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MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Information
OLIVE OIL
(Olea Europaea)
Aromatherapy Oils





  • Olive Description
  • Olive Oil Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Olive Oil Dosage Information
  • Olive Oil Safety, Cautions & Interactions
  • Olive Oil Herbal Products




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    OLIVE DESCRIPTION

    A SYMBOL OF PEACE & HAPPINESS

    The olive tree from which Olive Oil comes from originated in Asia. Today it can be found more often in the Mediterranean countries. These countries cultivate the trees to produce Olive Oil, which is distributed throughout the world. In the countries where olive oil is a part of their daily diet, there are far less reported cases of heart disease and heart failure.

    The Olive Leaf is well known from the ancient days of Moses when the oil was a symbol of goodness and purity and the tree represented peace and happiness. Even though Olive Oil was used frequently in the diet, it was also burned in sacred lamps, and Ancient Grecians used the leaves to crown the victor in Olympic games. They also used Olive leaves to cleanse wounds, and the women used Olive Oil on the skin to keep it soft and supple. The Olive Leaf has diuretic, antiseptic, astringent, and anti-microbial properties. The oil is a nourishing demulcent and laxative. In laboratory studies, the active component in Olive Leaf, Oleuropein, has been shown to be an effective antioxidant that enables damaged tissue to better utilize vitamin E. The term "Virgin Olive Oil" is the oil taken from the fruit of the tree by a means that causes no alteration or deterioration of the oil. Extra virgin oil is the best Olive oil you can obtain, but it is also the most costly.

    Olives and olive oil are a good source of vitamin E and contain vitamins A and K, iron, calcium, magnesium, and potassium. They are a great source of amino acids. Thanks to all the vitamins and minerals, olives, and their oil, are great for eye, skin, bone, and cell health as well as immune function. The fatty acids in olive oil are known to help lower blood cholesterol levels.

    Olive Oil has many therapeutic effects for the body: olive oil aids in the stimulation of digestion and metabolism. It is also good to apply to dry skin. Olive oil is 100% fatty acids and vitamin E. Olive Oil with the high vitamin E content is excellent in promoting healthy skin growth. It is also used to strengthen nails, and soften cuticles. Try taking two cups olive oil and doing a olive oil manicure, rather than a modern manicure, you will be pleased with the results.

    Olive Oil is a very stable oil and does not go rancid easily. It can be stored without refrigeration for year. The oil is made from the pulp and not the kernel and different qualities are available and range from extra virgin, virgin and pure. Extra virgin is obtained from the first pressing, while virgin oil comes from the second pressing and is normally lighter in color and less aromatic. It contains good levels of essential fatty acids, alpha linolenic acid and when taken internally is said to assist with heart disease. Applied externally, it is useful for dehyrated, sore and inflamed skin and is also used as a remedy for arthritis when rubbed onto the affected parts. Many aromatherapists prefer not to use Olive Oil in aromatherapy since they find the oil a bit too heavy and the aroma too overpowering, but you could add Olive oil to a blend when massaging a mature or dry skin.

    MoonDragon's Nutrition Basics: Olive Herbal Information




    OLIVE LEAF & OLIVE OIL USES & SCIENTFIC EVIDENCE

    BENEFITS OF OLIVE LEAVES & OIL

    Scientific studies have shown that Olive leaves can help treat gout, lower blood sugar and blood pressure levels, and help recover from and/or prevent artherosclerosis. Olive Leaf is also effective in treating strong strains of fungi, viruses, and illnesses caused by bacteria. Olive Leaf cleanses the liver, reduces fevers and chronic fatigue. It has also been used to treat fibromyalgia, malaria, intestinal parasites, botulism, hepatitis, encephalitis, pneumonia, and bladder infections. Olive Leaf extract has shown promise in its ability to inhibit lupus, HIV, herpes, and flu viruses.

    Olive Oil has a strong "food" smell, but also has good medicinal properties, soothing and healing the skin, especially when it is dry. When Olive Oil is used in cooking it can help keep the heart and arteries healthy, and with regular use, is proven to prevent cholesterol buildup in arteries. It also helps protect the digestive tract. In preliminary studies, Externally, it soothes dry skin and is a good transporter oil for essential oils. It can also be used to treat wounds, hemorrhoids, psoriasis, eczema, dandruff, athlete's foot, lice, and warts.

    FATTY ACIDS
    RANGE
    Palmitic
    C 16:0
    5.0 - 12.0 %
    Palmitoleic
    C 16:1
    1.0 % Max
    Stearic
    C 18:0
    3.5 % Max
    Oleic
    C 18:1
    65.0 - 80.0 %
    Linoleic
    C 18:2
    6.0 - 25.0 %
    Linolenic
    C 18:3
    1.0 % Max
    Arachidic
    C 20:0
    0.6 % Max
    Gadoleic
    C 20:1
    0.5 % Max
    Behenic
    C 22:0
    0.3 % Max
    Erucic
    C 22:1
    0.2 % Max


