English: Herbal tea olive leaves
Organic herbal tea with Taggiasco monocultivar olive leaves, an ancient and surprising flavor from the times of the ancient Greeks and Egyptians, relaxing and regenerating for the well-being and balance of the body. 11 sachets of biodegradable herbal teas with a gift inside an inedible crystal therapy stone. The olive leaf is rich in therapeutic properties: antioxidants and contains various polyphenols (oleuropein, hydroxytyrosol, elenolic acid and rutin) which have multiple benefits on the body. In addition to research conducted internationally, the Italian Ministry of Health has also officially recognized the benefits of the olive leaf on the human body: antioxidant action against free radicals responsible for cellular aging, stimulation of the metabolism of carbohydrates and lipids, aid to normal blood circulation (useful in case of varicose veins, varicose veins), regularity of blood pressure (help in cases of hypertension) The olive leaves also have, according to some authors, hypoglycemic, diuretic and cholesterol-lowering properties. olive leaves of a particular substance Oleuropein (Oleuropein), a bitter glucoside. The hydrolysis of Oleuropein generates molecules that are very important for our health: Helenolic Acid, Hydroxytyrosol, Tyrosol and Rutin. The leaves of the olive tree, as well as the olive oil, have an antioxidant action: the daily intake of extracts of olive leaves prevents cell oxidation and counteracts the action of free radicals responsible for cell aging, Properties purifying, the herbal teas with olive leaves promote the elimination of uric acids, toxins, fats and sugars in the blood while promoting the purification of the liver and kidneys, supporting the cardio-circulatory system.
The leaves of the olive tree have a strong hypotensive effect as they are shown to increase the elasticity of the arteries and thus promote regular blood circulation by counteracting phenomena such as varicose veins, heavy legs and varicose veins.
Lower cholesterol: olive leaves have a cholesterol-lowering action as they reduce the levels of bad cholesterol and raise those of good, high-density cholesterol. Olive oil, which contains vegetable proteins and monounsaturated fatty acids, also helps reduce cholesterol. it has been shown in vitro that the extracts of olive leaves, in particular oleuropein, responsible for the longevity of the olive tree, is able to increase the immune system and has an antiviral action (Herpex Simplex, Candida, etc.), Antifungal and Antibacterial.