Olive Extra Virgin Carrier Oil


Traditionally used for calming skin

The oil is calming and emollient and is effective for burns, sprains, bruises, insect bites, itchy skin and is weakly astringent and antiseptic.

Olive Oil Extra Virgin | Latin Name: Olea europaea | Family: Oleaceae | Extraction: Pressed | Plant Part: Fruit Flesh

Olive extra virgin Oil is a bright, vibrant yellow mobile oil, used in most households every day, apart from cooking the oil is used as lubrication, lighting and soap.

The silvery, green olive plant has always been a symbol of peace, the dove messenger to Noah, the wearing of the olive garlands by the Greeks, the use of the olive branches in the Jewish Feast of Tabernacles and the symbol of the United Nations Flag, (Offering an Olive Branch.) Olive trees begin to produce fruit after 15 years and after that continue producing for hundreds of years after, contrary to popular belief black and green olives come from the same trees, the fruit turns from green to black as they ripen.


Olive Extra Virgin Carrier Oil – Penny Price Aromatherapy