    OLIVE OIL HEALTH FACTS

  • The Olive is made up of 18 to 28 percent oil.
  • Approximately 75 percent of Olive Oil is heart healthy monounsaturated fatty acid (MUFA). The use of Olive Oil in cooking protects you from heart diseases by keeping your blood pressure under control.
  • Olive Oil contains approximately 10 percent saturated fat, 60 percent oleic acid (an omega-9 fatty acid), 11 percent linoleic acid (an omega-6 essential fatty acid), and less than 1 percent alpha linolenic acid (an omega-3 essential fatty acid).
  • The presence of high grade Antioxidants like Vitamin E and phenol in olive oil help in retaining your youth for a longer period. For this you should drink one table spoonful of good quality Olive Oil twice a day during meals.
  • Olive Oil facilitates overall digestion and absorption of nutrients, including crucial fat-soluble vitamins (one of the reasons fat free salad dressings are really doing your body a disservice).
  • Olive Oil is naturally cholesterol-free, sodium-free and carbohydrate-free.
  • Olive Oil is very beneficial for keeping your skin healthy. Therefore, it finds wide use in the manufacture of various types of skin care products and cosmetics. You, yourself can prepare a wonderful blend as after bath oil. For this take 100 ml of Olive Oil, 35 ml of Sweet Almond oil, and 30 ml of Apricot Kernel oil and blend them thoroughly so as to mix homogeneously. Apply this oil on your body after a bath. It will keep your skin soft and glowing.
  • If you happen to suffer from skin rashes due to some ailment or any other reason, apply Olive Oil on the affected area three times a day after washing with fresh water. Within no time you will experience wonderful results.
  • For acne and pimples, applying Olive Oil on the affected area will cure your acne within a week or so.
  • Olive Oil can make your stomach feel full faster thus lowering your chances of overeating.
  • While most people think deep green Olive Oil indicates a higher quality, color is not a factor. Greener oils comes from green olives (black olives yield pale oil).
  • Despite common beliefs, Olive Oil's smoke point (410°F) is high enough to withstand stir-frying. Regular Olive Oil, not extra virgin, is best for frying thanks to its high oleic acid (a MUFA) content.
  • 98 percent of the world's Olive Oil production comes from just 17 countries.
  • In folk medicine, Olive Oil has been used for every thing from reducing muscle aches and hangovers, to use as an aphrodisiac, laxative, and sedative - it is a versatile oil.
  • Olive Oil coats, rather than penetrates, so foods fried in Olive Oil are less greasy than foods dried in other oil varieties.
  • When stored in a cool, dark place, Olive Oil can keep for two years or more.
  • Cut cholesterol in your favorite recipes by substituting one egg white plus a teaspoon of Olive Oil for one whole egg.
  • Extend the life of your cakes by using olive oil. Thanks to the vitamin E, Olive Oil extends the freshness of baked goods.
  • Skip croutons and bacon bits on salad and use olives for a salty topping to cut empty calories and get a fiber boost.
  • Ditch calorie-laden gravies and tartar sauce and top fish or chicken with a simple olive tapenade.
  • Say good-bye to butter. Use Olive Oil on your morning toast, in baked or mashed potatoes, or drizzle on corn on the cob instead of butter.
  • Olive Oil has been used throughout the ages for cooking and also as a home remedy for several types of ailments. It is one of the most amazing gifts of nature to humankind.


  • DIFFERENT VARIETIES OF OLIVE OIL

    Olive Oil is processed to produce different varieties. The extra virgin oil is the one which is first obtained by extraction. Extra virgin oil is considered to be the best as it involves minimum processing and hence most of the essential nutrients are retained in the oil with maximum concentration. Virgin olive oil is obtained after second processing. The oil is named pure and extra light oil after the third and fourth refining process respectively. Olive oil is a rich source of high quality antioxidants which reduce the process of ageing considerably. It is easy to see how beneficial and essential the olive oil is for your health. However, before buying olive oil you should find the best established and trusted brand. Sometimes, you may get tempted by beautiful and colorful packing and cheaper pricing. Do not be fooled by these marketing factors and opt for the best quality olive oil that you can buy.

    FRAUDULENT & ADULTERATED OILS

    Extra-virgin olive oil should mean pure, unadulterated, and be good-for-you. However, it has recently come to light that the bottle of "extra-virgin" olive oil in your pantry may actually be fraudulent. If you were a producer of one of these fake oils, 2008 was a bad year for you. That was the year that more than 400 Italian police officers conducted a lengthy investigation dubbed "Operation Golden Oil" which led to the arrest of 23 people and the confiscation of 85 farms. It was quickly followed up by another investigation in which more than 40 additional people were arrested for for adding chlorophyll to sunflower and soybean oil and selling it as extra virgin olive oil, both in Italy and abroad. The prevalence of these and other similar raids actually prompted the Australian government’s standards agency to allow olive oil brands to voluntarily submit their oils for lab tests. These authentication tests allow oils to be certified pure "extra virgin olive oil." Thus far in 2012, every imported brand of extra virgin olive oil has failed the test to gain certification. Researchers at UC Davis tested 124 different samples from eight major brands of extra virgin olive oil. In two studies, 186 extra virgin olive oil samples were analyzed against standards established by the International Olive Council (IOC), as well as methods used in Germany and Australia. More than seventy percent of the imported oils failed.


