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Botanical name: Olea europaea Linn.
Family Oleaceae

  • English: Olive, Olive tree;
  • Spanish: Olivo;
  • French: Olivier, Olivier commoun;
  • German: Ölbaum.


All-permeating sense of depletion and exhaustion. Lack of spiritual inspiration, lack of mental clarity and power of concentration, lack of emotional fortitude, lack of physical stamina.  The world cannot be attended to, the mind cannot participate in the surrounding happenings, due to weakness; absent-mindedness and loss of memory.  Work is begun but cannot be completed due to exhaustion. Frequent need to rest, to find repose. Burn-out syndrome after prolonged service, need for replenishment and rejuvenation. Nervous weakness.

  • MIND – FEAR – insanity


Profound physical exhaustion, nervous depletion. Vital depletion after prolonged sickness, after chemotherapy or other ordeal. Succumbing to illness; inability to struggle on. Sinking vitality in old age.  Lack of muscular control.  Failing digestive power (chronic failure to assimilate nutrients, chronic diarrhea).  Chronic pulmonary diseases.  Feeble pulse, slow circulation, lack of vital heat, edema. Easily incited perspiration during day and night. [In gemmotherapy, by use of the young buds or shoots, Olea europaea has been found of service in the treatment of hypertension, arteriosclerosis (hardening of arteries), and hypercholesterolemia (excessive amount of cholesterol in the blood)].

  • Gastric and duodenal ulcers – overambitious patients
  • Deep-sighing respiration
  • Insulin-dependent diabetes


Hornbeam: Lethargy, lack of tonicity in mind and body, tendency to procrastination.
Oak: Weariness from overwork, yet stoic willingness to struggle on.
Centaury: Weakness from prolonged serving at own expense; weakness and lack of self-actualization from neglecting one’s own calling; burn-out syndrome.
Rock Rose: Nervous depletion with great fragility of nerves and easily aroused fear.
Gorse: Hopelessness and resignation; lack of vitality, lack of power of rejuvenation; succumbing to illness.
Elm: Weariness and lack of incentive in face of unsurmountable tasks.

Homoeopathic Medicine and Olive

Muriaticum acidum: Chronic debility, great weakness, patient slides down in bed on sitting up; pulse is rapid and feeble; diminished digestive power, aversion to meat; loss of sphincter control, bowels move on urinating; cold extremities; (septic decomposition of blood).
Phosphoricum acidum: Progressive mental/emotional and later physical debility and stagnation; apathetic, impaired memory; pressure in stomach, longs for juicy things; insulin-dependent diabetes; chronic diarrhea; lack of vital circulation.
Stannum metallicum: Great weakness and discouragement, can hardly talk (cf. Gentian); inclined to cry, but worse from it; dread of meeting people, dislikes conversation; begins work with good will, but has to give up due to exhaustion; tendency to chronic lung and bronchial ailments; nightly perspiration, especially during acute states.
Carbo vegetabilis: Apathetic, absent-minded, sudden loss of memory; depressed and irritable, may be happier when alone; collapse states, hungers for air (asthma, pneumonia), cardiac failure (congestive heart failure); coldness, even cold breath and cold sweat; gastric ulcer; chronic fatigue syndrome; sluggishness of constitution.
Carbo animalis: Great weakness and nostalgic longing for past happiness (cf. Honeysuckle); weakness is worse during menses and from loss of fluids;
general malignancy, as in gastric ulcer; swollen and indurated lymph glands; aggravated by the cold, feels especially cold at night in bed; chronic fatigue syndrome.
Crocus sativus: Profound weariness; instability of emotions, alternating moods, quick repentance after rage; weakness with tendency to faint; heaviness and failing of legs after light exercise, trembling of all limbs; (feeling as if interior organs were moving; dark blood, clumps are held together by strings); deep-sighing respiration, desire to draw a long breath; heaviness and weakness about the heart.
Digitalis purpurea: Despondency and nervous depletion; sudden failing of strength, faintness and weakness, general perspiration; likes to work, but may have to interrupt due to weakness; threatened heart failure (congestive heart failure), slow pulse, sudden and anxious sensation as if the heart would stop; deep-sighing respiration; edema; weariness in joints.
Ambra grisea: Nervous depletion, weariness; exhaustion during old age, premature senility; can hardly hold up in company, gets overly stimulated and depleted; oppressed breathing; thin and scrawny physique; continuously exhausted due to sleeplessness from cold in the body, from inner trembling and nervous overexcitement.

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