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Olive Leaf Extract Dosage
At the time of writing this, there is no standardised olive leaf extract dosage, so hopefully, the following information will assist you in using this herbal remedy wisely.
Laboratory testing has shown that Olea europaea leaves contain phytochemicals. These are naturally occurring, plant chemical compounds, that are not considered to be essential to our survival, even though they have reported health benefits. The Food and Drug Administration do not determine a Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for non-essential nutrients.
Olive leaf extract is not a drug, nor is it claiming to be a cure. There is no established toxicity level and it appears to be safe for an adult to take a maintenance dose indefinitely. For children, however, this is probably not such a good idea, but it will obviously depend on how sick they are. You will need to consult your health care professional about this.
Unlike prescription antibiotics, Olive leaf extract encourages the development of a healthy immune system; and does not destroy the "good bacteria" along with the "bad". That does not mean, however, that we should neglect common sense in taking it.
Capsules are more convenient for travelling. They come in similar or higher concentrations as the liquid extract but they will take a little longer to be digested and assimilated into the blood stream.
The capsule will, of course, keep the liquid from contacting your tongue, mouth, throat and oesophagus, so if you have infected gums or a sore throat, for example, the liquid would obviously be better, unless you can't cope with the taste.
Olive leaf capsules contain either liquid extract or powder (this can be powdered dried leaves or freeze-dried extract). Vegetarian capsules are available.
The average maintenance dose is 1 – 4 capsules per day.
Liquid Extracts are the most easily processed by the body and, if the quality is high, the taste is pretty reasonable. If the bitter taste bothers you, the extract dose can be followed up, or blended with juice, or preferably water. (alkaline water is the best) Peppermint and berry-flavoured liquids are available from some companies.
Although the liquid can be taken with food, there is some thought that the benefit is increased by taking it 30 to 60 minutes before a meal or at least an hour after eating. This is because of a possible conflict with some amino acids present in the food.
The usual adult dose is 15mls per day, divided into two 7½ ml doses; or three 5 ml doses. This is a maintenance amount that is supposedly safe to take for years. However, I have seen some naturapathic advice that recommends taking the extract for 5 days out of 7; or for 3 or 4 months out of 5. The reason for having a break from taking the olive leaf extract was not mentioned.
However, if your condition is severe or stubbornly chronic, or if the extract is of a lesser quality, you can increase the dose to between 15 and 45 mls per day. (Some practitioners have reportedly used double this amount as a short-term dose). If in doubt, check with the manufacturers or your health professional.