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What is Avocado Pear Seed?

The seed of avocado is enclosed in a hard coat and constitutes 13–18% of the fruit weight. The composition is minimal but contains a wide range of fatty acids, dietary fiber, carbohydrates and a small amount of protein.

The seed is also known as a source of rich phytochemicals, including substances to be covered by plants. The seed concentrates on the essential nutrients of the fruit. We strengthen the immune system and shield it from free radicals. These also avoid inflammation within themselves, such as arthritis and gastritis. Daily seed intake makes rooting in our bodies difficult for viruses and bacteria.

Carbs are mainly made of starch in an avocado seed with almost 75% of their dry weight. Starch is a long sugar chain and scientists have started to study its possible use in foodstuffs.

 Medicinal benefits of Avocado Pear Seed

Seed extracts from avocados are used for high blood pressure treatment. The seeds are considered underused and early research indicates that some medicinal benefits can be obtained.

Below are medicinal benefits of Avocado Pear Seed::

Cholesterol: Avocado seed flour has been shown to reduce total cholesterol and “bad” LDL cholesterol in mice.

Diabetes: It may reduce blood sugar levels in diabetic rats. One animal study showed that it was as effective as an anti-diabetic medication.

Blood pressure: Animal studies suggest that avocado seed extracts may help relax blood vessels, which helps to reduce blood pressure, a key risk factor for heart disease.

Avocado seed extracts have been shown to have strong antioxidant properties in testing tube studies.

Antibacterial: A test-tube study has found that Clostridium sporogenes, a sporogenous bacterium, have stopped growing.

Avocado seed inhibited the growth of fungal in tube studies. Candida albicans, a yeast which often causes problems in the gut, may be inhibited in particular.

How to Use Avocado Pear Seed Powder

In the seed are concentrated the essential ingredients of the fruit. We strengthen the immune system and shield it from free radicals. We also fight inflammation externally, such as arthritis and gastritis.

Avocado seeds are frequently eaten and rooting within our body is difficult for viruses and bacteria. After all, most illnesses start inflammation, which is very interesting. This is more than sufficient reason for me personally to explore the seed further.

Place the powder in a cereal or smoothie, for example, it tastes a little sweet and nutty. For one serving, half a seed is a good amount. You can also sprinkle the powder on salads and roast it.

The seed can also be spread to the outside. It elasticates the hair and gives it wonderful strength by controlling the water balance.


For a deep conditioner for medium length hair you’ll need:

  • You will need: Avocado powder Three cubs of coconut oil or other oil for your hair.
  • This is how you make and apply the deep conditioner:
  • place the powder in the oil and keep it sitting overnights. For the intense training for medium long hair.
  • In your hair and scalp, massage this combination.
  • The tonic takes at least an hour, or you can leave overnight as well.
  • Then rinse thoroughly.
  • Your hair will feel soft and refreshed after this treatment!


NOTE: We highly recommend that before using any herbal medications you should consult your health care provider or medical doctor for professional advice.

Disclaimer: All herbs and spices listed on or sold for medical and household use only, again we advice that before using any HERBS for medical purposes, please consult your physician.

Avocado Pear Seed Powder

Avocado Powder 3 Oz. $16.50, Avocado Powder 5 Oz. $26.25, Avocado Powder 8 Oz. $36.00