In september of 2011 I had my very first breakout. I wanted to tell you all of my progress and setback and everything in between. The active ingredient oleuropein, found throughout the tree-is the same bitter substance that is removed from green olives when they are processed. The people infected by the Type 2 Herpes may get sores mainly in the genital or rectum area but there are chances of getting such sores in other parts situated below the waist. Thanks for the reminder though. Walker noted that this natural substance is toxic to bacteria-caused diseases like anthrax and botulism. Much smaller and less severe.
For continued daily dosage always, always, use olive leaf extract pills or tincture and perhaps l-lysine. And, of course, there is the barrage of infectious diseases such as herpes, Epstein-Barr, etc., that are resistant to cures. The medicinal properties of these leaves are helpful in controlling viruses, parasites, candida yeast infection and bacteria related infections in the body, treating cardiac complications, eliminating the formation of free radicals in the body causing rapid cell damages, body temperature regulation and much more. Bacillus cereus causes a potentially lethal form of food poisoning characterized by vomiting, severe flatulence, diarrhea, muscular weakness, nerve damage to the heart, and pain in the upper arms, neck, chest and bones. Oleuropein is thought to achieve the bacterial destruction of Bacillus cereus by either inactivating cellular enzymes crucial for bacterial replication or by attacking the cell membrane, destroying its permeability and causing leakage of intracellular components such as glutamate, potassium and phosphorus. Afer doing my own research and talking to some people at the health food store, i am now taking olive leaf (130mg) echinacea (760mg) andrographis ((400mg) another supplement that has more of those 3 herbs plus elderberry and a few other things, and am also taking a bio-active silver hydrosol @ 50mcg 7 times per day. I tested negative 4 times.
But even the most serious infections like the retrovirus HIV, herpes and STDs respond to treatment with olive Leaf Extract. Recommended Dose for HerpesThe doctors recommend the dosage of one or two capsules of 500mg and 1000mg respectively as per the severity of the complications. As recently as 1998, researchers investigated oleuropeins antibacterial action and concluded that it can enhance nitric oxide production in mouse macrophages. By increasing nitric oxide production, oleuropein appears to arm the macrophages against endotoxins (bacterial poisons generated by gram-negative bacteria). Interestingly, oleuropein only increased nitric oxide production when endotoxins were present. If you really want to see an improvement, go to a realiable doctor and have it done once a month. What kinds of microorganisms could be direct causes?
The olive leaf extracts also contain detoxifying properties that help in eliminating the toxins and other impurities in the blood offering a natural cleanse in the entire body. In 1960, Panizzi et al9 had isolated a bitter glucoside, oleuropein, from olive leaves, with the empirical formula C25H32O13. The substance, later determined to be a phenolic compound belonging to the iridoid group,10 was also present in the olive itself. Oleuropein, as with Pallas “Vauqueline”, was considered to be the source of the olive tree’s powerful disease-resistant properties. It was subsequently found that removal of oleuropein from olives enabled fermentation to take place successfully. 2. What Is Herpes Simplex Virus Can you die from Olive Leaf Extracts Benefits And Side Effects In Treatment Of Herpes.
The waste waters from this process were generally discarded; however, it was found that if the waters found their way into the soil, they displaced beneficial bacterial flora and adversely affected the natural biodegradation process. A variety of antibacterial actions of oleuropein and its associated compounds have been demonstrated in vitro. Fleming et al8 isolated six major phenolic compounds from green olives; one particular compound, possibly a hydrolysis product of oleuropein, was much more inhibitory than oleuropein itself to the lactic acid bacterium Leuconostoc mesenteroides FBB 42. Later on, the oleuropein aglycone and elenolic acid were found to strongly inhibit the growth of three further species of lactic acid bacteria,Lactobacillus plantarum, Pediococcus cerevisiae, and Lactobacillus brevis. For example, those found in chronic fatigue patients’ blood may be mycoplasmal fragments. Oleuropein itself was not inhibitory to these bacteria, but did inhibit three species of non-lactic acid bacteria,Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillis subtilis and Pseudomonas solanecearum. In addition, an acid hydrolysate of an extract of oleuropein (containing hydrolysis products of oleuropein not specifically identified) inhibited the growth of a further eight species of bacteria.
Some more recent in vitro studies have shown that oleuropein and/or its hydrolysis products also inhibit the germination and sporulation of Bacillus megaterium15 and inhibit outgrowth of germinating spores of Bacillus cereus T.21 Up. In addition to its antibacterial actions, elenolic acid has been shown to be a potent inhibitor of a wide spectrum of viruses. In search of new antiviral compounds, Renis22 tested the effects of the calcium salt of elenolic acid (which had proved to be the most active olive-derived compound against bacteria) on a range of viruses in vitro, and found that calcium elenolate destroyed all the viruses it was tested against. Stephen Levine, Ph.D., President and Director of Research at Allergy Research Group, recommends drinking lots of pure water to aid the body in eliminating the toxins released by the action of the olive leaf extract. Calcium elenolate also inhibits the RNA-dependent DNA polymerase I enzymes (reverse transcriptases) of murine leukaemia viruses (MuLV(M) and Rauscher),23 and the DNA polymerase II and III enzymes of Eschericha coli24 in vitro. In addition to its in vitro effects, Soret25 showed that calcium elenolate effectively reduced viral titres in vivo when given before and/or after inoculation of hamsters with myxovirus parainfluenza type 3 (HA-1 virus, strain C-243). Treatment with calcium elenolate, but not placebo, prevented spread of viral infection to the lungs.
