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Olive Leaf is a source of antioxidants to help reduce free radical damage.
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Consciously created with intelligence and integrity, Wanderlust formulas have a clear purpose: to support you on your wellness journey.
A consciously created plant active in a convenient, readily absorbed liquid herbal extract.
Antioxidant: Olive Leaf is a source of antioxidants to help reduce free radicals formed in the body.
You can expect a bitter taste, which is typical of herbal extracts and all of their goodness.
Complemented with natural peppermint oil.
Take 1.25 mL daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Drop directly onto the tongue or dilute in 30 mL of water or juice and consume immediately. Shake well before use.
Each 1.25 mL contains:
Olea europaea (Olive leaf) leaf ex t. liquid 1.13 mL
Derived from dry 1.13 g
Also contains glycerol and peppermint oil.
Contains 40.5% alcohol.
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy, egg, artificial colours or artificial flavours.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Olive leaf sourced from Spain.
First cultivated in the Mediterranean basin, this small evergreen tree is now grown throughout the world. As its Mediterranean origins might suggest, the olive tree prefers warm weather, full sun and the dry, rocky soil characteristic of mountainous coasts. A single tree can live for hundreds or even thousands of years.
Olives are not used as a natural fruit due to their extremely bitter taste but are rather consumed either as olive oil as the main culinary usage. This may help explain why its botanical name Olea is derived from elaia, the ancient Greek work for olive, andoleum the Latin word for oil.
Olive leaf can be used:
Olive leaf has been closely associated with religion, sociocultural and medicinal needs, used as a symbol of peace, purity and goodness by ancient Romans, Greeks and Egyptians. The leaves represented heavenly power in the tombs of ancient Egyptian pharaohs and benediction in the gilded crowns of Roman Caesars. To the ancient Greeks, victors in the ancient Olympic Games were crowned with wreaths of its leaves. Peace remains the most popular association, with the olive branch appearing on the seal of the United Nations and on British and American coins as a symbol of peace.
No Added Dairy
No Added Gluten
No Added Soy
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