Other Names: Olive, Olive Oil, Olive Leaves, Sweet Oil, Olivier, Cultivated Olive, European Olive, Lucca Oil, Olea Europaea
Traditional Usages: Food, Culinary Aid, Constipation, Lead Colic, Pin Worms in Children, Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers, Taken Dailly Prevents Heart Disease and Arteriosclerosis and to Alleviate Muscular Pain, Increasing HDL, Decreasing LDL, Rubbing Oil on skin for Rheumatism and Gout, Aches and Pains, Use Leaves to Dilate Coronary Arteries and Improve Circulation, Moderately High Blood Pressure, Infections of the Urinary tract, Nephritis, Promote Appetite and Digestion, Good for Disorders of the Breast and Lungs, Laxative, Disinfect Wounds, Olive Tea leaf lowers Fevers, Mediterranean Diet, Used to Prevent Stretch Marks on the bodies of Pregnant Women, Plague, Dropsy,
Resources: Mediterranean Countries, Turkey, Syria, Chile, Peru, Australia
Parts Used: Oil, Leaves
Herb Action: Lowers blood pressure, mild diuretic, mild hypoglycemic, nutritive
Herbal Research: Olive Oil
Olive Leaf Extract and Grapefruit Seed - Herbal remedy for Fungal Infection: Having a combination of olive leaf extract and grapefruit seed extract in a glass of water is highly beneficial in the treatment of fungal infections.
Health Warning: Grapefruit juice and fresh grapefruit can interfere with the action of some prescription drugs, as well as a few non-prescription drugs. Seek the advice of your medical doctor if your are taking any medications.
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