    UC DAVIS ANALYSIS RESULTS

    Of the five top-selling imported "extra virgin" olive oil brands in the United States, 73 percent of the samples failed the IOC sensory standards for extra virgin olive oils analyzed by two IOC-accredited sensory panels. The failure rate ranged from a high of 94 percent to a low of 56 percent depending on the brand and the panel. None of the Australian and California samples failed both sensory panels, while 11 percent of the top-selling premium Italian brand samples failed the two panels. Sensory defects are indicators that these samples are oxidized, of poor quality, and/or adulterated with cheaper refined oils.

    The brands that failed to meet the extra virgin olive oil standards, according to this study: Bertolli, Carapelli, Colavita, Star, Pompeian. Filippo Berio, Mazzola, Mezzetta, Newman's Own, Safeway, and Whole Foods in this list; the data may be from the earlier 2010 study when more brands were evaluated.

    The real deal: California Olive Ranch, Cobram Estate, Lucini, Kirkland Organic, Lucero (Ascolano), McEvoy Ranch Organic are also noted.

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  • Authentic extra virgin olive oil takes a lot of time, expense and labor to produce. In order for an olive oil to truly be "extra virgin," it must come from fresh, crushed olives, and not be cut with any other oils or additives. It also has to pass certain chemical tests, including sensory evaluations, taste profiles and smell. Alternatively, it is easy, quick and cheap to adulterate or fake it. As olive oil is a premium product, some producers want to undercut the market by putting low-priced, bad quality oils on the shelves. Olive oil is a billion dollar industry in the United States alone and those unscrupulous manufacturers and distributors make hand over fist money by selling you cheaper, fake olive oil, often cut with cheaper oils. It has been estimated that fifty to seventy percent (or more) of the olive oil sold in the United States is, in some ways, adulterated. That means consumers who purchase these imposter olive oils are missing out on the health benefits that authentic oil offers, besides being cheated out of their money for fake, adulterated products in the marketplace.

    Telling the difference can be difficult, even among the experts. Any oil can have that mark "Made in Italy", but you need to be diligent about reading all that tiny print. It is true, olive oil is lower in saturated fat than most oils out there. But a bottle that touts being "low-fat" is likely also low-grade. Mixed blends are also a clear indication that it is not 100 percent pure oil from olives. Anything that says "extra light" is one to avoid.

    Extra-virgin is a term that olive oil producers use to relay that the olives have been pressed only one time during the process and that the oil has not been altered by chemical solvents or refined in any way. So it is not possible for an olive oil to be "extra-light" or "blended" and also be "extra-virgin." Real olive oil is a cocktail of 200-plus highly beneficial ingredients that explain why olive oil has been the heart of a healthy perspective as found in the Mediteranean diet. Bad olives have free radicals and impurities, and then you have lost the health beneficial cocktail you get from fresh fruit and from real extra virgin olive oil.

    TASTE & SMELL TEST

    Most olive oil experts cannot tell a real olive oil from a fake olive oil based on taste alone. The most common form of adulteration comes from mixng extra virgin olive oil with cheaper, lower-grade oils. Sometimes, it is an oil from an altogether different source, like canola or colza oils. Other times, they blend extra virgin olive oil with poor quality olive oil. The blended oil is then chemically deodorized, colored, and possibly flavored and sold as extra virgin oil to a producer. You may find a major brand name olive oil is a fake, but it probably is not the brand's fault, rather it is their supplier's fault.

    Understanding oil is similar to understanding wine. On the nose, as they say, natural oil has a grassy aroma, and on the finish, has a spicy bite on your tongue. Professional olive oil tasters often pour a little of the oil in to their hands and then vigorously rub them together to bring out the aroma. Then they cup their hands around their nose to detect the sweet smell. After, they slurp it, wash it around the back of their mouths, and spit it out, just like wine. Of course, it is not possible to do this in the supermarket aisles.

    THE COLD TEMPERATURE TEST

    Extra virgin olive oil ought to be comprised of mostly monosaturated fat that grows more solid when cold. If you put a real extra virgin olive oil in the refrigerator, it ought to become thick and cloudy as it cools completely (some oils made from high-wax olive varieties will even solidify). It should be noted, however, that this is not a fail-proof test. That is because adulterated oils may also become thick and cloudy in the refrigerator. After all, some adulterated extra virgin olive oils are cut with low grade, refined olive oil. Those would still solidify. Other adulterated extra virgin olive oils are cut with just enough of the cheaper oils that they will still be mostly olive oil, so they will have some solidification too. If, however, the oil you put in the refrigerator fails to thicken at all (still appearing as clear and runny as it did at room temperature), then you know something certain... it is a fake.

    THE FLAMMABLE TEST

    Extra virgin olive oil ought to be flammable enough to keep an oil lamp burning. Again, this is not a fail-proof test, and for the same reasons. But it is certain that if your so-called extra virgin olive oil does not keep a wick burning, it is not extra virgin at all. but instead contains refined oils.

    SEAL OF APPROVAL

    While you are examining that bottle take note that a good olive oil does not have to be imported and come from Italy to be wonderful. Spain, Greece, and France have all been producing olive oil since the beginning of time. Remember, it is the key ingredient in the Mediterranean diet and those countries all hug that same sea. Domestically grown (within the United States) olives and olive oil manufacturing is a growing business and is stringently regulated and tested for purity, quality, and proper labeling. You may consider using a domestic extra virgin olive oil instead of an imported olive oil.

