Olive (Olea europaea)
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The non-drying oil obtained from the seed is also used for soap making, lighting and as a lubricant[21, 46, 89]. The oil is a good hair tonic and dandruff treatment.
Maroon and purple dyes are obtained from the whole fresh ripe fruits.
Blue and black dyes are obtained from the skins of fresh ripe fruits.
A yellow/green dye is obtained from the leaves.
Plants are used to stabilize dry dusty hillsides.
Wood – very hard, heavy, beautifully grained, takes a fine polish and is slightly fragrant. It is used in turnery and cabinet making, being much valued by woodworkers[4, 7, 46, 100].
Cultivation & Habitat
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