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olive leaf extract 

Olive leaf extract Oleuropein 40%

Product Origin: Extracted from the olive leaf

Used Part: leaf

Product Content: 10% 20% 30% HPLC

Effective ingredients: Oleuropein

Appearance: Brown Powder

Olive is oleaceae osmanthus fragrans lam evergreen trees, is a world famous woody oil plants and fruit with tree species, varieties have higher edible value, rich in high quality edible vegetable oil, olive oil, for the famous tropical fruit trees and important economic trees.


 Olive for hardwood, leaves simple, opposite, flowers white, corolla 4, male and female 2, ovary 2 rooms, each room 2 ovules, stone fruit oil, oval.


Olive leaf is the leaf of the olive tree (Olea europaea). While olive leaf extract is well known for its health benefits, the leaf has been used medicinally in varioustimes and places.Natural

olive leaf and olive leaf extracts (OLE), are now marketed as anti-aging, immunostimulators, and even antibiotics. (olive leaf powder)


Olive leaf extract Function:


1. Olive extract is used in eliminating viruses;


2. Olive extract oleuropein can prevent the hardening of the arteries;


3. As a important medical raws, Olive extract can be used to lower blood pressure;


4. As an effective antioxidant, Olive extract can prevent hardening of the arteries;


5. Olive extract can increase blood flow in the coronary arteries,relieve arrhythmias;


6. In enhancing immunity and improving the autoimmune disorder;


7. Olive extract is used for anti-diabetes.anti-virus, anti-bacteria, anti-fungi, and anti-protozoa. 



Olive leaf extract Application:


 Used in beauty products and health products, can effectively enhance the skin elasticity and moist, anti-wrinkle with the effect of anti-aging. 


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Physical Analysis



Brown Yellow Powder Complies


Oleuropein 40% (HPLC) 40.3%

Mesh Size

100 % pass 80 mesh Complies


 5.0% 2.85%

Loss on Drying

 5.0% 2.65%

Chemical Analysis


Heavy Metal

 10.0 mg/kg



 2.0 mg/kg



 1.0 mg/kg Complies


 0.1mg/kg Complies

Microbiological Analysis


Residue of Pesticide

Negative Negative

Total Plate Count

 1000cfu/g Complies


 100cfu/g Complies









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