    Check for a seal of approval from the local or regional authority where it was bottled. As an example, many California olive oils are sent to the California Olive Oil Council's panel of expert testers for certification. The process usually costs a fee, one that does not necessarily represent whether the oil will pass. If the oil does pass, the oil company gets to put a much-coveted seal of approval on the bottle to prove their extra virgin olive oil is the real thing and not a blend of oils from various places and pressings. There are similar councils and authoriti8es around the glove and all it takes is an online search to see if a seal is legit. However, not every company does this (especially small companies), so it is not completely universal.

    HARVEST DATE & GROWING INFORMATION

    A way to tell a good oil is to look for a harvest date before you buy. If the bottle does not have one, that should tell you something on its own. Similarly, a check of where the bottle is from and where the olives were grown will help you too. The fewer sources of olives for your bottle, the less time the olives spend in transit, being handled, packaged, and processed. Freshness is important and should be seen on the label.

    Just because it says Product of Italy on the label, does not mean it was grown, harvested, pressed and bottled there. It does not guarantee a fresh, quality, pure product. The standard for what can be labeled "extra virgin olive oil" is so lax that it can be cut with low-grade "lamp oil& made from spoiled olives or another oil such as soy or canola oil. Enforcement of of even these lax regulations is so inadequate that fly-by-night producers can pull off fraudulent schemes, make their profits, and disappear before getting caught.

    The reason California olive oil is so often superior (when bought in the U.S.) and does well in these kinds of surveys is very simple: olive oil is actually a fruit juice, and extra virgin olive oil is essentially a fresh-squeezed fruit juice. If you think about what happens to fruit juice if it has to travel long distances or is stored for long periods of time, that is similar to what happens to olive oil. Freshness and quality worsens when it is shipped from South America to Europe and then to the U.S. and then on top of that the fact that it is low-grade oil to begin with. Domestic olive oil producers have a tremendous natural advantage in terms of quality simply because their oil is pressed here and does not need to travel nearly as far as imported oil. And because California is a terrific place to produce olives, in terms of climate and available acreage, there is not really any incentive to pull the kind of illegal switch-a-roo that these Italian companies are doing. Also, California olive oil is not exactly a powerhouse Big Food industry. It is only really been an industry in the last decade or so, and sells a whopping two percent of all the olive oil sold in this country. For the most part we are talking about comparatively small producers who do not have a fraction of the clout of a Colavita or Bertolli.

    Which is not to say that all California olive oil is better than all imported olive oil (for instance, Australia is apparently producing some very good olive oil), but there are factors intrinsic to olive oil that give locally-produced oil a big advantage. What is probably truest to say about extra virgin olive oil quality is that, while expensive oil can be bad, cheap oil is almost certainly bad. True extra virgin is just too delicate and perishable a product to produce super-cheaply without drastically affecting quality. Of course, if one does not care, it does not really matter. The fake olive oil is not going to kill you. Instead it is like getting cheap margarine in place of quality organic butter when you are expecting the product to be quality organic butter. Leaving aside extreme cases of criminal fraud, it is just substandard but perfectly edible oil. For the way it is used in most American homes the "failed" brands above are probably completely fine. After tasting the real deal, genuine, fresh, high-quality extra virgin is just a completely different product from most of the stuff that gets passed off as extra virgin. Not that you will not use Bertolli or other suspicious brands, you do not always need or want the top-shelf stuff. It will depend on what you may be using it for, such as a massage oil instead of dietary uses.


    ORGANIC EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL PROFILE

  • Botanical Name: Olea Europaea
  • Origin: Spain
  • Extraction: Cold Pressed / Unrefined (Extra Virgin)
  • Shelf Life: 2 Years Recommended
  • Kosher Certified: Yes
  • Notes: Do not expose to extended periods of light. This is a great oil for both cosmetic and food use, with a nice olive green color and rich scent. The organic Olive oil offered by Mountain Rose herbs is 100% cold pressed and extra virgin with an exceptionally rich color and flavor. Suitable for both cosmetics and cooking.


  • SPECIFICATIONS
      Color- Deep Olive Green
      Odor- Rich and characteristic
      Free Fatty Acids- 0.35%
      Peroxide Value- 12
      Non-Saponifiables-
      Saponification Value-
      Iodine Value- 52.16
      Specific Gravity- Less Than 0.925
      Moisture- 0.08%
      pH- 4.12

    FATTY ACIDS
      Oleic- 55.28%
      Palmitic- 19.8%
      Linoleic- 17.84%
      Linolenic- 0.73%
      Stearic- 2.56%


    The above product information description was obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs regarding their products. For other manufacturers, merchants and vendors, consult individual product label description.





    OLIVE EXTRA VIRGIN OIL


    Latin name: Olea europaea. Method of extraction: Certified Organic - Cold Pressed / Unrefined (Extra Virgin). Olive oil is by far the most universal oils used for a multitude of purposes including cosmetics, as a carrier oil, for hair care solutions, and in cooking. It has a rich, full bodied flavor with a strong aroma and is golden brown in color. Has a great conditioning effect in body care recipes and can be used in almost all applications because of its stable nature. The line of Olive oil offered by Mountain Rose Herbs is 100% pure cold pressed and extra virgin from the highest quality Olives from Spain with no other oils added to it.

