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The medicinal properties of the extract from olive tree leaves have been confirmed by science on many occasions. To date, it has been found that this powerful extract is highly beneficial for treatment of several health issues including problems with the cardiovascular and immune system, hypertension, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.
Olives are cultivated in the Mediterranean countries. They also grow in the south of Australia, Peru and Chile. Olive tree leaves were used for the Pharaohs’ mummification and their medicinal properties were used in ancient Egyptfor the first time. They were also a symbol of the divine power.
Back in the 1800, olive tree leaves were added to drinks that were supposed to lower fever, and only a few decades later, green olive tree leaves were used as tea in the treatment of malaria.
The antibacterialproperties that these leaves possess have been used to treat a wide variety of such illnesses like: candida infections, meningitis, encephalitis, influenza, the Human Herpes virus 6 and 7, hepatitis B, pneumonia, common cold, Epstein – Barr virus (EBV), Herpes I and II, herpes zoster, malaria, fastidiousness, chronic fatigue, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, severe diarrhea, urinary tract infections, infections of the ear, dental surgeries, HIV / ARC / AIDS.
The extract of these leaves has been proved to protect the heart of coronary occlusion. It also protects the blood vessels from damage. When it’s taken for a long time, the extract of olive tree leaves can also prevent arteriosclerosis.
All the benefits of olive tree leaves and the components of the olive tree in general have led to a new scientific interest in the “Mediterranean diet.” The Mediterranean diet contains high concentrations of olive oil.
It is very good for your health to start using olive oil into your diet, but the addition of olive tree leaves is another natural form to improve your health in ways that you didn’t know were possible.
The extract of olive tree leaves is available in the form of capsules, in the form of oil or simply in the leaves. You can prepare some tea using these leaves and honey, or simply put several drops of the extract of olive tree leaves directly on your tongue.
How to prepare olive leaf tea at home?
Olive leaf can be purchased as an extract in health stores or online. Always make sure the extract was made from organic olive leaves to make sure it’s pesticide free.
If you have access to olive trees, you can make your own tea, just make sure the leaves are of a good quality and haven’t been sprayed with pesticides. Pick olive leaves in the mid-morning when any dew has dried. The leaves should ideally be oven-dried at just below 150 deg F. (65 deg C). When the leaves are dry, crush them by hand and remove the stalks. Steep 1 tsp of dried leaves in a cup of hot water for 10 to 15 minutes, then strain. You may drink three cups a day. The tea is bitter so sweeten with honey. Take this tea with food to avoid stomach irritation.
Olive leaf considers to be safe, but can interfere with certain chemotherapy drugs. In addition, people with low blood pressure are better to pay attention to their blood pressure, so the extract doesn’t reduce it too much. As a general rule, it’s always best to check with your doctor first before taking it.