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*Gently extracted from high quality coconuts in Malaysia


*Contains no Odor and is very light in taste-

*Vegan and Paleo friendly

This oil is perfect for cooking and can completely replace every cooking oil and butter in your diet. 

Ideal for stir fries, deep fried, baking cakes and creating amazing raw treats.


As all coconut oils contain a high to medium content of saturated fatty acids which gives coconut oil its many therapeutic benefits. Coconut oil will solidify in colder room temperatures.

Coconut oil contains a high concentration of medium-chain saturated fatty acids like lauric acid. These fight inflammation caused by unstable polyunsaturated fatty acids, are easily digested, and put up one powerful fight against pathogens like bacteria, viruses and fungal infections. We tend to eat more coconut oil when it’s refined and flavorless, because it’s so much easier to blend into any kind of dish. Do you have stomach pains after eating a small amount of coconut oil? Usually switching to a quality refined oil eliminates this problem. Coconut oil comes in two forms: unrefined and refined, both with their advantages and disadvantages.

TIP: You will Love this coconut oil packed in re-useable Pantry Tubs. Once your coconut oil is used up you can use them again and again. We will also include 5 wooden spoons with your order.

Refined coconut oil refers to coconut oil that has been bleached, and deodorized. 

The oil is derived from dried coconut meat known as copra. Traditional Tropics notes that oil obtained from copra has to be purified with bleaching clays because contaminants arise during the drying process. High heat is then used to deodorize the coconut oil to remove its distinctive odor and flavor. 

Sodium hydroxide is often added to prolong its shelf life. 


Coconut oil is mainly made up of a medium-chain fatty acid called lauric acid, which include antiviral, antibacterial, anticancer and immune-boosting effects. Both refined and unrefined coconut oil 

contain the same amount of this beneficial fatty-acid. Unrefined coconut oil, however, is richer in phytonutrients than refined coconut oil. Polyphenols, which act as antioxidants in the body, are 

damaged by the bleaching and heating process used to produce refined coconut oil, so more are present in the unrefined kind.

When to Choose Unrefined or Refined Coconut Oil

Choose unrefined coconut oil if you desire the fullest coconut flavor and the most phytonutrients. 

Choose refined coconut oil when cooking at higher temperatures. Refined coconut oil has a smoking 

point of 450 degrees Fahrenheit, while unrefined coconut oil has a smoking point of 350 degrees Fahrenheit. 

To get the most health benefits from a refined coconut oil, seek out varieties that are 

processed with the least amount of chemicals and that are not partially hydrogenated.

  • If you are new to coconut oil, start with less than a teaspoon per day and then slowly add more as desired.

*Anti-carcinogenic (coconut oil has antimicrobial properties so it may prevent the spread of cancer cells while enhancing the immune system-we do not make medical claims, research supports this)

*Anti-fungal (kills fungi and yeast that lead to infection)

*Anti-inflammatory (appears to have a direct effect in suppressing inflammation and repairing tissue, and it may also contribute by inhibiting harmful intestinal microorganisms that cause 

chronic inflammation.) 

*Anti-microbial/Infection Fighting (the medium-chain fatty acids and monoglycerides found in coconut oil are the same as those in human mother’s milk, and they have extraordinary 

antimicrobial properties. By disrupting the lipid structures of microbes, they inactivate them. About half of coconut oil consists of lauric acid. Lauric acid, its metabolite monolaurin and other fatty acids in coconut oil are known to protect against infection from bacteria, viruses, yeast, fungi and parasites. While not having any negative effect on beneficial gut bacteria, coconut oil inactivates 

undesirable microbes.) An Antioxidant (protects against free-radical formation and damage)

*Anti-parasitic (fights to rid the body of tapeworms, lice and other parasites)

*Anti-protozoa (kills giardia, a common protozoan infection of the gut)

*Anti-retroviral (may reduce the viral load of HIV-AIDS patience) Anti-viral (may kill some viruses that cause influenza, herpes, measles, hepatitis C, SARS, AIDS, and other viruses) Effective at improving nutrient absorption (easily digestible; makes vitamins and minerals more available to the body) Has no harmful for discomforting side effects Infection fighting Nontoxic to humans and animals... 

Appetite Suppressant – the fat in coconut oil triggers the release of the cholecystokinin hormone which slows down food movement through the digestive tract. It is the last nutrient to get digested and leave the stomach, supplying you a delayed feeling of satisfaction after eating.

Breastfeeding – for breastfeeding moms, consuming at least 3 ½ tablespoons of coconut oil daily will enrich and increase the milk supply. 

Bones and Teeth – coconut oil aids in the absorption of calcium and magnesium leading to better development of bones and teeth. 
Digestion – the saturated fats in coconut oil help control parasites and fungi that cause indigestion and other digestion related problems such as irritable bowel syndrome. The fat in coconut oil also aids in the absorption of vitamins, minerals and amino acids, making you healthier all around. 

Energy Boost – coconut oil boosts energy and endurance making it a great supplement for athletes as well as those needing a quick pick me up. 

Fitness – coconut oil has been proven to stimulate your metabolism, improve thyroid function, and escalate energy levels, all of which help decrease your unwanted fat while increasing muscle...

Improves insulin secretion and utilization of blood glucose making it great for both diabetics and non-diabetics who want to get their blood sugar stabilized before addressing other health issues. 

Lung Function – increases the fluidity of cell surfaces.

Pregnancy – helps prevent gestational diabetes; keeps kidneys functioning; keeps morning sickness in check; 

and protects a mother-to-be from a host of potentially threatening infections as well as boost her immunity, which is naturally weakened during pregnancy. Prevents oxidation of fatty acids Skin Tone – promotes firmer skin tone and less sagging. 

Stress Relief – relieve mental fatigue by applying coconut oil to the head in a circular, massaging motion. The natural aroma of coconuts is extremely soothing thus helping to lower your stress level. 

Vitamin and nutrient absorption – specifically magnesium and calcium. 

Weight loss – the saturated fats contribute to weight loss and also increases metabolic rate.... 

NOTE:Coconut oil may be consumed by children under 12 but it is advisable to check with a healthcare practitioner on the proper dosage. Any good naturopath will have the information at the ready. 

Smoking Point

The smoking point of an oil is how high a temperature it can reach before the natural impurities in the oil begin to burn. The lower the smoking point, the lower the temperature the oil can be heated to before it starts smoking as a result of burning impurities. Higher smoke-point oils are better for high-temperature cooking, including deep frying. 

Unrefined Vs. Refined Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is made from dried coconut meat, called copra. Refined coconut oil has been filtered and bleached to remove any scent and impurities. It also has additives to reduce fatty-acid content and increase its shelf life. While you can refine coconut oil mechanically, it is more commonly done chemically. Unlike refined coconut oils, unrefined coconut oil, also called “virgin” coconut oil, is simply expeller-pressed. In some cases, virgin coconut oil can be made from fresh rather than dried coconut oil, and while it contains more impurities, it also preserves more of the healthy fatty acids.


Healthy Fats and Coconut Oil.

Coconut oil is rich in medium-chain triglycerides, which are made up of healthy fatty acids. These fatty acids are mostly lost during the refining process, but they are present in unrefined coconut oil. This means that the fat content of unrefined coconut oil may prove beneficial. A 2008 issue of the “American Journal of Nutrition” contained a study that found that a diet high in medium-chain triglyceride rich oils, like coconut oil, helps improve overall body-weight levels and increased fat loss when compared to olive oil. Researchers concluded that because of the strong weight- and fat-loss benefits of medium-chain triglyceride oils, even a small change in oil intake could be helpful with increasing weight loss.


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