Olive Leaf
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Olive Leaf (Olea europaea) is a protease inhibitor that is effective against many virii. Attempts by Upjohn to extract a drug failed. Active ingredients include oleuropeoside, and oleuropein.

Summary

Benefits

  • vasodilator activity
  • antimicrobial agent for treatment of intestinal or respiratory tract infections
  • potentiates the macrophage-mediated response
  • antiviral agent
  • strong antioxidant
  • antibacterial and antifungal

Risks

  • A salicylate (some people may react to it).

Sources

Each brand has different concentrations, for example some run at 6% and others at 20%.

We found that East Park Research's Olive Leaf (D-LENOLATE) seems to have the highest active concentration, and have kept to this brand.

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