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Olive leaf: hearty immunity

The olive tree is indigenous to the Levant, in the Eastern Mediterranean, but is now grown and used extensively throughout the world. The first Spanish settlers introduced the tree to America. Since ancient times, the olive tree has been utilised for its many medicinal properties.

It’s the first botanical medicine mentioned in the Bible, in 47:12: “The fruit thereof shall be for meat, and the leaf thereof for medicine.” Ancient Egyptians

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