Olives are widely grown throughout the whole world, and they are
mainly used for culinary purposes. It is interesting that they have been
used in culinary and medicinal purposes since ancient times, and it is
thought that they have powerful healing properties and the ability to
cure flu, herpes, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, pneumonia, hepatitis B and
meningitis. What makes them so useful is a chemical compound called
Oleuropein acts as an anti-fungal, anti-parasitic and anti-bacterial agent, which makes it highly effective antiseptic.
Tea made from olive leaves is great against a number of health issues:
– Stomach Ulcers
– Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
– Hepatitis B
In addition, this tea will also help you raise your energy levels and
it will boost your immune system. You can drink it when you’re feeling
stressed and you want to relax, and its excellent for use after a chemo
- 15-20 dried olive leaves
- 2-3dl boiling water
Leaves should be collected in the Spring and dried outside. When they
have thoroughly dried out, put them in a jar and keep them in a cool
place. You will need 15-20 leaves for this tea.
Put the leaves in boiling water for 10 minutes . After that let the
tea cool off for 15 minutes and add lemon juice and honey if you want to
enrich the taste. Drink the tea for several consecutive weeks and you
will feel all its advantages.