Olive Leaves have a long history of use as a herbal tonic to support the immune system and cardiovascular function. Multiple animal and human studies haveshown that taking olive leaf can lower high blood pressure.
Olive leaf either kills, or resists the multiplication of a broad range of viruses, bacteria, yeasts, fungi, and other parasites in our systems, without harming beneficial gut bacteria. This is a major advantage over most antibiotic drugs as about 70% of your immunity resides in your gut with beneficial bacteria playing a key role.
Olive leaf supplies large doses of some of the most effective natural antioxidants - more effective than vitamin C or green tea - as well as anti-inflammatories. Antioxidants protect against cardiovascular disease, and also help to prevent and counter degenarative diseases.
Because of all it's beneficial effects, anyone would be well advised to consume a teaspoon of Olive Leaf every day. Because Olive Leaf has an extremely bitter taste, it is best taken in capsule form. One teaspoon of Olive Leaf powder will be equivalent to approximately four size '00' capsules.
All the ingredients for home capsule filling should be organic and in ground, or powder form. Finely ground, dry powders are the ideal filler for gelatin or vegetable capsules. Never use any liquid, moist, coarsly ground or sticky fillers. Always ensure that your capsule filler is perfectly dry before use - and water or moisture will cause your capsules to stick to the capsule filler.
Disclaimer: This information in this website is opinion, and is intended only as a reference guide for further exploration, and is not a replacement for professional health advice. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.