Olive Leaf And Fungus

It is estimated that more than ten million Americans suffer from disfiguring and painful fungal nail infections. This large number of sufferers makes it one of America's most under-recognized health problems. It is frequently found among people with cancer and diabetes, among athletes, elderly individuals, people who spend considerable time standing or who wear the same shoes day after day, or who wear artificial fingernails. Many drugs lower resistance and are believed to make people more susceptible to infection.

Olive Leaf Extract offers a natural and much less expensive method for self-treatment of nail fungus problems.

The first thing that comes to my mind after reading the list above is that it's too good to be true, and we all know what they say about that. This may well be your reaction. In the final analysis, you must determine how you want to deal with whatever health problems that you have. I certainly can't take care of them for you, although I fervently wish that I could. Has your doctor been providing an adequate result for you? If so, then you may not wish to experiment with this NEW item.

On the other hand, if you have been desperately searching for something that could help you change your present health situation. This may be it. You have patiently read this far…please listen to what a few people have said about East Park's Olive Leaf extract, d-Lenolate.

A California physician began using Olive Leaf Extract early in 1995. He stated: "I think we are just beginning to scratch the surface for what seems to be a very promising and unique herbal with multiple applications. We continually hear from patients about new and unexpected benefits. Although we do not have long-term perspectives as yet, clinical results are very positive."

Phil Solenski, at the institute of Holistic Studies in Santa Barbara, reports: "Some patients have told me that d-lenolate took down their dental-infections in a matter of hours! The response is quite impressive."

An Arizona Biochemist declared, "It (d-lenolate) sure has power, particularly against viruses that are more tenacious! It fills a hole that we haven't been able to fill before. It gives us a new effective tool."

The Los Angeles Times front-page story printed August 24, 1995, reveals our communal plight, "To counteract the rise in drug resistant microbes, researchers suggest…that doctors cut back on the indiscriminate use of antibiotics."

In that same article they continued, "Over the last decade, medical scientists have grown increasingly concerned about the emergence of antibiotic resistance as seemingly vanquished microbes have bound back newly endowed with an ability to fend off the antibiotic drugs that were the glory of 20th Century Medicine."

In conclusion the article stated, In addition to pneumonia bugs…TB, gonorrhea, staph infections, certain intestinal diseases have also humbled medical scientists by proving that the victory over infectious diseases was not final."