Toothache, ear infection.

by Meisie
(South Africa)

Question:
Does olive leaf extract help with toothache and ear infection.

Answer:
Generally yes, it reduces inflammation and fights against bacteria so it should help for both.
You would need to take a strong capsule or you could use an ethanolic tincture and mix a strong solution with a little water and keep it in the mouth in the affected area for a few minutes before swallowing.
If you have an abscess under your tooth from a root canal treatment for example or a leaky filling it would be best to get this seen to by a dentist.


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Tonsillitis

Question;
Can Olive Leaf Extract pills cure Tonsillitis? I think antibiotics aren't good for the body and I wanted to know if Olive Leaf Extract pills could cure it.

Answer;
I think an ethanolic tincture would work very well for this, more so than pills. It will be absorbed partially in the mouth and throat, and if you can gargle with it and get it to coat the tonsils, all the better. It will be absorbed directly through the membranes.

This is not to say any other form of olive leaf extract will not work, they all will but may take longer. Thie tinctures work very well in the mouth and throat.
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Comments:
Works for Me:
by: Stevo

For years I caught Tonsillitis or whatever, then I read about Olive Leaf Extract by Barleans, (liquid).
Well here it is 4 or 5 years later and just a sniffle once in awhile. I don't know if this is the reason but I'm going to continue.
I have my own bottle and I use it when I feel a sore throat or a coming down with it feeling. Just like a Timex, takes a lickin and keeps on tickin.
Thanks, (you're welcome)


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Topical for abscess

Question:
Has anyone used and had success with Olive Leaf Extract in liquid form as a topical treatment for an abscess?

Answer:
People have had great success using Olive leaf extract ethanolic tinctures for mouth ulcers and abscesses under teeth because the absorption is so good in the mouth.

On the outer layers of skin you would need to take it internally as well in the form of tinctures or capsules in a strong dose.

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