The olive is a native of the Mediterranean. The seed is what makes olives (olea Europeea). It has been a part of human life for thousands. Around 6000 years ago, they were first grown in the Mediterranean.
At the court of King Minos in Crete, stone tablets dating back 2500 BC were discovered. These tablets mention parasitic plants and were found at the court of King Minos, Crete.
It was an integral part of society, trade and engineering. There are many urban legends and myths that praise the power of this "Liquid Gold", which Homer described in the Iliad.
Olive Oil was an essential part of everyday life. Olive Oil was a staple of daily life. Sometimes, honey is added.
Some meats had to be oiled before and after eating. It was made from Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Balsamic Vinegar) and was highly valued.
Olive Oil was used by rich societies to beautify their bodies. It was also used to bathe in by rich societies as well as ancient Greek athletes.
Olive Oil was also used to make perfumes and cosmetics. Olive Oil was also used as a base for cosmetics and perfumes.
Olive Oil has long been used as a remedy for cuts and bruises, sore throats, and other ailments. The versatility of olive oil is a major advantage, especially when it comes to beauty and health.