Φύλλα ελιάς

Oliva Europea

In ancient Greece, the olive tree was considered to be sacred. The myth says that when the goddess Athena struck her spear in the ground, an olive tree emerged, which was considered so valuable by the citizens of Attica that they named the city Athens in her name.

Olive tea boosts your immune system and has high antioxidants that help increase your energy level. It's also a treatment for chronic fatigue.

- Cris Kourousis, Chief Herbalist

Taste: Mild sweet aroma


Fatigue, Immune System

Other Benefits:

  • Helps regulate blood pressure, regulate blood sugar and levels of bad cholesterol
  • Relieves digestive problems, hypertention, arthritis, diuretic
  • Helps with urinary tract infections, pneumonia, tuberculosis, influenza, herpes
  • Antibiotic, antibacterial, antiseptic, antimicrobial, antivirals, antihypertensives
  • Olive leaves have more antioxidants than green tea


Do not consume if pregnant or breast feeding


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