Acacia is the name of 1300 different species of thorny, evergreen shrubs and trees. Acacia blooms range from white and yellow to purple and red. The heady aromas of Acacia woods have been burned as incense throughout the world. Ancient Egyptians associated acacia tree with the tree of life, and it was used in creating the Ark of the Covenant and Solomon's Temple.
Acacia has been associated with religious ritual for centuries. The alkoloids found in Acacias include dimethyltryptamine (DMT), and it is sometimes made into a brew for healing, ceremonial or religious uses. European Acacia honey is prized around the world for its delicate flavor, bright floral aroma, and translucent color. These light honeys are a favorite for tea drinkers, since they are easy to poor and tend not to crystalize. Acacia honeys from other parts of the world range from light to dark, rich to mild.
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