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Avocado Carrier Oil

Avocado Carrier Oil
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The genus Persea is of African-Laurasian origin, with the subgenus Eriodaphne originating in Africa and with the subgenus Persea probably also originating in Africa, entering south-west Laurasia, and then rafting to its present position with tropical North America. Contrary to classification suggestions that identify either the Mexican or the Guatemalan horticultural race as botanically distinct from the other race plus the Lowland (West Indian) jointly, the preponderant evidence favors classifying all three races as equidistant botanical varieties. These three varieties then become Persea americana var. americana Lowland (“West Indian”), var. drymifolia (Mexican) and var. guatemalensis (Guatemalan). The Lowland (West Indian) variety appears to be the most distinct of these three races.


The avocado is a dense polymorphic broad-leaved aromatic evergreen tree species of the genus Persea classified in the division Magnoliophyta, class Magnoliopsida, order Magnoliales of the flowering plant family Lauraceae (Myrtle). Camphor (C. camphora), cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum), sassafras (Sassafras albidum), European bay (Laurus nobilis), and California bay or Oregon myrtle (Umbellularia californica) and laurels are related species. It is fast growing plant and reaching a height of 20 m with age whilst grafted trees are usually 8-10 m tall, although usually less, and generally have a low branched trunk and an irregular. Some cultivars are columnar, others selected for nearly prostrate form. It makes a good espalier plant for certain cultivar.



Botanical Name:  Persea gratissima
Common name:  Avocado
Plant family:  Lauraceae
Genus:  Persea
Appearance/Color: Green to brown liquid
Origin Mexico
Source Fruit Pulp
Method of Extraction Cold Pressed

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