Comvita Olive Leaf Extract ResearchComvita’s Fresh-Picked™ Olive Leaf Extract is the extract most often used by researchers around the world when studying or trialling the health benefits of the Olive Leaf. This scientific work is unlocking the ways in which the human body can benefit from regular consumption of Olive Leaf Extract.
Research is carried out not only in the laboratory but also using real world examples of how this great product promotes wellbeing.
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