When used as an oil, olive leaf can be applied externally as a liniment for dry skin, and to the hair to help counter-act dandruff. Taken internally, 1 tablespoon of the oil once or twice daily is a mild laxative. The leaves can be made into a tea for minor feverish conditions, nervous tension, and most commonly to lower blood pressure.
Olive Leaf (Olea Europa)
- Primary Uses: Here are a few of the ailments Olive Leaf can provide relief for: • Blood pressure (lowers) • Inflammation • Viruses/Fevers • Dandruff • Laxative