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The Oleavicin Advantage

High-Potency Olive Leaf Extract 

Oleavicin's Exclusive Formula 

Frequently Asked Questions 

Oleuropein, the powerful phytonutrient in olive leaf extract - and a key ingredient in Oleavicin's patented formula - may actually help stop your fever blisters from occurring.

OLEAVICIN'S EXCLUSIVE FORMULA

Oleavicin uses patented science to create an exclusive formula of several botanical agents that may have the combined “bio power” to interrupt the viral infection cycle that helps stop fever blisters before they begin.

OLIVE LEAF EXTRACT
Oleavicin’s patented extraction process yields the highest-potency olive leaf extract available. The phytonutrient oleuropein found in olive leaf may interfere with viral replication.1

ST. JOHN'S WORT
Used by herbalists dating back to the ancient Greeks, St. John’s Wort has continued to be a popular ingredient in aiding the relief of many skin ailments. Better still, the oil from this herb contains tannins which can help "dry up" cold sores.

BEE PROPOLIS
A resin collected by honey bees from tree buds and other botanical sources, propolis is thought to help activate the immune system. A 2010 study found that propolis contains compounds that could help destroy the virus that causes cold sores.2

ALLANTOIN
Extracted from the comfrey plant, allantoin is a potent antioxidant that may significantly inhibit the replication of the virus that causes cold sores.

ALOE BARBADENSIS
Aloe barbadensis is known to possess remarkable soothing and healing properties. It has been used throughout history for treating wounds, and as an important ingredient in beauty regimens. As a natural moisturizer it provides cooling hydration, restoring skin tissue back to health.

1. Renis HE, In vitro antiviral activity of calcium elenolate, an antiviral agent. Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 1970;167-72. 2. Schnitzler P, Neuner A et al, Antiviral activity and mode of action of propolis extracts and selected compounds. Phytother Res. 2010 Jan;24 Suppl 1:S20-8. doi: 10.1002/ptr.2868.