Tocotrienols are essentials nutrients which are required by the body for various functioning as they act as good antioxidant. These are the members of vitamin E family and used as preservatives of food and also found applications in preparation of various medicines.
Oleuropein, a polyphenolic compound enriched in olive oil and leaves of the olive tree. Oleuropein is the active ingredient found in green olives and olive leaf. The effectiveness of olive leaf extract depends largely on the on the rate of oleuropein. Oleuropein and its metabolite hydroxytyrosol have powerful antioxidant activity in vivo and in vitro.
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Oleuropein Benefits :
The oleuropein in olive leaf is a natural wide-spectrum antibiotic, antiviral, anti-bacterial, and antifungal.
Oleuropein is best known for its blood pressure-lowering effect.
Oleuropein has been shown to have cardioprotective, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticancer, anti-angiogenic and neuroprotective functions.
Useful in cases of yeast and fungal infections, herpes, allergies, psoriasis, chronic fatigue, and many other pathogens.
To increase blood flow in the coronary arteries, relieve arrhythmia.
Characteristics of Oleuropein :
Oleuropein is an important constituent of olive fruits and a widely studied natural product with numerous health-related activities.
Phenolic compounds make up 2-3% (w/w) of olive flesh, whose most abundant part is oleuropein which is responsible for the characteristic bitter taste of olive fruits.
Oleuropein is a water-soluble component which has a potential to use as a food supplement.
Olive fruit is rich in the secoiridoids oleuropein, dimethyl oleuropein, ligstroside, and in their hydrolytic derivatives.
Antioxidant activity of oleuropein is mainly due to the hydroxytyrosol moiety in its structure.
Oleuropein preparations have been claimed for several pharmacological effects.
Despite these potential health benefits, oleuropein is removed from olives due to its bitter taste.
Oleuropein and its derivatives are inhibitors of lactic acid bacteria growth which has an important role in table olive fermentation.
Oleomega is a monounsaturated fatty acid present in the oil of Seabuckthorn in a proportion of 28%.
Health Benefits of Oleomega :
It is known for its properties as a cholesterol reducer.
Its leaves are also rich in antioxidants. They help protect against liver diseases.
Sea buckthorn oil has a number of health applications, including dry mouth, mouth ulcers, gastric ulcer, inflammation of the urinary tract, cervicitis, genital ulcers, sinus inflammation, and ocular dryness
Aronia is a rosaceae family’s deciduous shrub which is commonly found in wet woods and swamps. It has various medicinal properties; therefore its extract is finely processed under the firm direction of experienced quality controllers who ensure its medicinal properties will remain intact. It is widely accepted by large numbers of clients owing to its longer shelf life and excellent chemical versatility.