Cure from the Bible, 3,500 Years Old (Recipe)

The Bible mentions olive oil, more than a thousand times, and although today’s most popular fruit is the olive tree itself, many do not know that the olive tree is extremely healing.

Did you know that olive leaf hides numerous medicinal properties?

The leaf contains oleuropein, which possesses exceptional antibacterial activity.

Olive leaf improves the health status of many diseases which are caused by microorganisms. It also helps in influenza, meningitis, hepatitis B, pneumonia, gonorrhea, herpes …

Also it helps in surgical, as well as infections of the urinary tract. Olive leaves prevent infection caused by the action of fungi.

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The use of olive leaf tea can help the healing of these diseases, pneumonia, gonorrhea, tuberculosis, influenza, meningitis, hepatitis B, herpes, chronic fatigue syndrome, atherosclerosis, meningitis, botulism, malaria, stomach ulcer, diphtheria, urinary tract infections, and encephalitis.

Recipe for Tea: For a cup of tea from 2-3 deciliters, it is necessary 15-20 dried olive leaves. In boiled water add the leaves and cook them for 2-3 minutes. Leave the sheets soaked in water for 10 more minutes and remove it. You can drink cold and warm with honey, lemon or nothing. The tea should be drunk every day to feel the improvement in various diseases.

Leave the sheets soaked in water for 10 more minutes and remove it. You can drink cold and warm with honey, lemon or nothing. The tea should be drunk every day to feel the improvement in various diseases.

It is recommended to drink the tea and preventively to trick the above-mentioned diseases. The leaves of the tea it is best to be harvested in the spring, while leaves are still young, rinse it and air dry.

Keep them in a closed container isolated from sunlight.

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