Blue Agave Nectar is sweeter than honey and tends to be less viscous. Most agave syrup comes from Mexico and South Africa.


  • There are a few parts of the agave plant that have culinary uses.
  • The flowers are edible and many people toss them in salads.
  • The leaves are rich in agave sap and can be eaten, and the stalk of the plant can be roasted before they flower.
  • This produces a distinctive, sweet molasses flavor.
  • The product that is used in both Tequila and natural sweeteners comes from the agave plant’s flower shoots.


  • Agave Plant syrup offers a low Glycemic sweetener
  • If you happen to be diabetic and monitor your food exchanges, you’ll be happy to know that a one-teaspoon serving of agave nectar equals a “free food.” Two teaspoons equals a 1/2 carbohydrate exchange and so on. Like many other substitute sweeteners on the market, agave nectar can be used to replace sugar in almost every scenario.


  • Agave nectar is about 85% fructose, which is much higher than plain sugar – Please consult your nutritionist!


Please consult with your doctor.

Other names

agave syrup


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