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Simple Mediterranean Olive Oil Pasta
Simple Mediterranean Olive Oil Pasta
Simple, tasty olive oil pasta loaded with Mediterranean flavors.
Which olive oil is best or  healthiest?
Which olive oil is best or healthiest?
elenianna.com is the world's largest and most prestigious olive oil shop with awarded and best extra virgin olive oils.
Don’t leave Greece without trying… Part 1
Don’t leave Greece without trying… Part 1
Steeped in history and lapped by the Mediterranean sea, Greece is home to some of the finest ingredients in the world. Sample them in a traditional Greek dish along with a glass of ouzo.
High Oleocanthal Olive Oil Slows Down Alzheimer's in Mice
High Oleocanthal Olive Oil Slows Down Alzheimer's in Mice
Results of a recent scientific study of mice at the University of Louisiana at Monroe suggest oleocanthal rich extra virgin olive oil deserves to be designated a "medical food." Researchers led by Dr. Amal Kaddoumi demonstrated for the first time that this type of olive oil can treat symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in mice when used in their daily diet. Written by Lisa Radinovsky from Greek Liquid Gold
Mandarin Marmalade Chicken Curry Recipe
Mandarin Marmalade Chicken Curry Recipe
Mandarin Marmalade Chicken Curry Recipe By Mridula Baljekar, acclaimed Indian food writer and presenter
Pasta with Heirloom Tomatoes, Olives & Olive Oil
Pasta with Heirloom Tomatoes, Olives & Olive Oil
Greek Recipe Pasta with Heirloom Tomatoes, Halved Olives, Feta & Olive Oil can be served with a side dish of crispy green salad or a tomato salad.
Nature knows how to treat most skin irritations

Nature knows how to treat most skin irritations

An increasing amount of people is nowadays aware of the long-term effects of many bath and beauty ingredients. So, there is no wonder why there is a strong demand for natural, organic and safer solutions.

Just as we prefer to eat pure, natural and organic food so should we use the purest and most natural products to treat our skin (although the term ‘natural’ is not always an indication of safety).

With this thought in mind, a young couple from Greece searched for a solution to treat their children’s everyday skin issues. Tilia Beeswax ointment is the result of this research. It is a 100% natural product that combines skin irritations’ treatment with cosmetic use, produced in a certified Laboratory and approved by the National Organization for Medicines (EOF), according to the EU regulations.

 It has a wide variety of uses: skin rashes, diaper rash, dehydration, burns, chapped or rough skin.

The initial idea of the product is not new. The combination of bio extra virgin olive oil and pure beeswax has been used through centuries for both cosmetic and therapeutic care of face and body.

Beeswax is a non toxic, complex, mixture of organic elements, mainly esters, fatty oxids and hydrocarbons. It’s also rich in proteins, vitamin A and minerals with antiphlogistic, calmative, anti-inflammatory, cicatrizant, demulcent, moisturizing properties. It doesn’t block skin’s pores.

Olive oil -especially bio extra virgin cold pressed olive oil-differs from any other kind of oil because of the high content of mono-unsaturated fatty acids and secondly because of the beneficial characteristics of the rest of the ingredients,  that either they don’t appear at all or they appear in smaller amounts in other kinds of oils. Olive oil has nourishing, moisturizing, demulcent, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, cicatrizant properties.

In order to create an ointment with excellent quality and effectiveness, raw material selection is very important. In Tilia Beeswax Ointment these raw materials are being selected by one provider only. Beeswax has undergone no chemical process neither has it been mixed with other artificial ingredients. Also through a mild process of preparation, the raw materials of Tilia Beeswax Ointment maintain the highest levels of their beneficial attributes.

For more information or to buy Tilia product press here