Coconut Oil

Truly unheated- MOST OTHERS ARE HEATED. If coconut oil tastes and smells like coconut it is probably heated. 


Heating caramelizes the sugars which makes it smell attractive but much of it's goodness is lost. Keep away from water as the smallest amount will make it go bad. Put the lid back on to prevent moisture from the air. From Nature's Blessings, a small farm in Philippines. Cold Pressed by water cooled expelier press, Certified Organic

Awarded "Best Organic Virgin Coconut Oil"
no preservatives, no transfat, no heat degradation  

Dr. Bruce Fife Says: "Monolaurin is a single ingredient. Coconut oil, on the other hand, is a combination of 10 different fatty acids—short, medium, and long—and their monoglycerides, most all of which possess antimicrobial properties. Each one has its strengths and advantages. When combined together they work synergistically to enhance the effectiveness of the total."
 If you can find a similar product at a lower price let us know. Gallons expected to arrive mid november


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