Many nations valued it as holy oil and a symbol of strength and health. Hippocrates had prescribed it for more than 60 different diseases. And the Chinese people believed it had the ability to neutralize the poisons.
In the past, olive oil was so much appreciated that it served as a means of payment. And for many families, it was the main source of income. To date, the popularity of this oil has grown so much that it has become an indispensable part of all the world’s kitchen and cosmetic industries. Continue reading