DESCRIPTION In Mediterranean countries olive leaf extract is traditionally used and Hildegard Bingen was known as more full essence. This olive leaf extract is obtained from fresh olive leaves and is particularly high thanks gentler extraction immediately after harvest. It contains the same ingredients as the distribution of fresh olive leaves on the tree. This is demonstrated by the high bioavailability of oleuropein. The bitterness take the strong bitter olive leaf extract 30% vegetable glycerin.
The main ingredient of olive leaf extract contains the secondary plant substance oleuropein. This substance is also contained in olive oil, however, concentrated about 3000-fold higher in the olive leaf extract. Oleuropein along with the other phytochemicals contained in olive leaf extract, make the extract is particularly effective. Mention may be made triterpenes Oleacein, oleanolic acid, quercetin, rutin, squalene or the polyphenol hydroxytyrosol, which is responsible for the bitter taste.
Olive leaf extract can be made of dry extract or from fresh olive leaves. This olive leaf extract made from fresh olive leaves, which makes it an exceptional quality. The percentage distribution of the ingredients in the liquid extract is the same as in the fresh olive leaves on olive tree. Therefore, the bioavailability of these substances is particularly good. The olive leaves are harvested before flowering of the olive tree and processed immediately after harvest in a gentle extraction method. The extract is except vegetable glycerin, which mitigates the bitterness, nothing added.
ADVANTAGES - From fresh olive leaves - Less bitter, vegetable by 30% glycerol - Rich in oleuropein - Gentle extraction immediately after harvest - Numerous applications
UTILISATION 3 times daily 1 teaspoon - 3 times daily 1 tablespoon of undiluted consume. The indicated dose should not be exceeded.