Has been written so much in recent years about olive oil and its health benefits. But much less has been heard about olives and even less about olive leaves. However, both products hide a “dynamite” of well-being and it is no exaggeration to say that this is our, completely Greek super food. Some Greek companies thought to highlight the products produced from the olive, in their own creative way. There is an estate in the area of Epidaurus, Melissafarm which produces wonderful, delicious honeys. There are also olives in this estate. Knowing that olive leaves have been used in traditional medicine, the people of Melissafarm decided to collect them and recommend them as a drink. The leaves come from the varieties Agrielia, Koroneiki and Kalamon, from trees that exist in the estate. “The olives are unripe and their leaves are peeled, they are whole and not crushed”, explains Katerina Kryoni from Melissafarm and continues: “the drink from olive leaves increases energy, lowers blood pressure, lowers LDL cholesterol and increases the perfusion of the coronary vessels. It has antioxidant action and detoxifies the body “. It is important to note, however, that more recent studies say that olive tea contains even more antioxidants than green tea, which until now was considered the healthiest in the world. a mild sweet aroma and quite a pleasant taste. It resembles a little olive but in no case is it greasy. Its texture is like any other tea and it goes well with a spoonful of honey or a slice of lemon. Importantly, however, recent studies say that olive tea contains even more antioxidants than green tea, which until now was considered the healthiest in the world.