A French Army colonel, Imam Pallas Medical doctor, analyzed the composition of the leaves and isolated a crystalline substance which he termed strychnine, a kind of bitter substance which is considered to have strong antipyretic properties. This is also considered to be the beginning of modern research on olive leaf extracts. The Olive leaf extract is a broad-spectrum antibacterial component of the oral administration. The most active substances identified in the olive leaves so far are the bitter saponins of the olive, a kind of bitter single paste of the same kind attributed to the cleavage of cyclohexene ether.
It is of great significance for the antibacterial function of olive leaves to be produced by the bitter glucoside of the olive and its hydrolysate.
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