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OLIVE LEAF | Achieving Health
Hypotensive, vasodilator, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory antioxidant, bitter tonic, antidiabetics, circulatory tonic, mild diuretc.
Commonley used for;
Hypertesion, high cholesterol
Respiratory tract infections; bronchitis, flu, common cold, sore throat
Reduces fever, ear infection, sinuses
Viral and bacterial infections
Gastrointestinal tract infections
Herpes, cold sores, fungus and yeast infections, candidiasis
Urinary tract infections, cystitus
Chronic fatigue sydromy.
None Known, however it may interact withe ACE inhibitors, diabetic, hypoglycarmic, antihypotensive, anticoagulent and antiplatemet medications.
May cause gastric upset in some individuals, therefore it is advised to take before meals. Olive pollen may cause an allergic reaction in sensitive individuals.