Olive Leaf Extract tincture 50ml
- more energy
- Diminished food cravings
- Heartbeat regulation
- joint pain relief
- toothache relief
- wound healing
Possible Olive Leaf Extract Side Effects and Interactions
What are the side effects of olive leaf extract? When olive leaf is used in appropriate amounts, it is generally safe. However, on occasion, olive leaf extract may cause dizziness in people who have low blood pressure because it can lower it even further.
Olive leaf may also cause stomach irritations, especially if the dose is too high or the olive leaf tea is too strong. If that happens, dilute the extract with a carrier oil like coconut oil, or add extra water to the tea. Some other side effects may include diarrhea, acid reflux, headache, stomach pain and heartburn.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, do not take olive leaf extract unless it is under the guidance of your physician. There is not enough research to prove that it is safe under these circumstances.
Do not take olive leaf with blood pressure medications since it lowers blood pressure. Olive leaf extract demonstrates hypoglycemic and antidiabetic properties, so if you are on diabetic medication, start with small doses under the guidance of your healthcare professional to ensure that you will not have a reaction. It’s a good idea to speak to your physician beforehand, especially if you have diabetes and are trying olive leaf for the first time.
Olive leaf extract may increase the effect of blood thinners, such as Warfarin. This is because olive leaf may prevent blood platelets from sticking together. If you are taking Warfarin or other blood thinners, check with your physician before taking olive leaf extract.
And if you are undergoing chemotherapy treatment, speak to your healthcare professional before using olive leaf, as it may interfere with some chemotherapy drugs.