Researchers have shown that calcium elenolate, a component of olive leaf extract, is lethal to a number of viruses. Different forms of influenza viruses were particularly vulnerable to this natural substance. Studies at the University of Milan, Italy, show that as an antioxidant, olive leaf extract interferes with the processes that lead to lesions and arthero-sclerosis. The researchers hypothesized that the calcium elenolate prevents viruses from entering cells. In a 1969 report in the journal Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, the lead researcher for the Upjohn study, Harold E. Renis, reported that calcium elenolate inhibited a number of viruses, including parainfluenza, herpes, pseudorabies, vesicular stomatitis, encephalomyocarditis, Newcastle disease, some forms of polio, and Sindbis. Every virus exposed to calcium elenolate, except for reovirus and poliovirus, were inactivated.
Other researchers at Upjohn administered calcium elenolate into the nasal cavities of a variety of animals. For an acute condition, as many as four to eight doses a day may be taken, but consult with your health care professional about what’s right for you. Morton Walker, olive leaf extract also inactivates smallpox, Ebola, plague, Epstein-Barr virus and hepatitis. Up. According to federal researchers, such deaths rose by 58% from 1980 to 1992, pushing this category of illness up behind heart disease and cancer in the No. 3 spot of killer diseases. While the AIDS epidemic accounts for most of the rise, experts say there has been an unusual increase in mysterious respiratory infections among the elderly and blood infections among people of all ages.
When you eliminate the AIDS the death rate during the same period for all other infectious diseases rose by 22 percent. The World Health Organization (WHO), back in 1978, looked to the future and issued a report which contended that by the year 2000, sources other than Western, technological medicine would be needed in order for all people to have adequate health care. The organization subsequently adopted the report that recommended the use of traditional forms of healing and medicine, such as the use of herbs, to meet the demands of an factor, exploding global population. As we approach the year 2000, the wisdon — and the urgency — of this advice is obvious in the light of the serious side-effects and shortcoming of pharmaceutical drugs. With the emergence, for instance, of antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains, natural products such as olive leaf extract take on greater importance. Even if new antibiotics are developed, new infectious bacteria would emerge that are resistant to new drugs. In the case of herbal medicinals, their complex chemistry may often render them potentially more effective against a wide variety of microorganisms for which pharmaceutical drugs prove to be ineffective.
Up. It will be interesting to see if olive leaf extract can benefit AIDS cases. We know that it inhibits the production of reverse transcriptase and protease, enzymes necessary for certain viruses, such as HIV, to damage healthy cells. Informal, preliminary reports are promising. Mark Konlee, editor of “Positive Health News,” a newletter on alternative treatments that circulates widely in the AIDS community, has reported exciting initial results with olive leaf extract, either in the tablet supplement form or directly as a tea brewed from leaves, in combination with other ingredients. Naltrexone, an immune-stabilizing drug used in the treatment of heroin and alcohol addiction. Clinical trials conducted by Bernard Bihari, MD, a New York City physician specializing in HIV/AIDS, demonstrated that this preparation stops the progression of the disease and the decline of the immune system in a majority of patients who take it regularly.
Naltrexone stimulates key hormones regulating the immune system and the communication between the brain and immune function. No side effects have been reported. DNCB (dinitrochlorobenzene), a chemical used in photography labs that is applied in small doses on the skin. This compound acts as anti-viral agent by stimulating killer cell activity. An estimated 7,000 patients with AIDS have used this substance for some 10 years. 1. A patient had been using Naltrexone since October 1995 along with weekly topical applications of DNCB.
He had not used the olive oil/lemon juice blend. In August of that year he had had a CD8 count of 700. CD8 refers to killer T cells, which, along with so-called Natural Killer cells, are major immune destroyers of virus infected cells. They reduce viral loads and inhibit damage to the body’s defenses. In January of 1996, his CD8 count had risen to 1380. In March of 1996 he added olive leaf extract at the standart dose of one capsule four times daily. He initially experienced a mild headache, a probably “die-off effect.” Within days, he reported a significant increase in energy along with the disappearance of swollen lymph nodes.
He said he felt 20 years younger. On March 21, his CD8 count had soared to 1920! His physician said never before in his career had he seen such improvement in an AIDS patient. His HIV viral load, as measured by PCR technology, had dropped from 160,000 to 30,000 in two months. Soon afterward, he reported that his PCR results for HIV were now down to 692. 4. Another patient with Kaposi’s Sarcoma and retinitis added five capsules of olive leaf extract daily along with Naltrexone and DNCB.
After doing this, he said that the sarcoma lesions stopped growing. This prompted him to stop two drugs he had been taking — Ganciclovir and Biaxin — because of severe intestinal side effects. A few days after discontinuing the drugs, his digestion returned to normal. He soon reported improved vision and that lesions were becoming lighter in color. 5. One patient took the olive leaf extract by itself for about 3 1/2 months. His HIV viral load dropped nearly in half as a result, along with significant improvements in his white blood cell counts.
After adding Naltrexone and the lemon/olive oil drink, his improvement accelerated. 6. In reference to HIV, Positive Health News (m) reports that a man from Oakland, CA, who after taking Olive Leaf Extract 4 times a day for 3-1/2 months, without any other medications, lowered his HIV viral load 47%, his CD4 and CD8 count rose 24% and 27%, his WBC was increased 38% and his absolute Lymphocyte count rose 40%. I’d say Olive Leaf Extract made a difference! Up.