Olive leaf tea


Olive tree! It’s part of the Oleaceae family.

It’s leaves has been traditionally used for centuries to maintain overall health.

Olive leaf extract may have several potential health benefits, such as helping lower cholesterol and blood pressure.
Ancient people have long used olive tree leaves as part of their diet and in traditional medicines.

Olive leaves contain several key polyphenols, such as oleacein and oleuropein.  Polyphenols occur naturally in plants, and research suggests that they may help protect against a ranch of conditions, such as heart disease and cancer.

Olive leaf contains many potentially bioactive compounds that have antioxidant, antihypertensive, anti-inflammatory and hypoglycemic properties — similar to the well-known.

Oleuropein, one of the primary compounds in olive leaf, has attracted attention since the early 1900s because of its antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties such as:

gastroprotective (protects digestive system)
neuroprotective (protects central nervous system)
antimicrobial (inhibits microorganism growth)
anticancer (reduces risk of cancer)
anti-inflammatory (reduces risk of inflammation)
antinociceptive (reduces pain stimuli)
antioxidant (prevents oxidation or cell damage)

Oleuropein, which is a polyphenol, is a potent antioxidant that helps to lower blood pressure naturally and prevent cardiovascular disease.

Some more olive leaf benefits may include:

more energy
toothache relief
diminished food cravings
joint pain relief
heartbeat regulation
improved wound healing.

PREPARATION: Boil 3 cups of water. Turn of the fire. Use a small handful of the dried herb and add it to the boiled water to steep for at least 30 minutes.



100g (50 pieces)


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