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GODS’ Cure Written in the Bible: This Powerful and 3.500 Years Old Remedy, Cures all Diseases!

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Tea of olive leaves may help in healing pneumonia, gonorrhea, tuberculosis, influenza, meningitis, hepatitis B, herpes…

In the Bible the olive tree is mentioned more than a thousand times. Although today’s most popular are olives, but many people do not know that the olive leaves also have a lot of healing properties and the most important compound in olive leaf is oleuropein, which has a very strong anti-bacterial property.

The olive leaf improves the health condition in a lot of diseases which are caused by microbes. It also helps with flu, meningitis, hepatitis B, pneumonia, gonorrhea and herpes.

It also helps with surgical, as well as in urinary tract infections. Olive leaves prevents infection caused by fungi.

Tea of olive leaves may help in the healing of these diseases: pneumonia, gonorrhea, tuberculosis, influenza, meningitis, hepatitis B, herpes, chronic fatigue syndrome, atherosclerosis, botulism, malaria, stomach ulcers, diphtheria, urinary tract infections and encephalitis.

Consumption of olive leaf helps to restore the entire immune system, but also serves to restore energy in the tortured body, for example after chemotherapy. Olive leaves are very healing because they have antiviral, ant parasitic, antibacterial and anti-fungal activities through which it is possible to completely get over a large number of diseases.

Recipe:

You will need 15-20 dried olive leaves for a cup of tea (2-3dl). Put the olive leaves into boiled water and cook them for 2-3 minutes. Leave the leaves to stay in the water for 10 minutes and remove them. You can drink the tea cold or warm; you can add honey or lemon. It is up to your taste. Tea should be drunk every day to feel the improvement of different diseases.

The tea is recommended to drink preventive. It is the best to harvest the leaves in the spring. Store in a closed container, protected of the sunlight.

Source: http://royalbeautymagazine.com/

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