Anti-Viral, Anti-Fungal, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant Powerhouse Olive Leaf

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The healing benefits of olive leaf has been used for thousands of
years and originated in Ancient Egypt. The olive leaf was used by
many as a sign of heavenly power. In the 1850`s, there is documentation
showing how olive leaf cured malaria in its final stages.

If you live
a stressful life and you normally get colds and flu, then olive
leaf is just what you need. Many have had great success with this
herb. Olive leaf has a bitter compound called oleuropein, which
is the reason for its disease fighting compound.

Olive leaf
through many trials has shown its ability to fight any and all attacking
viruses. Olive leaf has anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory
properties. It has 400 percent more antioxidants than Vitamin C
and double the antioxidants of green tea. Olive leaf should be taken
daily to achieve the maximum effect.

Olive Leaf
benefits:

  • Traditionally
    used to fight off colds and the flu.

  • Treating
    yeast infections
  • Viral infections,
    Epstein Barr, shingles and herpes
  • Heart conditions
  • Lowering
    cholesterol and LDL levels

How to prepare
the olive leaves:

  1. Remove
    the fresh leaves and wash them and air dry.
  2. Place them
    on a large tray to dry or on a large screen. Dry them in your
    home, in front of a large window, where there is plenty of sun.
    You can also place the leaves on a huge blanket to dry. This will
    take several days.
  3. After the
    leaves are completely dried and very brittle, store in large glass
    containers. Take a small amount and place in a coffee grinder
    and grind to a fine pulp.
  4. Place in
    vegetarian capsules, as needed. If the consistency is difficult
    to place in capsules, you can add some ground fennel or grape
    seeds and mix with the ground olive leaves.

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September
3, 2009

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