Olive Oil. Student Name Anthropology 102D November 12, 2006. The Many Uses of Olive Oil. From healing cuts, to softening hair, and even strengthening nails; olive oil is a resource that has been cherished for thousands of years.
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November 12, 2006
Photo 1: Olive oil being used to burn lamps (Byzantine oil lamp, 2001).
Photo 2: Movie poster of the movie Lorenzo’s Oil (Jonsson, 1992)
ReferencesFirenze, C. (2005). Liquid gold. In The passionate olive: 101 things to do with olive Oil ( pp. 3-14). New York: Ballantine BooksHashim, Y. Z. H., Gill, C. I. R., McGlynn, H., & Rowland, I. R. (2005). Components of olive oil and chemoprevention of colorectal cancer. Nutrition Reviews,63(11), 374-386.Lobb, R. L.. (2003). Oil: Composition of oils. In S. H. Katz, & W. W. Weaver (Eds.), Encyclopedia of food and culture: Vol.31 (pp. 6-7). New York: Thomson Gale.The Myelin Project (2002). Information about Lorenzo’s oil. Retrieved September 30, 2006, from http://www.myelin.org/aboutoil.htm.Photo CreditsByzantine oil lamp. (2001). Retrieved November 7, 2006 from http://www.victorie-inc.us/oliveoillamps2.htmlLorenzo’s oil movie poster (1992). Retrieved November 18, 2006. from Wikepedia/Lorenzo’s oil website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lorenzo's_Oil