Olive leaf extract

  • Hydroxytyrosol /3,5-Dihydroxyphenylethanol CAS 10597-60-1

    Not for nothing was the olive wreath bestowed on winners of the Olympic games in ancient Greece. The leaves have been used traditionally in the areas where olive trees grew abundantly to treat varied ailments like fever, asthma, high blood pressure, diabetes, eye infections, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, and gout. And with the renewed interest in alternative medicine worldwide, olive leaves are now making a comeback. Modern research finds that the health benefits of the leaves are chiefly due to two compounds called oleuropein and its metabolite hydroxytyrosol, among other bioactive compounds called secoiridoids and flavonoids. hydroxytyrosol,is also named 3,5-Dihydroxyphenylethanol, CAS: 10597-60-1. It has many kind of benefits.

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  • Weight Loss Olive Leaf Extract Oleuropein 15% 25% 50% CAS 32619-42-4

    Oleuropein is a glycosylated seco-iridoid, a type of phenolic bitter compound found in green olives, olive leaves, and argan oil. During processing of inedible green olives for human consumption as table olives, oleuropein is removed from olives by immersion in lye.. Basic research. In preliminary laboratory research, oleuropein had activity as an agonist of the G-protein estrogen receptor.

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