Olive Tablet (Heart tonic)
In southern Europe, Olive leaves are used as a native remedy for Hypertension and Heart tonic. Oleuropein is a phenolic compound extracted from Olive leaves and has significant antioxidant effects. Reduction of blood pressure by active components of the Olive leaf extract is associated with inhibition of Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE), vascular dilatation, and calcium channel block. In a clinical trial, the effects of reducing blood pressure and blood lipids of Olive Leaf Extract in comparison with Captopril in patients with stage 1 blood pressure were investigated. After 8 weeks of treatment, both groups showed a significant reduction in systolic and diastolic blood pressure than basal values, and the mean reduction in systolic blood pressure during the treatment period was 8.5±11.5 mm in Olive leaf extract and in the Captopril group was 7.6 ± 13.7 mm. Also, the mean reduction in diastolic blood pressure during the treatment period was 5.5 ± 4.8 mm in the Olive leaf extract and -5.2 ± 6.4 in the Captopril group. However, a significant reduction in triglyceride levels, total cholesterol, and LDL was observed only in the Olive leaf extract group. Olivin heart tablets for the mentioned reasons can be used as a great Heart tonic. It contains Olive Leaf Extract.
Heart tonic products; failure prevention
Heart failure means the failure of the heart to pump blood. It does not mean heart -stop or heart attack (though people with heart failure have often had a record of a heart attack in the past). Blood vessel disease and blood vessel disorders should be treated by heart medications, surgery or lifestyle change. But the priority is to prevent from heart disorders. Using Herat tonic foods and supplements can be a good choice. Foods containing omega 3 or foods containing anti-cholesterol substances are such examples. Olive leaf extract is a herbal ingredient that can act as a heart medicine.
What is Heart failure?
Heart failure is also called congestive heart failure. The congestion is meant to accumulate liquids in the body due to a decrease in the ability to pump blood from the heart. Symptoms of heart failure are generated during weeks and months following the weaker heart and less ability to pump blood on the basis of the body ‘s needs. Heart failure often results in the enlargement of the heart (left ventricle).
This failure may occur due to the disorder on the right or left side, or both sides of the heart. Heart failure occurs generally on the left side of the heart. The left side of the heart is more powerful and pumps blood throughout the body. The left atrium of the heart delivers the blood from the lungs and sends it to the left ventricle, where blood enters the circulation of the blood of the body. If the left ventricle is weak and unable to pump the received blood in the front, blood travels back and forth into the lungs.
Olive leaf extract in heart tablets as a Heart Tonic
Studies have shown that, as Olive leaf extract controls the underlying factors of blood pressure. Such as obesity, blood cholesterol, and blood sugar, it can reduce blood pressure. The people of the Mediterranean region are less prone to cardiovascular disease than in other parts of the world. One of the reasons is the consumption of different Olive products.
Also, other studies have shown that Olive leave extract has a good effect on the treatment and prevention of Arterial arthritis. It means preventing the narrowing of the blood vessels. Arterial arthritis which causes an increase in bad cholesterol or LDL is the major cause of cardiovascular disease.
The use of Olive extract regulates the contraction and expansion of the vessels. Also reducing the blood pressure to a large extent. SO it is a Heart tonic agent also you can use olivin heart tablets which contains olive leaf extract. The 2017 research showed that Olive extract was very effective in reducing blood pressure and low blood pressure, lower risk of a heart attack and brain attack.
* Cardiovascular tonic
* Adjuvant treatment for hypertension and hypercholesterolemia
* Prevention of Atherosclerosis
200 Tablets – 250 mg
Olive leaves (Olea europaea) extract
Flavonoids, Oleuropein and Luteolin
Take 3-5 tablets with some liquids a day (divided in 2-3 sets)
Cardiovascular diseases are still a major cause of debilitation and mortality in industrial countries and hypertension is one of the main risk factors. In southern Europe, olive leaves have been traditionally used to treat hypertension. Oleuropein is a phenolic compound extracted from olive leaves and has manifested considerable antioxidant activity in vitro and in vivo. Also, it has been demonstrated that the polyphenols in olive have good bioavailability, which is compatible with their antioxidant effects.
