This olive tree or a Mediterranean tree which can also see this plant in Australia, Peru and Chile. Its leaves were used for their medicative attributes since ancient Egyptian times, and were considered a symbol of divine power. In the 19th century, olive tree leaves were summed to hot drinks to reduce fever, while a couple of tenners later, they were used for a tea against malaria.
The antibacterial attributes of the leaves are used against sicknesses such as candida infections, meningitis, encephalitis, influenza, the human herpes virus 6 and 7, hepatitis B, pneumonia, common cold, Epstein - Barr virus, Herpes I and II, herpes zoster, malaria, fastidiousness, chronic fatigue, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, severe diarrhea, urinary tract infections, infection of the ear, dental surgeries as well as HIV/ ARC / AIDS.
The excerpt of the leaves can protect your heart from coronary occlusion and your blood vessels from damage, and when taken for a longer period, it also precludes atherosclerosis.
All these profits have led to the recent uncovering of the so-called "Mediterranean diet" which takes high quantities of olive oil that is good for your overall health. However, the addition of olive tree leaves in your diet can ameliorate your health even further and prevent numerous diseases. You can find their extract in condensation or oil form, or you can just take the whole leaves. Prepare some tea for them and then add some honey to sweeten it, or put a few dips of the oil on your tongue in order to boost your health.