Olea europaea


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Olea europaea

(ō′lē-ă ūr″ŏ-pē′ă) [L., European olive]
The scientific name for the olive tree. Allergens in the fruit may cause anaphylaxis in susceptible individuals. Abbreviated Ole by the World Health Organization.
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Olea europaea and related species Olea hochstetted and Olea welwitschii of the Family Oleaceae
The antioxidant and anti-proliferative activity of the Lebanese Olea europaea extract.
Olive leaf water extraction (OLWE) and olive leaf decoction (OLD) were derived from the same collection of Olea europaea leaves.
Velvet Skin Coat ingredients: cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer, HDI/trimethylol hexyllactone crosspolymer, olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, silica, and propylparaben.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE: In Southern Europe Olea europaea leafs are known as a folk remedy for hypertension.
From the Roman period onwards, Olea europaea becomes dominant, probably as a result of the expansion of the olive crops, in addition to the presence of the wild species, the oleaster.
Strategy of selection and isolation for the active principles of Olea europaea and Peucedanum ostruthium.
However, the climate is unsuitable for dry cultivation of the olive tree and Egypt lies outside the ecological range of the wild olive, Olea europaea subsp.
Olea europaea preparations are traditionally employed in a variety of troubles, including skin infections.
africana) as well as methyl maslinate (MM) isolated from the leaves of Olea europaea (Cape cultivar) were examined.