Olive Leaf Glycerite
The 'anti-aging' claim drew me in, but the antioxidants kept me coming back for more. I just feel healthier when taking taking the Olive Leaf. The flavor is not my favorite, but a dropper full in 2 oz of water is no big deal.
April 8, 2013
i love it
its so funny how we are all different! I know another reviewer didn't like this, but I really enjoy the taste and texture of this product. I mix it with a little water--and often some elderberry syrup and/or eleuthro if I'm taking them also. It has a natural sweetness to it--and my sense is that I absorb it better this way.
February 27, 2012
Ok, i have taken supliments for years and multiple times i rely upon oral adminstered glycerines due to the effectiveness from being absorbed in the mouth. I have to draw the line with this one though. I'm sure it is effective if someone can take it but I can't get past the taste. It tastes like a mash of green leaves with a little bit of oil and a hint of mint. And it looks exactly how it tastes, a green paste. You can possibly mix it with something but that defeats the purpose. You take a glycerin for the absorbtion effect in your mouth. If you mix it with something it just goes straight to the stomach.
February 20, 2012
Better than olive leaf capsules
I believe this liquid form of olive leaf helped me more than the capsules I was taking. It was first recommended to me by a local health food store but their price was abt 30% higher than Swanson.
I usually place the recommended amt into 1-2 oz of water and take twice daily.
February 25, 2011