Research Links

We’ve gathered some great research links to help you if your interested in learning more about Olive Leaf Supplements.

1. Wojcikowski, K, Stevenson, LM, Leach, DN, Wohlmuth, H & Gove, G. 2007. Antioxidant capacity of 55 medicinal

“herbs traditionally used to treat the urinary system: a comparison using a sequential three solvent extraction process, J”

Altern and Comp Med, 13(1):103-109.

2. Dr Bock & Professor Cutfield, 2012.Olive Leaf extract improves insulin sensitivity, Higgins Institute, University of Auckland

3. Samuelsson G. 1951. The blood pressure lowering factor in leaves of Olea europaea. Farmacevtisk Revy;15:229-239.

4. Panizzi L, Scarpati ML, Orient G. 1960. The constitution of oleuropein, a bitter glucoside of the olive with hypotensive action. Gazz

Chim Ital. 90:1449-1485.

5. Zarzuelo A, Duarte J, Jimenez J, et al. 1991. Vasodilator effect of olive leaf. Planta Med; 57:417-419.

6. Gilani AH, Khan AU, Shah AJ, et al. 2005. Blood pressure lowering effect of olive is mediated through calcium channel blockade. Int

J Food Sci Nutr; 56:613-620.

7. Scheffler A, Rauwald HW, Kampa B, et al. 2008. Olea europaea leaf extract exerts L-Type Ca(2+) channel antagonistic effects. J Ethnopharmacol;


8. Sudjana, A. N., Dorazio, C., Ryan, V., et al. 2009. Antimicrobial activity of commercial Olea europaea (olive) leaf extract. Int. J. Antimicrob.

Ag. 33:461-463.

9. Perrinjaquet-Moccetti T, Busjahn A, Schmidlin C, et al. 2008. Food supplementation with an olive (Olea europaea L.) leaf extract

reduces blood pressure in borderline hypertensive monozygotic twins. Phytother


10. Ehsen Haloui, Belsem Marzouk , Zohra Marzouk et al. 2011. Hydroxytyrosol and oleuropein from olive leaves: Potent anti- inflammatory and analgesic activities.

J of Food, Agri & Environ; 9 (3&4): 128-133.

11. Benavente-Garcia O et al. 2000. Antioxidant activity of phenolics extracted from Olea europaea L. leaves.

12. Briante et al. 2002. Olea europaea L. leaf extract and derivatives: antioxidant properties.

13. Dr. Morton Walker. 1997. Olive Leaf Extract, Natures Antibiotic, How olive leaf extract works against Microbes. pp42

14. Knoops KT et al. 2004. Mediterranean diet, lilestyle factors, and 10-year mortality in elderly European men and women: the HALE

project. JAMA 292:1433-9

15. Benaventa-Garcia O et al. 2000. Antioxidant activity of phenolics extracted from Olea europaea L.leaves.

Food Chem 68:457-62

16. Visioli F, Galli C. 2002 Biological properties of olive oil phytochemicals.

Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 42(3):209–2

17. Ahmed S et al. 2003. Elemental analysis if Calendula officinalis plant and its probable therapeutic role in health. Pakistan K sci Ind

Res 46.4: 283-7

18. Boudhrioua, N. et al. 2009. Comparison on the total phenol contents and the color of fresh and infrared dried olive leaves. J

Ind Cro Pro 29(2/3):412-19

19. Kimura Y & Sumiyoshi, M. 2009. Olive leaf extract and its main component oleuropein prevent chronic ultraviolet B radiation-induced skin damage and carcinogenisis in hairless mice.

J of Nutr. 139(11):2079-86

20. Medina E et al. 2006. Comparison of the concentrations of phenolic compounds in olive oils and other plant oils: correlation with antimicrobial activity.

J Agric Food Chem.54(14):4954-61.

21. Haddadin MS. 2010. Effect of olive leaf extracts on the growth and metabolism of two probiotic bacteria of intestinal origin.

Pakistan J Nutr.9(8):787-93.