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Latin Honey Shop Raw Organic Pacific Avocado Honey From Mexico

Raw Organic Pacific Avocado Honey from Mexico

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A dark, buttery-silky smooth honey with tasting notes of black treacle, maple syrup and avocado, our Raw Organic Pacific Avocado honey from the Pacific coast of Mexico.

With over 25 vitamins and minerals in each fruit, the avocado contains some of the highest levels of health promoting properties known to exist.

One of the rarest honeys in the world, this honey comes from bees that feed on avocado trees in the world's oldest and largest avocado plantation, 5000ft high in the mountains of Michoacan province in western Mexico.

With an incredible number of bioactive compounds, the avocado plant is used around the world to relieve the symptoms of conditions from anaemia to skin issues.

Mixed in water this honey makes a nutritious, refreshing and tasty drink. It is delicious with premium vanilla ice cream or thick Greek yoghurt.

Mix a teaspoon into a glass of cold organic milk and add a pinch of salt for an organic salted caramel milkshake!

Size: 227g (1/2lb) net weight in a glass jar
Colour: dark amber / black silky
Set/runny: runny (crystallises in cold weather)
Organic: certified organic by the Organic Food Federation (UK), GB-ORG-04

Read on for more details about the origin, taste and uses of this liquid honey.

12,000 years ago, Mexico was home to the first avocado trees known to man. Today, the region of Michoacan on the Pacific coast of western Mexico produces half of the world's avocado crop.

Our Raw Organic Pacific Avocado Honey is produced by bees that feed on the nectar from these avocado trees, which are situated 5000ft high on the mountain slopes of Michoacan.

The avocado tree grows 20m high with leaves 12-25cm long and small green-yellow flowers 5-10mm wide. It only grows in tropical or subtropical climates.

Tasting notes: Bold, rich, woody, smoky, burnt sugar and caramel notes that mellow into maple syrup and black treacle with a subtle aftertaste of avocado

Texture: Buttery smooth black liquid that is silky on the tongue but dissolves quickly

Aroma: Strong, lactic as if fermenting, similar to cooked butter and warm chestnut

Sweetness: medium

Mixed in cold water, this honey makes a nutritious, refreshing and tasty drink. With thick Greek yoghurt, it makes a healthy snack or breakfast. Drizzled on top of premium vanilla ice cream, it makes a delicious dessert.

Mix a teaspoon into a glass of cold organic milk and add a pinch of salt for an organic salted caramel milkshake!

In accordance with EU directive 1924/2006 we are unable to make any health claim about any of our honeys. The information given below is either background information about the plants from which our honey comes, or anecdotal based on customer reviews. It should not be inferred from the plant properties that this honey automatically possesses the same qualities or provides the same benefits as the plant.

The avocado fruit contains an incredible amount (over 25) of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants and some of the highest levels of health-promoting properties known to exist.

With a high number of bioactive compounds, the avocado fruit is said to offer many of the same health properties as an aloe vera plant.

When used as a face mask avocado extracts can promote healthy, supple skin.

Avocado extracts can be used as a hair conditioner for dry, damaged hair and to promote shiny, vibrant hair.

Avocados contain carotenoid lutein in far higher concentrations than in any other fruit. Lutein is essential for protection against age-related macular degeneration and cataracts.

Avocado extracts are also used:

- to neutralise unpleasant breath
- as a natural treatment for dandruff
- to accelerate menstruation
- to combat viruses including herpes
- during pregnancy due to its exceptionally high vitamin, mineral and folic acid content
- to relieve symptoms of psoriasis

Scientific studies

A study in Shizuoka University, Japan, in 2000, found that compounds naturally present in avocados can help reduce liver disease.

A 2005 study in Tufts University, Massachusetts, USA, found that avocados are high in lutein, which helps protects eyesight against cataracts and macular degeneration.

A 2016 study at the University of Santa Maria, Brazil, found that avocados are one of the most nutrition-dense fruits on the planet.

This honey can be used like ordinary honey but is best taken as a teaspoon of this honey mixed into a glass of cool or warm (not hot) water and drunk once a day on an empty stomach 30 minutes before breakfast.

                                                                                                         

Note: unless where specifically mentioned, none of these statements have been clinically proven in scientific trials and none of these statements constitute a claim as to any health benefit. Please contact us for links to the various scientific studies cited in these statements.

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Distinctive taste
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Avacado honey
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