History of Avocado Oil
Avocado's scientific name is "Persea Americana". It is primarily native to Mexico, regions where the Aztec culture was established. The language used by the Aztecs to communicate call "Nahuatl" and they used to call Avocado "ahuacatl".
The avocado (Persea Americana) originated in central and south Mexico somewhere in between the years of 7,000 and 5,000 B.C. Pre-Hispanic cultures were mainly valued the Avocado, subsequently, during the colonization, European conquerors introduced the Avocado to the rest of the world where it became appreciated and admired ever since.
The Aztecs were using Avocado as a sexual stimulant and food due to these and other benefits that gave them fruit, Aztecs considered Avocado a precious fruit. There are artifacts in parts of Mexico made with avocado bones dating to about 12,000 years ago.