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One of the main characteristics of Greece that is surrounded by water and lightened and warmed by good sun all-year round, is the presence of olive-trees. It is almost certain that olive-tree was self-planted at the Mediterranean countries since the time the first humans appeared in this area. Besides, this is something it can be evidenced by the remnants of all civilizations developed in the extensive area.

In ancient Greece, olive-tree was well known for its benefits and useful nesses as it arises from pot and wall paintings in Crete and mainland Greece. In the Greek mythology olive- tree is met as an extremely useful tree not only for its fruit but also for its wood.
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The product under consideration is processed and produced by the Greek based EUVION LTD, which has all the essential knowledge and expertise for finding the best sources and suppliers of olive tea. EuVion forwards its quantities to its sole client Vioson, a Swiss based company, which does the marketing and distribution on a worldwide basis.
The name of the product is directly linked to its content – Ο’LIVE TEA – made of olive tree leaves, packaged in a rather representative form of icons and figures related to its Greek origins. O’LIVE TEA is a registered trademark, under international commercial, intellectual and industrial property law.
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Pure Greek Olive Leaves Tea
Olive tea The 3.000 years old blessed tea

Antioxidant, antihypertensive and antiviral properties.
Scientific slows cancer.
It rejuvenates the body and soul.
From the tree of life and eternity, the symbol of the olive tree.
Nothing in nature happens in a random fashion:
So why should the name o-live tea be an excepion?

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Antioxidant, antihypertensive and antiviral properties.
Scientific slows cancer.
It rejuvenates the body and soul.
From the tree of life and eternity, the symbol of the olive tree.
Nothing in nature happens in a random fashion:
So why should the name o-live tea be an excepion?
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