Olives are balanced in nature, having a sweet and sour taste. They can have an impact on your lungs and stomach.
- Dry fresh olives in a shady spot for 1 or 2 days. To make preserved olives, put them in a large clay jar with salt and store for two weeks.
- For a sore throat, pop a seedless olive in your mouth for relief. Use one olive at a time, a few times a day.
- To help with belly issues, boil 5 seedless olives and a piece of crystallized ginger in water. Sip this juice 3 times a day.
- Boil 5 seedless olives with 100g of fresh lotus root and lean pork. Add a pinch of salt and drink the juice once a day to help with bleeding.
- For a lasting cough, steam 5 seedless olives with some rock sugar for 30 minutes. Eat the olives.
- Boil 5 to 10 seedless olives with 35g sugar and 4 cups of water for 10 minutes. Sip this juice once a day to help with a desire for alcohol.
- For help with severe belly issues:
Boil 100g fresh olives in a cup of water on very low heat for 2-3 hours until it becomes half a cup. Adults should sip a half to 1 tablespoon each time. Keep sipping 3 to 4 times until things feel normal again. Usually, this should last for 5 days.