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QUESTION:  How many drops are in an ounce of

ANSWER:  In general, most extracts fall within
the range of 1,000 to 1,300 drops per ounce.

Note: Some tinctures may appear to be cloudy or have
suspended particles.  This is normal.  Herbs will also
change slightly in color and taste from season to
~ Olive Leaf Extract ~
Antibiotic, Anti-Viral, Anti-Bacterial and Anti-Fungal Properties
Lyme Disease and Epstein-Barr Virus

Suggested dosage:

Shake well.  

Add 20-60 drops to hot tea or hot water one to four
times per day or as directed by your health care

The presence of particular matter in this product is

The olive tree is a small, evergreen tree, averaging 20 feet or more in height. It has many thin branches
with opposite branchlets and shortly-stalked, opposite, lanceolate leaves about 2 1/4 inches long.

Modern research suggests that Olive Leaf maybe used for its powerful anti-biotic, anti-viral and anti-fungal
properties, which support the immune system and yet do not harm beneficial bacteria.  Many sufferers of
Lyme Disease use Olive Leaf with their homeopathic treatments.

Olive Leaf is ethically gathered at peak potency.  The herbs is free of pesticides and herbicides and not
fumigated or irradiated.

Olive leaf tea should be taken with meals.  


PRECAUTIONS:   Do not use if pregnant or nursing.  
Olea europaea

(8 oz comes in glass bottle
with no dropper)

Single HerbTinctures/Extracts are made from a single herb or root.
Compound Tinctures/Extracts are made from a combination of herbs and/or roots for a specific purpose or ailment.
Glycerites are made from 100% pure, Kosher certified, food grade vegetable glycerin and pure Maine spring water.
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Please note, the descriptions below are a compilation of historical and modern herbal remedy
suggestions. Many scientific studies are available online supporting herbal and holistic preparations.  
The following tinctures offer basic information and are listed for educational purposes only.  
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended
to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Please note:  2 and 4 ounce bottles come with glass dropper;
8 ounce container styles may vary and do not come with any dropper.
Last updated 1/1/2015