The new favorite in the health industry - olive leaf tea
Olive leaf tea is derived from the young buds on the top of the new branches of the olive tree.
Olive sprouts are rich in polyphenolic active substances such as oleuropein, verbenaside, rutin, tyrosol, and hydroxytyrosol, which have antioxidant, antibacterial, lipid-lowering, anti-inflammatory, and other properties, especially oleuropein has the best antioxidant properties.
Olive leaf tea is selected with one bud and two leaves, hand-picked, and olive leaf tea does not have theophylline, theobromine, caffeine, and other substances that excite people. Drinking a cup of olive leaf tea every day at rest can relieve fatigue and stress all day long. Drinking it for a long time can effectively prevent oral ulcers, whiten teeth, enhance the immune function of the human body, and have good health care effects such as anti-aging.
Since olive leaf tea has a good calming effect, it is recommended to drink it in moderation when meeting or driving.