Coconut Oil… and what you don’t know

On Tue, Apr 9, 2019, 9:19 AM Erica Greene <> wrote:

Coconut oil can be defined as a liquid substance extracted from mature coconut flesh.

It is extracted by drying, chopping and crushing the fleshy white part, adding a little water, and then using a cold expeller press to collect the oil.

It has a melting point of 78 degrees Fahrenheit. If you store them outside the fridge, they may become liquid.

Coconut oil contains a unique blend of fatty acids and minerals, making it suitable for your health and beauty.

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