Olive leaf cut dried herb
Avoid in hypoglycaemia. May cause mild gastric upset; take after food to help avoid this.
Common name: Olive
Part used: Leaf
Habitat: A legendary slow growing evergreen tree, native to mediterranean europe.
Constituents: Iridoid monoterpenes, triterpenes, flavonoids, chalcones, phenolic acids, coumarins.
Actions: Anti-oxidant, bitter tonic, diuretic, hypotensive, hypoglycaemic
Traditional and current uses:
● Angina pectoris
● To improve circulation through coronary arteries and heart
● Oxidative Stress
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