Olive leaf extract

Olive leaf extract

Botanical Name: Olea europaea L

Raw Material: Olive Leaves

Specs: Oleuropein 20-70% by HPLC

Appearance: Light yellow powder

Oleuropein is the active ingredient from Olive Leaf Extract, found in green olives leaves. Another active ingredient found in olive leaf is hydroxytyrosol. Oleuropein extracted from green olives and olive leaves is known in alternative medicine for its medicinal benefits.

Oleuropein is known for its anti-aging effects, its anti-fungal properties, its anti-inflammatory properties, and antibiotic properties. Olive leaf extracts have also been known to lower blood pressure. Scientists discovered, in an international study, that olive leaf extract contained twice the antioxidants of green tea extract and 400 percent higher than Vitamin C.

Specs: Hydroxytyrosol 3%-20% by HPLC

Appearance: Yellow-brown fine powder

Hydroxytyrosol is one of the key active ingredients in the olive leaf extract. Hydroxytyrosol can also be produced endogenously as it is a product of dopamine oxidative metabolism known as DOPET (3,4-dihydroxyphenylethanol). Hydroxytyrosol is a natural phytochemical with the highest antioxidant properties discovered

Hydroxytyrosol has an ORAC value (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity – its ability to absorb cell-damaging free radicals) which is considered to be 15 times higher than green tea and 3 times higher than CoQ10

Oleanolic Acid Specs: 98%
Appearance: White Fine Powder
Cas No.: 508-02-1
Molecular Formula: C30H48O3
Molecular Weight: 456.71

What is Oleanolic Acid:

Oleanolic Acid (3β-hydroxyolean-12-en-28-oic acid, OA) is a pentacyclic triterpene widely distributed in food, medicinal plants, and nutritional supplements. OA exhibits various pharmacological properties, such as hepatoprotective and anti-tumor effects.

Specs: 10%、20%、30%、40% Maslinic Acid

Appearance: Light Yellow fine powder

Maslinic acid (also named crtegolic cid, crataegolic acid, or Crataegic acid) is a compound derived from dry olive-pomace oil, Research indicates that maslinic acid inhibits serine proteases, key enzymes necessary for the spread of HIV within an individual’s body. Also, research at the University of Barcelona suggests that maslinic acid may prevent colon cancer by acting as an antiproliferative of colon cancer cells.

 

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