NZYMES® Tincture of BlackLeaf for Pets is a powerful herbal blend of “Black Walnut”, “Olive Leaf” & “Cayenne” developed for pets of all ages. The botanicals are wildcrafted and harvested at optimal potency using the “Foss Method” allowing each molecule to become saturated with the plant’s total natural essences and anti-microbial properties. This powerful product also offers many “Internal and Topical” support uses.
Note: Tincture of BlackLeaf may vary in color and appearance from batch to batch due to the natural wild-crafting.
What Does Olive Leaf Do?
“Olive leaf” throughout history has been recognized to help support good immune health. Olive leaf is a powerful choice in the battle against environmental stressors. Scientists isolated a particular substance from the olive leaf and named it “oleuropein”. This was found to be the substance which made the tree itself more hardy and resistant. By the 1960’s, further research showed that the active ingredient in oleuropein was “elenolic acid”. Olive leaf may offer support for upper respiratory problems.
As far back as Biblical times, the Olive leaf has been associated with many amazing health-support properties. In later times, the olive leaf specifically was found to be very effective as ‘tea’ made by boiling down olive leaves in water. This recipe was well-known in England in the mid-1800’s for helping travelers returning from the tropical colonies.
What Does Black Walnut Do?
Black walnut is similar to olive leaf in regards to natural immune actions. It is known to help oxygenate the blood and has natural anti-parasitic qualities. The compound also contains a highly concentrated form of organic iodine. Internally, Black Walnut may offer support for occasional constipation, and the fight against environmental stress.
What Does Cayenne Do?
Perhaps the greatest natural stimulant known, Cayenne has been called the single greatest “driver” of other herbs. No other herb is quite in this class making it a must for all formulas. Simply said, when you need to get an herb to any location in the body cayenne reigns supreme. The uses of cayenne are so numerous that it has been claimed “the single greatest herb.”
Cayenne pepper is derived from the fruit berry of Capsicum annum, a tropical shrub. In folk medicine, it has been used for respiratory and digestive health*. Recent studies, however, have shown that it can help support the circulatory system*. Regions of the world where cayenne pepper is consumed regularly have shown circulatory wellness*.
*These statements have not been evaluated by Regulatory Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.