Olive Leaf Extract
A multi-use health food supplement that has been used in traditional remedies all over the world.
Helps maintain a normal healthy cardiovascular system and has mild astringent properties.
Traditionally used to help relieve fevers.
Assists in the maintenance of normal heart function.
Has powerful antioxidant and free radical scavenging properties.
Olive Leaves have a long history of use as a herbal tonic to support cardiovascular function. Research shows that Olive Leaf Extract assists in the maintenance of normal heart function and helps to maintain a normal healthy cardiovascular system.
Olive leaves have been traditionally used to enhance functioning of the immune system and aid the management of viral infections, especially when fever is present.
With 400% more antioxidant power than the equivalent amount of Vitamin C, Olive Leaf Extract is a powerful free-radical scavenger.
Our fresh picked olive leaf extracts contain no alcohol, sugar, starch, yeast or gluten. No artificial flavours, colourings or preservatives.
Olive Leaf Extract and Glycerine (Vegetable). No alcohol. No added sugar.
Main Active Ingredient
Oleuropein (standardised to 4.4mg/mL)
Each 5mL is equivalent to 5g (5,000mg) of fresh leaf
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional.
Adults: Take up to one 5mL teaspoonful three times a day with food (or 7mL twice a day). Children take half adult dose.
Free From: Alcohol, yeast, added sugar, gluten, artificial colours, flavours & preservatives.
I am 67 years old and since taking OLE feel on top of the world. My entire family are all taking OLE and swear by it. Thanks heaps OLEA. - John Harper
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I have been doing a lot of travel this year overseas which is very taxing on the body. I have been taking OLE (Peppermint) and had nary a sniffle. I did stop taking it for a few weeks, started getting a sore throat ÛÒ got back into it, sore throat gone. - Simon Pugh