Aleipho Elaia Oil Anoiting Oil by Exsula Superfoods - 1oz/30ml

Aleipho Elaia Oil Anoiting Oil by Exsula Superfoods - 1oz/30ml


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Aleipho Elaia Oil For Anointing Ceremonies by Exsula Superfoods


Contains: 1 fl. oz. or 30 ml.

The Perfect Anointing Oil

Aleipho is a term used for sacred and symbolic Divine anointings. Elaia is an olive tree or the fruit.

Each bottle of Aleipho Elaia has been blessed for Divine anointing oil use by Dr. Jevari Oberon, D.D.

Adding some to food will bless those who consume the food. Put a drop on someone's forehead to bless/protect them. Put a drop on a specific place to protect those who pass by (bedposts, doorways, cars and workplace).

We recommend you also bless (by prayer of blessing and gratitude) your bottle for personal uses in your home and for your family.

Aleipho Elaia is used to anoint Exsula blends, and for our personal daily anointing of our family and home.

  • High-vibration Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Naturally Rich Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory, DNA-Protecting Polyphenols
  • Healthy Addition to Food and Ideal for Anointing/Blessing

Proprietary blend Aleipho Elaia Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Certified organic, estate grown, masterfully harvested, fresh cold pressed and artfully blended in northern California.

Unfiltered, chemical-free, from select trees of the frantoio, leccino, pendolino, maurino, coratina and leccio del corno varieties, grown on fertile soils in an ideal climate.

We add a trace of rose alba (white rose) essential oil as part of the blessing of this anointing oil - truly grown and crafted with Love.


Oils of organic Olives (7 types), Essential Oils of Sweetgrass, Frankincense, Myrrh, Clary Sage, Galbanum, Spikenard, Cedar Leaf, White Sage, Lemon Eucalyptus, Cinnamon Leaf, White Rose, Oud, and Iris.

Directions for Use

Shake before use. Contains green phytonutrients and enzymes that are anti-inflammatory and have a 'live' grassy-peppery taste. Traces will settle to the bottom and are best tumbled back into the oil before each use. They are processed out of clarified Extra Virgin Olive Oils.

Use a drop or two, on the skin, or in your food.

  • Great addition to smoothies
  • Wonderful nutrition for supple skin
  • Best use in your kitchen is cool to warm temperatures - not hot
  • Ideal for salads and finishing touch to soups and pasta (after cooking).


Proper storage will extend shelf life.

Refrigeration is preferred. Protect from light and heat in a cool place away from stove, oven or dishwasher.

Best when consumed within 3 months of opening and within 2 years at room temperature.

Still good within 3 years of harvest, if unopened and refrigerated.

Recommended Use

Healthy, delicious addition to food. Naturally rich antioxidant and anti-inflammatory for pain relief. Ideal for skin moisturizing and anointing/blessing.


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