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The cactus, in honey? But yes ! Did you know that the cactus itself has anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic and anti-inflammatory properties? But then there, in honey, you wonder what taste it can have? Absolutely su-cu-slow!


Harvested in the province of Tulear, on the banks of the Fihernana river, discover this honey with its unique, caramelized and warm notes, which reflect all the richness of the Malagasy terroir.


Composition :
Ingredients: Cactus Honey, from organic farming. nutritional values per 100g: Energy (kJ/kcal): 1361kJ/325kcal, Fat 0.44g of which saturated fatty acids 0g Carbohydrates 81g, of which sugars 81g, Proteins 0.6g, Salt 0g


The origin of organic Madagascar cactus honey:

This thorny tree can measure up to 10 meters,  with dark green leaves gathered in crowns, flourishes mainly in the  South of Madagascar

The Plant:

Scientific name: Pachypodium lamerei. This  tree endemic to southern Africa loses its leaves in  winter. It is on trees over 10 years old that flowers can then appear.

Flowering and harvesting of organic madagascar cactus honey:

Flowering from March to July.


Tasting moment of organic Madagascar cactus honey:

At breakfast, on sandwiches, in the kitchen, before going to bed.

Culinary pairing with organic cactus honey from Madagascar:

Its caramelized taste makes it ideal for  replace spreads from breakfast to snack.

It has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and hypoglycemic properties.

It is the honey to have at home to treat inflammation and nasty sore throats.


Conservation : at room temperature in the cupboard.

Capacity: 300g

Origin: Madagascar


Organic Cactus Honey from Madagascar 300g jar

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