle and joint aches, pimples, rashes, and flu-like symptoms the benefits of olive leaf extract is actually working and these reactions are a good sign.

To help reduce reaction symptoms you may want to try drinking at least four cups of water between doses. If the side effects of olive leaf extract persist, reduce dosage or stop taking it all together for a short period of time allowing the body to eliminate the toxins and dead microbes.

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It is important that you consult a qualified health care provider before taking any dietary and/or herbal supplements, especially if you have a health condition and/or are on medications.

As with all herbal supplements, refrain from use if you are pregnant or nursing.

From nutritional-supplement-educational-centre.com
*These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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