Agave syrup is a natural sweetener used in foods and beverages. It has a low glycemic index, which makes it ideal for diabetics, hypoglycemics or those who cannot handle sucrose or artificial sweeteners.
How to use: In recipes, substitute three-fourths Agave for the recommended amount of sugar. Also, reduce the amount of liquid as you would with honey. Use like honey on cereals and in beverages. (8 oz)
Ingredients: Organic nectar from Agave Tequilana. (Also known as Blue Agave.)
Agave juice was a favorite food of the Aztecs, and the juice was used as part of religious ceremonies. The Agave plant is considered the "Mexican Tree of Life and Abundance".
Agave juice is known by the natives of Mexico as "honey water" because it flows from the leaves and root when cut.