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The Truth About Olive Leaf Extract
"Calcium Elenolate is not in Olive Leaf Extract!"
Truly Olive Leaf Extract is one of the most amazing herbal extracts to come along in the 21st century, but what has come with it is a lot of confusion!
Have you ever heard any of these statements or words?
We alone concentrate right-handed calcium elenolate. We invented the olive leaf extract. We discovered the secret that The UpJohn Company missed. You've got to have Oleuropein above 17% before it will work. There's only one method to produce olive leaf extract that's truly therapeutic. Ours is patented. Elenolic acid or stereo isomers.
If you have been researching olive leaf extracts you have probably heard several of these statements and have become extremely confused, especially since there are 23+ companies offering what they consider a good olive leaf extract.
I can almost hear what you're saying, What ever happened to, "It works, backed by proof." The answer is, MARKETING!
Companies have to sell their products and if they can convince you that theirs is the best, better or the only one, hopefully, you'll buy it. But BEWARE, many things being said about olive leaf extract are not true!
It's time to end the confusion and reap the truth. We'll back it with proof so you'll know where to go and won't be confused any more. I'm going to explain, in layman's terms, some complicated things, but bear with me, there's light at the end of the tunnel!
After reviewing the list of constituents that come out of an olive leaf extract and not finding Calcium elenolate in it. I called Harold Renis, a virologist who used to work for The Upjohn Company. He wrote many of the articles that pertained to Calcium elenolate at the time of testing. He agreed that Calcium elenolate came from acid hydrolysis of elenolic acid. Whereby they boiled elenolic acid with calciun carbonate to produce Calcium elenolate.
It finally made sense! It doesn't happen in the body. It was produced in a lab. So what is it that's working as an antiviral in olive leaf extract? To understand this we have to start with what's in a good olive leaf extract.