Olive tree leaves


Botanical name:  Olea europea                              Habitat: Mediterranean

Plant parts used: Leaves                                        Active ingredients and nutrients: glucoside (oleuropeina)

Therapeutic properties: OLEUROPEINE is the molecule responsible for the effect on the circulatory system. It acts as a vasodilator with a direct mechanism on the vascular musculature, like hypotensive and antiarrhythmic. It is excellent for preventing atherosclerosis and hypertension. Thanks to the phytocomplex and synergism of the active ingredients, olive is also useful in combating the symptoms associated with hypertension, such as headaches. It has a cholesterol-lowering and hypoglycemic effect. It helps with non-insulin-dependent type 2 diabetes.

For prevention and control of: HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

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