Olive trees are among the world’s oldest and longest living plants, some trees in Northern Africa are 300 to 800 years old.

The olive tree is particularly resistant to insects and microbial attacks due to the high concentration of compounds found in the leaves that act as a natural barrier to microbial invasion.

For several hundred years, extracts of olive leaves have been used medicinally to lower fevers and treat malaria.

In recent years, OLIVE LEAF EXTRACT has shown to be a potent remedy against viral diseases, yeast and fungal infections, bacterial, protozoan and parasitic infection.

Dr Robert Lyons, Medical Director of the Robert Lyons Clinic in Budapest, Hungary, has been working with 40 holistic health professionals, including medical practitioners, naturopaths, chiropractors, herbalists and nurses, assessing the efficacy of OLIVE LEAF EXTRACT.

Particular success has been observed in treating respiratory diseases of bacterial origin, gastric/duodenal ulcers caused by Helicobacter pylori, Candida albicans and both Herpes simplex and zoster infections.

In July 2000 Townsend Newsletter for Doctors, Morton Walker describes how the Hungarian government made OLIVE LEAF EXTRACT the official anti-infectious disease remedy in its national health insurance program.

OLIVE LEAF EXTRACT is an effective, plant-based alternative to antibiotics.  The daily dose can range from 500 to3000mg.


Botulism, colds, Campylobacter, Chlamydia, Gastroenteritis, Giardia, Shigella, Strep throat, Hepatitis, Mumps, Influenza, Pneumonia, Ringworm, Roundworm, Salmonella, Staphylococcus, Thrush, Vaginitis.

May I suggest OLIVE LEAF EXTRACT as a good all year round preventative, especially beneficial during the winter months.

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