Olive tree leaf infusion is a natural remedy known for centuries. What are its beneficial properties and how to use it?
Everyone knows the olive tree from its fruits, olives, which produce one of the best vegetable oils in the world. However, few people know that the leaves of this typical Mediterranean plant are also edible.
Olive leaf infusion is a famous natural remedy to fight fever and all kinds of infections. Other than its natural, antibiotic power, it has many important beneficial properties. Let’s find out more!
Olive tree leaf infusion: properties
Olive leaves have antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. That is why its infusion has been used for centuries to treat various types of infections. Moreover, it helps to lower body temperature, counteracting a high fever.
Olive leaf infusion is also useful to prevent seasonal illnesses. It helps strengthening the immune system, boosts energies and purifies the body, thanks to its diuretic properties. Finally, it is effective in the regolation of blood pressure, in the prevention of heart and circulatory disorders and degenerative diseases, such as osteoporosis.
Olive tree leaf infusion: benefits
As we have seen, olive leaves have many beneficial properties. Their infusion is excellent to fight bacteria, virus and fungus infections, especially candida albicans and herpes. It is also great for lowering fever without resorting to any medicine.
If you are experiencing a period of tiredness and stress, this infusion will immediately boost your energies, fighting against weakness and sleepiness.
Olive tree leaf infusion: side effects
As for all natural remedies, this infusion can have side effects. It should be avoided if you suffer from low blood pressure, as it may lower it even more and make you faint. In addition, it may interact with certain medications, so before drinking it, ask your doctor’s advice.
Olive tree leaf infusion: how to make it
You need 100 fresh leaves or 50 dry leaves per liter of water. Wash the leaves with water and baking soda, then boil them for about a quarter of an hour on a low heat. Filter the infusion and store it in the fridge, in a dark glass bottle.
We recommend you to take a teaspoon of this infusion two or three times a day, preferably when you are eating your meals, but it is always better to ask your doctor for advice.
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