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Hydroxychloroquine and natural alternative, Olive Leaf Extract

Updated: 3 days ago


These days the Hydroxychloroquine is the medicine of the moment.

In late March and early April, President Trump repeatedly proclaimed that hydroxychloroquine could prevent or treat COVID-19.

What is Hydroxychloroquine used for?

Hydroxychloroquine is used to prevent or treat malaria caused by mosquito bites.

This medication is also used to treat certain auto-immune diseases (lupus, rheumatoid arthritis).

Like every medicine we need to be careful to the several side effects

Hydroxychloroquine side effects

Hydroxychloroquine oral tablet doesn’t cause drowsiness, but it can cause other side effects.

More common side effects

The more common side effects that can occur with hydroxychloroquine include:

  • headache

  • dizziness

  • diarrhea

  • stomach cramps

  • vomiting

Mild side effects may go away within a few days or a couple of weeks. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if they’re more severe or don’t go away.

Serious side effects

Call your doctor right away if you have serious side effects. Call 911 if your symptoms feel life threatening or if you think you’re having a medical emergency. Serious side effects and their symptoms can include the following:

  • blurred vision or other vision changes, which may be permanent in some cases

  • heart disease, including heart failure and issues with your heart rhythm; some cases have been fatal

  • ringing in your ears or hearing loss

  • angioedema (rapid swelling of your skin)

  • hives

  • mild or severe bronchospasm

  • sore throat

  • severe hypoglycemia

  • unusual bleeding or bruising

  • blue-black skin color

  • muscle weakness

  • hair loss or changes in hair color

  • abnormal mood changes

  • mental health effects, including suicidal thoughts


Alternative and natural herb that can help to cure malaria, auto-immune diseases (lupus, rheumatoid arthritis): Olive Leaf Extract

In Italy, people reach for a tincture of olive leaves to reduce fever, and in several countries, olive leaf extract has been used to treat malaria.

From the book "Olive Leaf Extract" Dr. Morton Walker

Between 1827 and 1855, medical information appeared describing the bitter tea brewed from leaves of the olive tree (Olea europaea) as a potential cure of the protozoa-caused disease, malaria. Olive leaves were boiled in water and the solution was administered as a drink to malaria patients.

Discover more about the healthy benefits of the olive leaf extract at:

Olive Polyphenols and Malaria, a back-to-the-future Antiprotozoal strategy

Recently Olive polyphenols are being considered for their potential in the treatment of malaria, however medical literature’s historical reports indicate that reports about the benefits of olive extracts in the treatment of malaria date as far back as 1800. In this draft I discuss evidences validating the hypothesis of a potential role for olive polyphenols in an antiprotozoal strategies for the treatment of Malaria via the findings relating to a commercially available proprietary formulation of olive polyphenols.

Can herbal treatments for malaria work?

A number of scientific studies show that herbal treatments for malaria are in most cases more effective than patent drugs in both treating as well as preventing malaria.

By 1906, scientists claimed that olive leaf extracts were superior to quinine, the primary treatment for malaria at the time.


Hydroxychloroquine and natural alternative Olive Leaf Extract

Olive Leaf Extract

The Natural way to treat:

Viral infections

The common cold


Skin diseases

Heart trouble

And more !



Dietary oleuropein and its new acyl-derivate attenuate murine lupus nephritis

Dry Olive Leaf Extract in Combination with Methotrexate Reduces Cell Damage in Early Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

“Based on my research, I’m convinced that olive leaf extract is destined to become the most useful, wide spectrum, antimicrobial herbal ingredient of the twenty-first century.”

Dr. Morton Walker

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