Olé Single Bottle 500ml (1 x 500ml - Peppermint Flavor)


For many centuries, the fresh leaves have a long history of use as herbal tonic to support the body’s cardiovascular function. It is also widely considered as the ultimate natural defender of your immune system, alleviating symptoms of cold, flu, and the common cough. Olive leaf extract comes from the leaves of olive plants, is distinct from olive oil because it contains phenolics such as oleuropein which appears to have many more health benefits. 

  • Promotes normal heart functions
  • Supports healthy cardiovascular system 
  • Reduces vascular stiffness and inflammation
  • Strengthens immunity to fight cold and flu

New South Wales Department of Primary Industries’ Agricultural Institute test results show that olive lead extract was found to contain 6360-8190 mg/L of phenols levels. It has 40 times more polyphenolics than extra-virgin olive oil. The olive trees used to create Olé are planted, grown, and harvested in Australia, with stringent branch-to-bottle processing to retain full range of polyphenols. The growers of Olé’s fresh olive leaves have tested 60 different olive varieties from 12 countries to identify the world’s best variety that is most suited to fresh leaf extract production.

Key Ingredients: 

Olive lead Extract 1 teaspoon (5 ml) contains 2.5 ml of Olea Europaea Leaf Extract

How to Consume: 

  • Adult: 1 teaspoon, 2 to 3 times a day with meals.
  • Children (2-12 years old): 1/2 teaspoon, 2 to 3 times a day with meals.

I’ve been taking this with my family and it has come in handy whenever any of us start to develop a cough or fever. A spoonful of Olé for a couple of days will surely stop it from pushing through. 

- V Partner TG Kintanar

I have asthma and lung problems. If I catch a cold, my chest gets very congested and I can end up in bed for 2 months. Ever since I started using Olé, I haven’t had a cold or been sick in the last nine (9) months. 

- Adel

Note: The statements expressed in this post are the personal opinions of the users. Results from the usage may differ depending on the user and QNET does not take responsibility for the facts and opinions appearing in these testimonials.

  1. De Bock, M., Derraik, J. G. B., Brennan, C. M., Biggs, J. B., Morgan, P. E., Hodgkinson, S. C., Cutfield, W. S. (2013). Olive (plea europaea L.) lead polyphenols improve insulin sensitivity in middle-aged overweight men: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over trial. PloS One, 8(3), e57622.
  2. Lockyer, S., Corona, G., Yaqoob, P., Spencer, J. P. E., & Rowland, I. (2015). Secoiridoids delivered as olive leaf extract induce improvements in human vascular function and reduction of an inflammatory cytokine: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over trial. The British Journal of Nutrition, (15), 1-9. 
  3. Lockyer, S., Rowland, I., Spencer, J. P. E., Yaqoob, P., & Stonehouse, W. (2016). Impact of phenolic-rich olive leaf extract on blood pressure, plasma lipids and inflammatory markers: a randomised controlled trial. European Journal of Nutrition 2016 Mar 7. doi:10.1007/s00394-016-1188-y

Disclaimer: Olé is not intended to treat, diagnose or prevent any medical condition. Individual results may vary.