Spiritual Moroccan olive oil
The history of olive oil
The olive oil comes from the town of Kacem. The land already belonged to my ancestors. It is the best soil for olive oil. After my grandparents died, my father continued it and my father bought out all his brothers. Later, my father also bought additional land to increase production. He did it for years, but only sold it domestically. Now it is finally available in the Netherlands and Suriname as well.
The oil is very highly condensed and you can use it for many things. For your skin, hair, resistance, sports, illnesses, negativities and of course you can also use it for cooking. Should you use it for cooking, I recommend putting some on top of your food. You can also put it on bread as a substitute for butter. For massages, olive oil is also very good. It tackles your cells to the depths of your skin very well!
The benefits of 100% olive oil in your hair
It has been going on from generation to generation in Morocco olive oil to care for your hair. The convenient thing about this care is that you always have this ingredient in your house. Moreover, it is not that expensive it is just as good seems to be as expensive care products from big brands. Here, we explain all the benefits of olive oil for hair and give you tips on how best to use the product.
100% Olive oil is a natural conditioner
Most hair products contain a lot of added ingredients that don't just have a positive effect on hair. Olive oil, on the other hand, is a natural product that contains many nutrients. Besides, the green-gold wonder product has antibacterial and antioxidant properties, protecting the hair. If you use olive oil in your hair as a conditioner,you can also mix some in your conditioner or champoo, a layer is put over your hair, so to speak, which prevents outside harmful substances from having a chance. You can use cold olive oil as a conditioner, or heat a small amount of the product in the microwave. Apply it to the hair and leave it on for 15 minutes. Afterwards, wash the hair with lukewarm water and your usual shampoo.
Moisturising effect of olive oil
Thanks to the vitamins A and E in olive oil, the hair's natural moisture levels remain balanced. The oil has a moisturising effect, preventing scalp irritation. To make the most of this hydration, mix a small amount of olive oil with an equal amount of coconut oil. Leave this mixture on for half an hour and then rinse thoroughly with cold water. You can apply this natural treatment two or three times a week.
Olive oil repairs damaged hair
Olive oil contains a large amount of good fatty acids and antioxidants. These substances promote cell renewal. As a result, hair appears to grow faster and further damage to the hair is prevented. To treat damaged hair, you can mix three parts olive oil with one part organic honey. Spread the mixture evenly over the scalp. Then cover the hair with a plastic wrap and leave the mixture on for 40 to 50 minutes for best results. Then wash your hair with lukewarm water then your hair will get a better quality and it will look beautiful again!
Repairs split ends
Split ends are almost impossible to save. It is often recommended to get your hair cut then, to prevent your locks from splitting further. Yet olive oil can care for your hair and even repair the ends. To ensure its beneficial effects, it is best to heat up some teaspoons of extra virgin oil. Gently massage the oil into the ends of your hair and leave it overnight. Feel free to use this treatment every night.
100% Olive oil prevents frizzy hair
Did you know you can tame your hair with just a few drops of olive oil? Your unruly locks will know no secrets from now on. Massage the olive oil into your hair and let the product soak in. There is no need to rinse the hair. To distribute the product properly throughout the hair, you can brush your hairstyle a little more.
We often buy all kinds of fine remedies to take care of our hair, but the scalp is still sometimes forgotten. It does not sound so fresh, but dead skin cells accumulate on the scalp. This can cause dandruff. To prevent this, you can make a natural scrub that you apply to the scalp about once a month. Combine olive oil with sea salt or baking soda. Massage it all over the scalp in circular motions. That way, you activate the blood circulation and the remedy is better absorbed by the skin. Afterwards, rinse your scalp well with lukewarm water.
100%Olive oil hair mask
You can use 100% olive oil well as a conditioner. Another way to enjoy the good properties of this natural ingredient is to heat the oil and use it as a hair mask. Spread a small amount of the product on your wet hair and then wrap it in a towel. Leave on for about half an hour to an hour and then rinse well with a shampoo. What a beautiful shiny hairstyle! An olive oil hair mask is especially recommended for people with dry and damaged hair. Oil is naturally quite oily, which can make oily hair shine even more. Of course, you can choose to apply the product only to dry ends. You will find three recipes to try out below!
100% Olive oil hair mask with egg yolk
Besides olive oil, you may have a few eggs at home. Want to get a benefit from your homemade hair mask? Then mix 2 tablespoons of olive oil with the yolks of 2 eggs. Mix well and spread over damp hair. Then cover your hair with plastic wrap to allow the mixture to soak in well. After about 20 minutes, rinse your hair with lukewarm water and let it air dry.
100% Olive oil hair mask with eggs
Another interesting recipe is the hair mask with olive oil, argan oil and honey. In this recipe, you also make use of egg whites. You mix them with 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 2 tablespoons of argan oil. Stir a small amount of honey into the mixture and apply the result to damp hair. Wrap your hair in foil and leave the mask on for about 3 hours before rinsing it out with lukewarm water and shampoo. For best results, then let your hair air dry. All eyes will be on your beautiful healthy-looking hair!
100%Olive oil hair mask with egg and yoghurt
Did you know that yoghurt also has a good effect on hair? Try making a hair mask from 3 tablespoons of olive oil, 6 tablespoons of full-fat yoghurt and 1 egg. After applying the mixture, wrap your hair in a towel or plastic wrap. After about 10 to 15 minutes, rinse it out with lukewarm water and use a shampoo and conditioner.
