I bought this product because it seems to have a good amount of oleuropein (the active ingredient) compared to many other brands of olive leaf. Seemed to help in eradicating symptoms of an intestinal bug my family picked up. Also noticed my tinea cleared up while taking it, but I was taking a product called Tribiotics at the same time which I think had a synergistic effect.
Good for intestinal bugs
Helped to eradicate an intestinal bug the whole family picked up. Also helps to minimize symptoms of a chronic intestinal infection (blastocystis hominis) resistant to antibiotics. Impressive ingredients list. Not so effective for respiratory infections, but then it is not specifically intended for this purpose.
Good for making mouthwash
I mix this neem extract with water in a 1:10 concentration to make an effective anti-bacterial mouthwash. Have also found it to be quite effective for sore throats and tinea.
I recommend this product only for diabetics and those with raised blood sugar levels. I thought it would balance out my blood sugar levels and stop sudden drops. It seemed to help a bit at first, but then I started experiencing worse than usual hypoglycaemia symptoms when I hadn't eaten for a while, especially on waking in the morning (felt so light-headed it was difficult to wake up). I have had the same reaction to other things though, such as d-ribose powder and even acupuncture treatment.
Perfect for leaky gut
I'm now trying this again as my food intolerances have recently worsened; I took Seacure over a year ago for the same purpose and found it more effective than anything I'd previously tried for treating leaky gut and food sensitivities, including l-glutamine and aloe vera.
Reasonably effective exfoliant serum at a reasonable price. I doubt it has a high concentration of aha though, as most aha products make my skin temporarily red or warm or tingly, and also make my skin tone a little brighter.
Still need to retest, but this product has possibly helped to eradicate infection with blastocystis hominis (in combination with other supplements such as black walnut, oregano oil), probiotics. Still have food intolerances causing gut reactions, though (currently using Seacure to treat leaky gut).
Equally as effective as Garlinase for expelling mucous from the body. Seems to stop my husband snoring at night - whenever I stop giving him garlic he starts snoring or breathing heavily again at night.
for eliminating gas and other food intolerance symptoms.
I was impressed with the ingredients list - this product seems to have a high concentration of antioxidants. However it did not last long (2 weeks). To save money I now prefer to make my own antioxiant serum from concentrated green or white tea (keeps in the fridge for up to a week). For effective hydration, a good hyaluronic acid product is all I need.
One of the better probiotics I have tried. Effective for quickly eliminating gut related symptoms of food intolerances (washed down with 1-2 glasses of water) and for treating constipation. No irritation to my sensitive bowel. Did not eliminate my bloating, but then nothing else I've tried has (even charcoal). I think my distended belly is due to blastocystis hominis, which I'm still trying to eliminate after sixteen years of infection.
Appesrs to be a good product for those who need it. Did not find it helpful myself as I am apparently not low in hcl as I had suspected. Have had more success from quality probiotics (e.g. Culturelle, formulas with l-reuteri) and intestinal healing products such as Seacure. High strength digestive enzymes (Digest Platinum, Best Digestive Enzymes, Digest Gold) have also been somewhat helpful for me.
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