In rats, administration of triterpenoids isolated from olive leaves with a dose of 60 mg/kg for 6 weeks, prevented the progress of hypertension and severe atherosclerosis and improved insulin resistance. Furthermore, the triterpenoids isolated from olive leaves called oleanolic acid, ursolic acid, uvaol and methyl maslinate manifested little toxicity in brine shrimp test and have manifested considerable dose-dependent vasodepressor and sinus bradychardial effects; these effects being more prominent in the cases of oleanolic acid and methyl maslinate. These compounds act as beta-adrenergic antagonists and block the effect of adrenaline and isoprenaline. The demonstrated positive inotropic and dromotropic effects have also been more distinctive in the case of oleanolic acid and methyl maslinate. Oleanolic acid and ursolic acid have shown anti-dysrhythmic effects on chemical arrhythmias caused by CaCl2 and adrenaline and ischemia-reperfusion arrhythmias, which is comparable to the effects of propranolol and is indicative of beta-adrenergic antagonistic effects.
In a survey of the effects of various extracts of 9 vasoactive medicinal plants on contractions of aortic strips caused by K+ depolarization, olive extract has shown obvious effects and a comparison between contractions caused by K+ and norepinephrine showed that olive leaf is an antagonist of Ca++.
Based on research, olive leaf extract causes vasodilatation, bradycardia and negative inotropic effect and probably retardation of atrioventricular conduction in isolated rabbit heart. Also, olive leaf extract causes a reduction in contraction-related systolic pressure in the left ventricle. Researchers have come to the conclusion that olive leaf extract directly and reversibly suppresses L-type calcium channels.
In rats, olive leaf extract (EFLA®943) has had anti-hypertensive effects. In an open study, monozygotic twins with border-line hypertension were randomly divided into various treatment groups. Each group consisted of 10 patients. It was recommended to the participants to either take 500 or 100 mg of this extract daily as a dietary supplement for 8 weeks, or adhere to a healthy lifestyle. Every 2 weeks, weight, blood pressure, blood sugar and lipids were measured. After 8 weeks, in the control group and in the group taking the lower dose of the extract, mean blood pressure remained unchanged in comparison to the beginning of the study, but there existed considerable reduction in blood pressure in the group taking the higher dose of the extract. The considerable reduction was observed in relation to the prescribed dosage. In comparison with the control group, in the group taking 500 mg of the extract, the difference between mean systolic pressure was less or equal to 6 mm Hg. This difference was less or equal to 13 mm Hg in the group taking 1000 mg of the extract. The difference in the diastolic pressure was reported as less or equal to 5 mm Hg. In both treatment groups, cholesterol level showed considerable decline. In case of LDL, the difference between twins in the two treatment groups was dependent on dose and was statistically significant. This study proved the efficacy of olive leaf extract in reduction of blood pressure and cholesterol.
In a survey of the effects of various doses of lyophilized aqueous extract of olive leaf on rat thyroid function, this extract has shown to have stimulant effects on the thyroid, independent from the pituitary gland. This effect might explain the hypolipidemic effect of olive leaf, because with an increase in the thyroid hormones in the circulation, the level of serum lipids including cholesterol decreases. Also, the fact that an increase in thyroid function results in reduction of blood sugar is indicative of hypoglycemic effects of olive leaf.
In an study on healthy rats and streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats, oral administration of olive leaf extract with doses of 0.1, 0.25 and 0.5 g/kg body weight of the animal for 14 days, considerably decreased blood sugar, total cholesterol, triglyceride, urea, uric acid, creatinine, AST and ALT, but increased serum insulin only in diabetic rats (p<0.05). Also, in comparison with glibenclamide (600 μg/kg), the antidiabetic effect of olive leaf extract was more efficient than glibenclamide.
* There is no known contraindication. Nonetheless, individuals with known allergic reaction to the plants in the Oleaceae family should avoid use.
* The safety of the use of olive leaf extract during pregnancy and lactation has not been studied.
Some individuals might be allergic to the product.
No interaction has been reported. Nonetheless, based on its pharmacological effects, concurrent use of Olivin Tablet with drugs reducing blood pressure and blood sugar might increase the efficacy of these drugs; if taken under the supervision of a physician this interaction can be beneficial.
* The safety of the extracts of olive leaves during pregnancy and lactation has not been studied.
* Store at room temperature (15-30ºC).
* Protect from direct light and heat.
* Keep out of the reach of children.