    The above product information description was obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs regarding their products. For other manufacturers, merchants and vendors, consult individual product label description.



    Olive Oil


    FOR HAIR & SCALP

    Olive Oil can be used as a scalp treatment and deep conditioner. It is packed with antioxidants and nourishes hair strands by adding Vitamin E and shine.
    Warm Olive oil. Gently massage into scalp and comb through strands - fully saturating the hair. Put on a shower cap for 10 to 20 minutes. Shower, shampoo and rinse as you normally would.

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    FOR PRESERVING FRESH HERBS

    FROZEN OLIVE OIL & HERBS

    Freezing herbs in water causes them to crystalize, damaging flavor. Olive oil will not have this effect. but will preserve herbs by preventing contact with air. Frozen olive oil has the consistency of butter. Olive oil easily reconstitutes when melted without loss of flavor. Simply add the cube directly to your favorite sauce.

    HERB INFUSED OILS

    Herb infused oils are among the few special things you can make in your kitchen. Making infused herbal oils is very easy and they can liven up your meals. Olive Oil may be infused with any herbs ( Sage, Basil, Rosemary). Citrus zest, crushed Black Pepper Peppercorns, Red Pepper Chilies, Sun Dried Tomatoes all marry well with the herbs and oil. Use whatever ingredients you like best. The oil may be infused cold or warm. Some cooks feel that when the oil is warmed, it will take on the flavor of the herbs quicker than when it is infused cold.

    ROSEMARY INFUSED OLIVE OIL
    Wash the Rosemary sprigs and dry them really well. There should not be any water on the Rosemary sprigs. Pour the olive oil into a saucepan and heat it over a low flame until it is just warm, for about 1 to 2 minutes. Let the oil cool to room temperature for about 5 to 7 minutes. (Note: If you do not want to heat the oil, this is fine too. Use the extra virgin Olive oil unheated and pour in the bottle.) Take a clean dry bottle and place in it the crushed pepper and the sprigs. Pour the warm oil over it, filling the bottle and to make sure all ingredients are submerged in the oil. Cool the bottle for a while and then seal the bottle with a cork or lid. Set the bottle aside in a cool dry place where there is no direct sunlight for about a week. It can be placed in the refrigerator. (If you are keeping your oil in the refrigerator, you might see it get cloudy or the part of it will look like it has lumped up. It should clear up once left out in the room temperature). The oil will keep for quite a few months.


    Using Infused Oil

    1. Drizzled over pasta and potatoes.
    2. As salad dressing.
    3. Drizzled on soup.
    4. Brushed on bread while making bruschetta / toasts / sandwiches.
    5. In dips for breads or spreads.
    6. For marinating fish or chicken.
    7. Braising and grilling vegetables.
    8. Makes the most wonderful homemade gift.


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    FOR ABDOMINAL PAIN RELIEF

    The relaxing effect of Dill oil herbal blend combined with Olive oil can relieve spasmodic abdominal pain.
    Mix essential oils and blend them with the Olive carrier oil. You can rub this blend into your abdomen several times each day.

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  • OLIVE LEAF & OLIVE OIL DOSAGE INFORMATION

    SUPPLEMENT FORMS

    Olive Leaf and Olive Oil comes in different forms and is an ingredient in many products. For best results, read and follow product label directions for the treatment of your symptoms.

    When choosing an olive oil it is best to get extra virgin oil, this is a more purer oil. The purer oil will be a golden-yellow color and this insures that the oil has been cold pressed. The oil that is green has extra ingredients and is not as pure and does not have as good of a taste.

    Limited and not conclusive scientific evidence suggests that eating about 2 tablespoons (23 grams) of olive oil daily may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease due to the monounsaturated fat in olive oil. To achieve this possible benefit, olive oil is to replace a similar amount of saturated fat and not increase the total number of calories you eat in a day.




    OLIVE LEAF & OLIVE OIL SAFETY & INTERACTION INFORMATION

    SAFETY CONCERNS

    There are no known safety issues or interactions associated with Olive Leaf and Olive Oil. However, due to its strong effects, pregnant or nursing women should not use Olive leaf, Olive oil, and Olive extracts internally.

    Olive oil's heavy viscosity, oily texture and aroma makes it less preferred than other oils for skin care and aromatherapy applications. If not carefully used or used in a small dilution with another carrier, it may overpower a blend. When purchasing olive oil, be sure you are purchasing a coldpressed virgin oil.

    Olive oil may cause sensitivity or allergic reactions in some individuals.




