Olive Oil Leaf Olive leaf is the leaf of the olive tree (Olea europaea). While olive oil is well known for its flavor and health benefits, the leaf has been used medicinally in various times and places. Olive leaf and olive leaf extracts (OLE), are now marketed as anti-aging, immunostimulator, and antibiotic agents. Though there is some laboratory evidence for these effects in biological standardization experiments (i.e., bioassays), clinical evidence in humans is inconclusive. Clinical evidence has been conflicting regarding any blood pressure lowering effect of carefully extracted olive leaf extracts. Bio assays support its antibacterial, anti fungal, and anti-inflammatory effects at a laboratory level. A liquid extract made directly from fresh olive leaves gained international attention when it was shown to have an antioxidant capacity almost double green tea extract and 400% higher than vitamin C.
Anti-aging properties: Probably the most popular cosmetics today
are anti aging creams. Olive leaf extracts are actually a great alternative to
anti aging cosmetics owing to their amazing composition which improve health,
wellness and bring about overall longevity. The olive leaf are
assumed to improve immune system function, which keeps away many diseases and infections.
The most important health benefit
of this leaf is that its extracts improve circulation of blood, which keeps the
organs healthy, eliminate toxin accumulations, and thereby keep the skin
glowing and healthy.
Antioxidant properties: Olive leaf are loaded with
antioxidants which fight away free radicals that cause cancer. They also help
protect the blood vessels from damage and have thought to reverse the effects
Olive Oil Leaf
Olive leaf is a proven antioxidant shown to clear acne and other
blemishes. It’s smooth gentle sensing helps keep your skin clean and
One of the nicest things about olive leaf is it’s emollient,
preventative and restorative properties.