Olea Europaea: Grows in dry rocky places in forests and bushes (Plants For A Future, n.d.-n). They can be seen in southern Europe – the Mediterranean. Olea europaea is an evergreen tree that grows at a slow rate to 10 meters (32 feet) by 8 meters (26 feet). The oil extracted from the bark has diuretic properties and is a nourishing decontaminant and emollient. It can be used topically to treat the effects of pruritus, stings, or burns, and as a carrier for ointments. It is a good hair tonic when used with alcohol and is a good treatment for dandruff when used with rosemary oil. Beneficial effects: Wrinkles, dryness, and itchiness can be treated with molecules that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties naturally present in olive oil (Badiu et al., 2021).