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  • OLIVE LEAF HERBAL PRODUCTS

    Olive leaf teas have been used for thousands of years to lower fevers, and olive leaf poultices are among the oldest therapies for infections of the skin. Olive leaf is associated with a variety of modern medical claims, some of them backed up with scientific evidence: Antibacterial effects - Elenoic acid from olives is known to be antibacterial (killing both infectious and helpful bacteria), but the elenoic acid in olive leaf may be broken down in the process of making the tea. Olive leaf poultices may heal skin by encouraging circulation rather than by killing bacteria. Cardiovascular effects - Oleuropein in olive leaf and in olives may prevent LDL cholesterol from oxidizing into a form that can form atherosclerotic plaques. The chemical also lowers blood pressure, although only slightly (3 to 8 mm/Hg after 3 to 4 weeks use). Diabetes - Olive leaf extracts have been shown in laboratory studies to lower blood sugars, but their use in treating diabetes in humans is not well documented. Olive leaf tea should be taken with meals. Safety of the herb during pregnancy has not been established. Medical researchers are becoming increasingly concerned about "super bugs" that have developed a resistance to antibiotic drugs. Olive leaf extract is increasingly used in Europe as a replacement for synthetic antibiotics. In the USA, olive leaf extract is being used be a growing number of medical practitioners to combat bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeasts and protozoa.

