Understanding The History Of Olive Oil

Olives are a Mediterranean plant. This indicates that these plants were first cultivated in Greece.

The olive is a symbol for wealth, fame and peace. Homer described it in the Iliad as "liquid gold".

Olive oil was an essential part of everyday life. Sometimes honey is added.

Some meats had to be oiled before and after they were consumed Olive Oil was healthy and used to fuel religious ceremonies

Wealthy societies used olive oil to beautify themselves. It was also used by wealthy societies to bathe in the ancient Greek athletes.

Olive Oil can also be used for cosmetics and perfumes.

Olive Oil is used to treat cuts and sore throats for centuries. Olive Oil's versatility is a major advantage, especially when it comes to beauty and health.