Supporting your resistance naturally
100%Marokan olive oils that help strengthen your immunity
We could list lots of different single essential oils. Personally, we find it incredibly nice to use 100% Moroccan olive oil to boost your resistance.
Did you know that 100%Marokan olive oil is an addition to any diet? Whether you actually want to lose weight or gain strength and muscle mass. That may sound contradictory, but it's not quite so, if you consume wisely. We like to explain why my olive oil can be such a vitamin booster. And that you can now try my oil in Haarlem at Lyluah Because with my online shop brimming with vitamins, your 100%olive oil can't be missing from your home.
100% Olive oil: a vitamin booster for the sports diet
100% Olive oil consists of about 100% of mainly monounsaturated fatty acids and is very high in vitamins C and E. Unsaturated fat is known for its beneficial health effects. Unsaturated fat reduces LDL cholesterol, for example. In this way, it reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.
In addition, 100%olive oil contains omega 3 fatty acids that increase immunity, reduce joint pain and prevent or reduce inflammation. As it turns out, the saturated fats, as present in fatty meat, and the monounsaturated fats, present in olive oil and avocado, for example, increase testosterone levels. Not entirely coincidentally, to this day, meat and avocados are standard ingredients in the diet of strength athletes.
100% Olive oil in a weight loss diet
Organic extra Moroccan 100% olive oil contains monounsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants (vitamins C and E). This package means that using 100% olive oil has a positive effect on the body. In fact, natural substances enter the blood that, for example, help keep cholesterol under control. This packet also stimulates the immune system and reduces blood pressure.
It is important to note that olive oil does contain calories. But what is true is that these are only burned faster than 'ordinary' fats. This fat-burning process starts almost immediately after eating the oil. It continues for several hours after eating. This makes olive oil can help you lose weight. So it doesn't mean that an olive oil diet won't make you fat. It is ultimately about adjusting your normal diet and adding olive oil to it. The process. Will go faster in your body but you can't eat a lot at once
Eating olive oil can bring many health benefits
Intake of more than 7 grams of olive oil per day is by with a lower risk of dying from cancer, cardiovascular disease, it also rejuvenates you neurodegenerative diseases and respiratory diseases.
"Take 1 or 2 full tablespoons of extra Moroccan olive oil from a good quality brand raw daily, you will get well over 7 grams in."
Holy olive oil in the church
Olive oil is holy. I would not have dared to think that last week, but there is a grain of truth in it. Because after reading a homily by the previous pope (1-4-2010), both in Italian and Dutch, I am sure that olive oil has a very important place in the worship of the Catholic Church. I don't think Benedict had raised white smoke for the sanctity of olive oil in general, but there is a link between olive oil and faith.
Already in the Old Testament the olive tree is written about. In the beginning, well, a little later, the dove returns to Noah after the Flood with a twig, an olive branch. This sprig, like the dove, symbolises peace and even olive oil is assigned this symbolism.
God's power in olive oil
Olive oil plays an important role in the liturgy of the Catholic Church. And miraculously, it refers explicitly to the Mediterranean region, to the culture around the Mediterranean. Olive oil comes from this concrete historical domain where Christianity originated. So God also chose Italy as a very special place on earth to use this special, earthly product there to speak to humanity.
The oil of the olive tree has a wide-ranging symbolic meaning. It is nourishment, it is medicine, it gives beauty, it prepares for battle and gives strength. Kings and priests are anointed with oil. This symbolises dignity and the responsibility they have to bear. It is also a direct reference to the strength that comes from God. It is extraordinary to see how faith is so naturally intertwined with everyday life and how olive oil, in particular, is used for highlights.
The consecrated olive oil
Actually, olive oil accompanies all of life from birth (baptism) to death (anointing of the sick) and is always under the sign of giving strength through the mercy of God. The pope's words reflect the particularity. Benedict XVI: "Nel frutto dell'ulivo, nell'olio consacrato, ci tocca la bontà del Creatore, l'amore del Redentore.". "Through the fruit of the olive tree, in the consecrated oil, touches us the goodness of the Creator, the love of the Redeemer."
At dawn on Maundy Thursday, the olive oil is consecrated and blessed for the whole year, making it holy. After that, the oil can be used for the Sacraments. This oil is then so special that should there be any leftover, it cannot be thrown away, only burnt. This holy oil is not for eating, yet the better olive oil is used. After all, this is oil reserved for God's purposes. But I am almost certain that by the end of the year, the holy oil would be absolutely unfit for ordinary consumption!
Vulnerable olive oil
Olive oil in its purest form is very fragile and needs proper care. Air, light and large temperature variations are great enemies of olive oil and can turn even the finest olive oil into an unpalatable commodity. You could even say: the finer the oil, the more fragile.
Olive oil that should not be used for consumption is called "lampante" after its former use as fuel for oil lamps (lampade). Since we do not make lampante, but olive oil for eating, it is currently important to keep a close eye on the heat level in our cellar. To preserve olive oil optimally, a stable environment with a temperature of around 15°C is needed.
We enter the fray
The symbolism of oil also includes, as mentioned, that it makes one strong for battle.