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    Olive Leaf Extract (Oleuropein) is a natural wide-spectrum antibiotic, anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal compound. Unlike synthetic antibiotics, it destroys only the bad bacteria and protects the good. Medical research suggests that when Oleuropein is taken orally, it has the ability of inactivating bad bacteria. It does this by inhibiting the ability of the bacteria to replicate. Each Capsule Contains: 100 mg of 40:1 Zhu Ling (Polyporus umbellatas) tea concentrate, in a base of 150 mg dried Polyporus umbellatas.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf & Oregano Immune Wellness, Bio Nutrition Inc, 60 VCaps (109280)
    HerbsPro: Echinacea & Goldenseal With Olive Leaf, Planetary Herbals, 60 Tabs (6531)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Enzymatic Therapy, 90 Caps (12748)
    Olive Leaf Extract with Hawthorn provides all the unique advantages of olive leaf in an extract, standardized to contain 17% to 23% oleuropein, olive leaf's most beneficial compound. Oleuropein is helpful for maintaining healthy blood pressure levels that are already within the normal range. Olive Leaf Extract also contains a standardized extract of hawthorn berry, a non-toxic herb that supports healthy blood flow to the heart muscle.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf, Eclectic Institute Inc, 90 Caps (67555)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf, Oregons Wild Harvest, 90 Caps (83533)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Standardized 18% Oleuropein, Bluebonnet Nutrition, 120 VCaps (100914)
    HerbsPro: Oleopein Olive Leaf Standardized Extract, Natures Answer, 140 mg, 60 VCaps (35307)
    Oleopein Olive Leaf (Olea europaea) extract is an herb with extraordinary properties. Although its historical use is extensive, modern science is rediscovering its many benefits in maintaining overall wellness throughout the body. The key to the herb's effectiveness is one of its active constituents, oleuropein. Research has shown that it is one of nature's most powerful antioxidants, having a broad-range of immune-enhancing properties. Standardized extracts are guaranteed to contain a specific quantity of a known marker compound, and are laboratory tested to insure consistent potency. Nature's Answer capsules feature standardized extracts enhanced (Holistically Balanced) with the highest quality of organic, responsibly wildcrafted or cultivated herbs, which maintain the naturally-occurring constituents found in the plant. Manufactured to cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices) standards; Free of synthetic ingredients. Unconditionally Guaranteed.
    HerbsPro: Wellness Olive Leaf, Standardized Extract, Source Naturals, 150 mg, 30 Tabs (13161)
    The Wellness Family of products is designed to support the body's defense system when under stress. Olive leaves have been traditionally used for thousands of years in Mediterranean countries for their beneficial properties. Several phenolic compounds are found in the olive leaf and bud such as oleuropein (phenolic glycoside) and flavonoids. Oleuropein is a natural antioxidant. The hydrolyzed form of oleuropein, calcium elenolate, has been shown in cell culture studies to have potential health benefits.
    HerbsPro: Wellness Olive Leaf, Standardized Extract, Source Naturals, 150 mg, 60 Tabs (3852)
    The Wellness Family of products is designed to support the body's defense system when under stress. Olive leaves have been traditionally used for thousands of years in Mediterranean countries for their beneficial properties. Several phenolic compounds are found in the olive leaf and bud such as oleuropein (phenolic glycoside) and flavonoids. Oleuropein is a natural antioxidant. The hydrolyzed form of oleuropein, calcium elenolate, has been shown in cell culture studies to have potential health benefits.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Standardized, Country Life, 150 mg, 60 Caps (37376)
    Vegetarian/Kosher Olive Leaf Extract contains the highest quality and most biologically active Olive Leaf Extract. Olive Leaf Extract is a source of Oleuropein and Elenolic Acid. Standardized Extract (18% Oleuropein).
    HerbsPro: Wellness Olive Leaf, Standardized Extract, Source Naturals, 150 mg, 120 Tabs (3853)
    The Wellness Family of products is designed to support the body's defense system when under stress. Olive leaves have been traditionally used for thousands of years in Mediterranean countries for their beneficial properties. Several phenolic compounds are found in the olive leaf and bud such as oleuropein (phenolic glycoside) and flavonoids. Oleuropein is a natural antioxidant. The hydrolyzed form of oleuropein, calcium elenolate, has been shown in cell culture studies to have potential health benefits.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf, FoodScience of Vermont, 250 mg, 90 Caps (74941)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf, Thompson Nutritional Products, 250 mg, 60 Caps (35672)
    Olive Leaf 17% oleuropein minimum. Olive Leaf (Olea Europaea) is a broad-spectrum anti-viral compound that helps with all types of viral infections, general heart tonic for arrhythmia, high blood pressure and hypercholesterol.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf With Yarrow, Kroeger Herb, 400 mg, 100 Caps (49594)
    Olive Leaf has become quite popular in Europe as researchers there are discovering these wonderful infection-fighting properties. Yarrow is a meadow plant that is particularly popular in Northern European folk herbalism as a tonic. It is also eaten as a salad herb and used in Sweden in beer brewing. Do not use during pregnancy unless recommended by your health care professional. Many of us are increasingly aware of the imperfections of pharmaceutical antibiotics, and a growing number of us are being diagnosed with chronic, low-grade infections accompanied by a frantic, overtaxed immune system. Since ancient times, folk herbalists have prized Olive Leaf for its many benefits for health and well-being. Traditional folk literature credits it with a wide range of action to help fight infections, promote healthy circulation and generally cleanse the system.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf, Gaia Herbs, 450 mg, 120 Caps
    A dietary supplement that supports cardiovascular health, natural defenses, and healthy immune response with antioxidant properties.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Herbal Single, Natures Way, 470 mg, 100 Caps (18016)
    Contains natural amounts of Olueropein. Herbal Dietary Supplement . Europeans have used olive leaf for centuries for it's natural benefits. Traditionally grown in the Mediterranean regions of Europe and the Middle East, the olive tree has been a source of food, flavoring and oil. Recently, numerous new studies have shown its benefit as an herbal supplement.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Power, Natures Herbs, 500 mg, 30 Caps (17597)
    HerbsPro: Olivir Olive Leaf Extract, FoodScience of Vermont, 500 mg, 45 Tabs (15164)
    An olive leaf extract supplement to support immune system function. Olivir brand olive leaf extract is standardized to yield a minimum of 15% Oleuropein per capsule or tablet. Olivir™ supports "friendly" microflora and can be used to support the immune system.* Available in vegetarian tablets or vegetarian capsules.
    HerbsPro: Olivir Olive Leaf Extract, FoodScience of Vermont, 500 mg, 45 VCaps (69535)
    An olive leaf extract supplement to support immune system function. Olivir brand olive leaf extract is standardized to yield a minimum of 15% Oleuropein per capsule or tablet. Olivir™ supports "friendly" microflora and can be used to support the immune system.* Available in vegetarian tablets or vegetarian capsules.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract 18%, Now Foods, 500 mg, 50 VCaps (68525)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Natural Factors, 500 mg, 60 Caps (83946)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Now Foods, 500 mg, 60 VCaps (68524)
    HerbsPro: ProLive Olive Leaf Extract With Antioxidants, Nutricology ARG, 500 mg, 60 Tabs (18306)
    A highly effective, natural food supplement obtained from selected extracts of the olive tree (Olea europa) formulated with antioxidants and in tablet form to protect its potency. Olive leaf possess a variety of properties potentially being supportive to persons with an imbalance in microbiology.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Standardized, Natures Way, 500 mg, 60 Caps (18017)
    Olive Leaf Extract has anti-viral properties, increases energy, and may be beneficial in the therapy of flu, colds, meningitis, Epstein-Barr virus, encephalitis, herpes I and II, shingles (herpes zoster), HIV, AIDS, chronic fatigue, hepatitis B, pneumonia, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, malaria, diarrhea, blood poisoning, hemorrhoids, fever, and dental, ear, urinary tract and surgical infections.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf, Standardized, Natures Way, 500 mg, 60 VCaps (34517)
    Olive Leaf Extract has anti-viral properties, increases energy, and may be beneficial in the therapy of flu, colds, meningitis, Epstein-Barr virus, encephalitis, herpes I and II, shingles (herpes zoster), HIV, AIDS, chronic fatigue, hepatitis B, pneumonia, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, malaria, diarrhea, blood poisoning, hemorrhoids, fever, and dental, ear, urinary tract and surgical infections.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Olympian Labs, 500 mg, 60 Caps< (74394)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Standardized Full Potency, Solgar, 500 mg, 60 VCaps< (36667)
    HerbsPro: Olivir Olive Leaf Extract, FoodScience of Vermont, 500 mg, 90 Tabs (15165)
    An olive leaf extract supplement to support immune system function. Olivir brand olive leaf extract is standardized to yield a minimum of 15% Oleuropein per capsule or tablet. Olivir™ supports "friendly" microflora and can be used to support the immune system.* Available in vegetarian tablets or vegetarian capsules.
    HerbsPro: Olivir Olive Leaf Extract, FoodScience of Vermont, 500 mg, 90 VCaps (66305)
    An olive leaf extract supplement to support immune system function. Olivir brand olive leaf extract is standardized to yield a minimum of 15% Oleuropein per capsule or tablet. Olivir™ supports "friendly" microflora and can be used to support the immune system. Available in vegetarian tablets or vegetarian capsules.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Natural Factors, 500 mg, 90 Caps (83947)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract 18%, Now Foods, 500 mg, 100 VCaps (68526)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Now Foods, 500 mg, 120 VCaps (68523)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Standardized Full Potency, Solgar, 500 mg, 180 VCaps (36666)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Only Natural, 700 mg, 90 Caps (50513)
    Olive Leaf Extract has anti-viral properties and increases energy. Certified potency. Ancient healing wonder. Contains live Leaf Extract 500mg, Echinacea Augusifolia 150mg, Selenium 50mcg, Certified potency extract concentrated and standardized 6% Oleuropins.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Full Spectrum Immune Defense, Planetary Herbals, 825 mg, 60 Tabs (6590)
    Planetary Formulas Full Spectrum Olive Leaf combines a concentrated olive leaf extract, standardized to 15% of its key constituent oleuropein, with a pure olive leaf concentrate. Combining standardized extract with whole herb concentrate guarantees the presence of all primary and secondary compounds that give olive leaf its immune-supportive effects.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Herb Pharm, 1 fl. oz. (2042)
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Organic, Gaia Herbs, 2 fl. oz. (90977)
    HerbsPro: Oleopein Olive Leaf Extract, Alcohol Free, Natures Answer, 1500 mg, 2 fl. oz. (17274)
    Natures Answer alcohol free extracts are produced using alcohol and extractants are then removed through their cold Bio-Chelated proprietary extraction process, yielding a Holistically Balanced standardized extract. Liquid extracts are absorbed faster than tablets or capsules, and are more potent than tinctures. Holistically Balanced guarantees that the constituents of the extract are in the same synergistic ratios as in the plant.
    HerbsPro: Olive Leaf Extract, Herb Pharm, 4 fl. oz. (32275)


