|Pin Yin Name:
and antiseptic. Has valuable febrifugal qualities.
||Olive Leaf c/s
||Olive Leaf Powder
Orally, olive leaf is used for treatment of
viral, bacterial, and protozoal conditions including influenza,
the common cold, meningitis, Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV),
encephalitis, herpes, shingles, HIV/ARC/AIDS, chronic fatigue, and
hepatitis B. Olive leaf is also used for pneumonia; tuberculosis
(TB); gonorrhea; malaria; dengue; severe diarrhea; blood
poisoning; and infections including dental, ear, urinary tract,
and surgical infections. Other uses include hypertension,
diabetes, allergic rhinitis, improving renal and digestive
function, and as a diuretic and antipyretic.
Olive leaf is most often sold as capsules or liquid extracts. Extracts are concentrated liquid preparations usually made by soaking chopped or mashed plant parts in a liquid such as alcohol, and then straining out the solid parts. Olive leaf is present in the solid component, acting as an antimicrobial agent. The olive leaf may comprise from about 2 to about 10 weight percent of the solid component. Olive Leaf is effective in fighting viruses of all kinds. It appears to be a true antiviral compound with the ability to inhibit the critical amino acid production needed for the growth of viruses; and in extensive testing, it deactivated or destroyed every virus (and fungus, yeast and protozoan) against which it was used.
Orally, water extracts of olive fruit pulp are used for rheumatoid
arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Topically, olive oil is used for softening earwax, ringing ears (tinnitus),
pain in the ears, lice, wound dressing, treating minor burns and
psoriasis, preventing and treating stretch marks due to pregnancy,
and for protecting the skin from ultraviolet (UV) damage after sun
In foods, olive oil is used as a cooking and salad oil.
Please note: Definitions of
the following forms which are products are sold in.
||5:1 Ratio of an herb in
Powder form. 100 gram container size.(3.5 oz)
This has been processed, and usually has dextrin added.
||This is the herb, root,
berry, twig, or any form of the herb, which has been Powdered into a
fine mesh which usually can be put into capsules. Most of the Powders herbs are in a 1 pound size, unless otherwise
|Cut and Sift
||This the herb, root,
berry, twig, or any form of herb cut into manageable pieces. In
general about 1/4 thick. Size of herbs are 1 pound containers
||In very rare occasion
herbs are whole, for example the Reishi Mushroom,
Noto Ginseng, Mandrake, and Marigolds. Size of herbs are 1 pound
containers. If concerned please call.
||These are small pills
which have already been formulated and made into small pills.
Usually the size of small peas. The teapills are swallowed whole.
The formula is usually based on Ancient Chinese Medicine.
||Are Gelatin Capsules,
unless noted as vegetarian capsules. Please see each individual
product for further information
||Are a hard tablet ranging
in various sizes. Please see each individual product for further
||An extract is produced by adding alcohol to
an herb and letting the medium activate the components
of the herbs, as well as to preserve the herbs
||The herb is not in a teabag. It is
loose in the packaging. Sizes of the leaf vary from 1/4 inch
to 1 inch depending on herb and brand.
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