Ingredients in 1 vegan capsule
Olive leaf extract (Olea europaea) 680 mg
Vegetable glycerin, vegan capsule (hypromellose), water
Gluten, dairy, soy, corn, yeast, tree nuts, peanuts, shellfish, sugar, GMO
Supports a healthy immune balance.*
- Helps maintain the body’s natural immune defenses
- Antioxidant properties
- Concentrated, single-herb extract
Dr. Jill’s Commentary
Mold mycotoxins can reactivate old problems, and one of these problems is chronic infections. Some infections hang around in our bodies after we fight them. We never truly erradicate them, instead they lay quiet…normally. But if our immune system takes a dip, they reactivate and have a party again in our bodies. These microbes normally exist in a latant phase, such as Epstein-Barr (EBV), Shingles (HZV) and Hand, Foot and Mouth (Coxsackie). But when mold impairs the immune system, the “open for business” sign goes up for these critters.
When fatigue is a significant issue despite a good “Peel The Orange” protocol, I go looking for this class of microbes. Often we need botanical medicines that not only fight the mold, but these guys as well. Olive leaf extract has long been used for reactivated infections. It just so happens, it has antifungal properties as well.
I prefer Gaia Herbs brand for this supplement for its purity and strength. It’s been a solid ally against reactivated infections.
From The Book
Here are some key points from my book, Break The Mold, so you can see how this FIGHT tool fits in.
This picture best describes the steps to recover your health after a toxic mold exposure.
The first solution is to AVOID mold!
AVOIDANCE means getting away from the mold.
FUNDAMENTALS involve specific foods and lifestyle factors that can greatly improve your ability to conquer mold.
PROTECT and REPAIR is accomplished with targeted nutrients to manage the toxic damage from mycotoxin exposure.
FIGHT means conquering fungal overgrowth in your body.
*This statement has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent a disease.