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Olive Leaf Liquid Alcohol Extract, Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 1 fl oz: C
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf (Olea europaea) Glycerin Fluid Extract, Golden Lotus, 2 oz: GL
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf Liquid Alcohol Extract, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 4 fl oz: C
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf (Olea europaea) Glycerin Fluid Extract, Golden Lotus, 8 fl. oz: GL
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf, Cut, Certified Organic (Olea europaea), Starwest Botanicals, 4 oz: C
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf Powder, Certified Organic (Olea europaea), Starwest Botanicals, 4 oz: C
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf Powder, Certified Organic (Olea europaea), Frontier, 1 lb: K
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf Powder, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 1 lb: C
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf Whole, Certified Organic, Frontiers, 1 lb: K
    Kalyx: Olive (Olea europaea) Leaf Powder, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): RF
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf Powder, Kalyx, 1 kg (2.2 lbs): EB
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf (Olea europaea), Starwest Botanicals, 420 mg, 100 VCaps: C
    Kalyx: Olive Leaf (Olea europaea), Starwest Botanicals, 420 mg, 500 VCaps: C


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  • OLIVE HERBAL OIL PRODUCTS

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

    Mountain Rose Herbs: Olive Oil, Extra Virgin, Certified Organic, Organic & Non-Organic Bulk Carrier Oils
    Olea europaea) - Method of extraction: Cold Pressed/Unrefined (Extra Virgin). Olive oil is by far the most universal oils used for a multitude of purposes including cosmetics, as a carrier oil, for hair care solutions, and in cooking. It has a rich, full bodied flavor with a strong aroma and is golden brown in color. Has a great conditioning effect in body care recipes and can be used in almost all applications because of its stable nature. The line of Olive oil offered by Mountain Rose Herbs is 100% pure cold pressed and extra virgin from the highest quality Olives from Spain with no other oils added to it.
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Olive Oil (Olea Europaea), Extra Virgin, Certified Organic Epicurean Oils
    (Olea europaea) - Method of extraction: Cold Pressed / Unrefined (Extra Virgin). Homer proclaimed this enchanting oil as "liquid gold” of the Mediterranean. This pure extra virgin Olive Oil is cold pressed from perfectly ripened organic Picual and Hojiblanca olives grown in the Spanish region of Andalusia. Luxurious and rich, this fine oil boasts a complex and fruity flavor profile with a slight astringent "bite" that is truly irresistible. The perfect complement to almost any dish - though its dynamic flavor may be best experienced unaccompanied. Drizzle generously on garden greens, fresh baked artisan bread, or garlic kissed pasta; this oil is also very suitable for high-heat cooking and frying.


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    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

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    HerbsPro: Carrier Oil Olive, Extra Virgin, Natures Alchemy, 4 fl. oz. (35160)
    HerbsPro: Oil Olive, Extra Virgin, Now Foods, 16 fl. oz. (85943)
    HerbsPro: Oil Olive, Heritage Products, 32 fl. oz. (106111)


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Olive Squalane Oil, Pure, Life-Flo, 2 fl oz: HF
    Kalyx: Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Good Food, 16 fl. oz. (Case of 12): GR
    Kalyx: Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Good Food, 32 fl. oz. (Case of 12): GR
    Kalyx: Olive Carrier & Cooking Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 1 Gallon: C
    Kalyx: Olive Oil, Extra Virgin, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 1 Gallon: C
    Kalyx: Olive Oil, Extra Virgin, Starwest Botanicals, 5 Gallons: C


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