Olive leaf hides numerous medicinal properties. The most active compound in olive leaves, which are usually bound and therapeutic effect is called oleruopein (bitter glycoside). In fact, oleruopeinot and its degradation products have a very strong antibacterial activity.
With olive leaf and improved the situation in a number of diseases caused by bacteria. It is also good and the urinary tract, but also in surgical infections. It has been proven that olive leaf also prevents infections caused by the action of fungi.
For compounds present in olive leaf, generally thought to boost the immune system, increase energy of the body.
Reduces or even completely eliminates many health problems, lowers blood pressure, blood sugar levels and “bad” cholesterol.
If you suffer from any of the following diseases, use tea made from olive leaves can greatly contribute to improving your health:
– Heart disease and regulation of heart rate
– High levels of fat in the blood
– Chronic fatigue syndrome
– Hepatitis A, B and C
– Meningitis (bacterial or viral)
– Inflammation of the urinary tract
Here’s the best recipe to make tea and use:
Olive tea: For a cup of tea 2-3 dl need 15-20 dried olive leaves.
Allow the water to boil, put the leaves and let it simmer for 2-3 minutes. Allow the leaves to stand in water for 10 minutes and remove. Drink cold and warm with honey, lemon.Tea need to drink every day to feel the results in different diseases. The tea is recommended to drink as prevention to prevent these diseases. The tea has a mild taste with perhaps barely noticeable bitterness.
More recent studies have confirmed that olive tea has more antioxidants than even green tea, making it among the healthiest teas of our planet as a whole.