Olive Leaf Extract II+ (100 caps)*
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The olive tree has been revered for eons as a sacred plant. There are many references to the olive tree throughout ancient literature; in the Bible upon returning to the ark of Noah, the dove brought unto him an olive branch. Greek Mythology tells us the olive tree was created by the goddess Athena to provide nourishment, cure illnesses, and treat infections.
Today Olive Leaf Extract is being studied for its health benefits. In Europe, Olive Leaf Extract is becoming more common, replacing synthetic antibiotics. It was found that when ingested, enzymes in the body react with OLE to form elolenic acid, a powerful acid which destroys harmful bacteria and strengthens the immune system. Olive Leaf Extract by HealthForce promotes overall body health and may prevent microorganisms from entering the body.
- Immune system
- Parasitic infiltrations
- Viral infections
- Viral meningitis
- Urinary infections
Serving Size: 1Vcap Servings per Container:100
|Amount Per Serving:|
|Olive Leaf Extract (standardized to min 18% Oleuropein) 400mg|
|Echinacesa angustifola (stanardized to min 4% echinacoside) 100mg|
*Dialy Value not esablished
Other ingredients: Cellulose (capsule), Magnesium Stearate (vegetable source) and Silica.
Updated Jul. 06, 2016, about 6 years ago
Distributed or manufactured from HealthForce Nutritionals. See more HealthForce Nutritionals products.
*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Relieving Sore Throat
- Relieving Runny Nose
- Relieving Sinus Pain
- Relieving Ear Aches
- Yeast Infections
- Ear Infections
- Cold & Flu
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Question: What does cold pressed mean? And what makes it better?
- A: It is oil that is obtained through pressing and grinding fruit or seeds with the use of heavy granite millstones or modern stainless steel presses, which are found in large commercial operations. Although pressing and grinding produces heat through friction, the temperature must not rise above 120°F (49°C) for any oil to be counted as cold pressed. Cold pressed oils are produced at even lower temperatures. Cold pressed oils retain all of their flavor, aroma, and nutritional content.