Oleuropein is found in Olive Oil and in the fruit, the Olive,
but it is especially concentrated in the Olive Leaves.
The olive leaf: an effective antioxidant which helps:
- limit blood pressure
- prevent arteriosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases
- stabilize blood sugar
- strengthen the immune system
- lower "bad" LDL cholesterol level.
Substances in olive leaves
The primary medically relevant substances in unprocessed Olive Leaves
are the Antioxidants Oleuropein and Hydroxytryrosol. In addition, the Leaves contain other Polyphenoles and Flavanoides including Oleocanthal.
One of the most important Substances of the Olive tree is Oleuropein which has antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties. This bitter substance is even responsible for the high resistance of the olive tree.
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