The properties of the olive leaf have been used in alternative medicine since ancient Egypt. The power of the plant extract ranges from preventing cancer to treating urinary diseases.Olive leaf has great antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal power. Excellent for treating conditions such as herpes, pneumonia, hepatitis B, flu, candidiasis, meningitis, encephalitis, dengue, malaria, gonorrhea, diarrhea, tuberculosis.

It is also a great source of nutrients like magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, manganese, zinc and selenium. They are antioxidants, act against aging and stimulate metabolism, promoting fat reduction and weight loss.

In addition, the plant also helps treat problems in the digestive system, blood vessels and arteries, heart, strengthens the immune system and fights Alzheimer’s and stroke.

The extract from the leaf of the tree that produces olives has been shown to be a great way to deal with and prevent diabetes. The plant has an oleuropein substance, which normalizes the levels of sugar present in the body.

It also helps to detoxify the body, as the olive leaf helps in omitting toxins and preventing the problem of high blood pressure.

olive tea


  • 1 liter of water;
  • 1 tablespoon of crushed olive leaves.

Preparation mode

Boil the water in a non-aluminum pot. When the liquid reaches a boil, pour in the leaves. Simmer for a while longer, then turn off the heat and smother the drink for about 20 minutes. Before consuming the tea, strain the drink.