Olive Leaf Extract Indications
For treatment and cure of fungus infections and yeast infections, especially systemic, chronic, or recurrent fungus infection and yeast infection caused by Candida albicans intestinal yeast overgrowth (Candidiasis). For treatments addressing the symptoms of Candida albicans intestinal yeast infection. In men and women for addressing underlying causes of fungus and yeast-related disorders including oral yeast infection (thrush), vaginal yeast infection (vaginitis) and male yeast infection (jock itch). For treatment and supportive therapy of intestinal disorders commonly associated with Candida albicans yeast overgrowth (Candidiasis) including Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), leaky gut syndrome, intestinal parasite infections, and intestinal bacterial infections.
Olive Leaf Extract Source & Availability
Olive Leaf Extract is a natural, herbal, botanical dietary supplement commonly available in pill, tablet, or capsule form. Olive trees have been cultivated for thousands of years, but the immune and circulatory benefits of Olive Leaf have only recently become fully realized. Olea europaea is a small, ever green tree, averaging 20 feet or more in height. The tree is native to Asia Minor and Syria, but is cultivated in several Mediterranean countries, Chile, Peru, and South Australia. Olive Leaf Extract is an antimicrobial with mild to moderate antifungal, moderate antibacterial and strong antiviral action.
Olive Leaf Extract Medicinal Value
Olive leaf extract exhibits important antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, antioxidant, hypoglycemic (blood sugar lowering) and vaso-diliatory effects. Very helpful in acute and chronic viral illness and candida yeast infection. May be used long-term.
Olive leaf extract is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial agent for internal, therapeutic use, as well as various topical applications.
The most active compound thus far identified in olive leaves is called oleuropein, a bitter monoterpene glycoside of the class known as secoiridoids. The Olive Leaf Extract oleuropein and products from its hydrolysis such as elenolic acid, aglycone, and calcium elenolate, a salt derived from elenolic acid, all have their own unique, potent, and multifaceted attributes to add to the anti-microbial functions of the olive leaf. Oleuropein is also one of the major components found in the polyphenolic portion of olive oil.
Olive Leaf Extract has a resounding impact against infectious and virulent microbes. Olive leaf extract acts to halt the outbreak of such disorders as colds and other viral diseases, a myriad of mold, fungus, and yeast invasions, bacterial infections both slight and serious, and infestations of protozoan parasites. More than a preventative, olive leaf extract offers a new, safe, and effective therapeutic procedure in the ongoing battle against active disease.