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Organic Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Coconut Oil | 100% Pure Organic & Edible Cooking Oil

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  • Pure Goodness in Every Drop
  • Our Unique Cold-Pressed Magic
  • Immunity-Boosting Cold Pressed Oils

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    Experience the purest and most versatile cooking oil with our Organic Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Coconut Oil. Made from 100% pure and organic coconuts, it is a delicious, healthy, and chemical-free choice for all your cooking needs. Enjoy the benefits of a naturally high smoke point and nutritious medium-chain fatty acids in every dish.

    Organic Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Coconut Oil | 100% Pure Organic & Edible Cooking Oil

    Organic Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Coconut Oil | 100% Pure Organic & Edible Cooking Oil

    Rs. 449.00

    Size

    Organic Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Coconut Oil | 100% Pure Organic & Edible Cooking Oil

    Organic Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Coconut Oil | 100% Pure Organic & Edible Cooking Oil

    Rs. 449.00 Rs. 499.00
    11% off

    Size

    Farm Naturelle Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil – a nurturing treasure from fresh, organically grown coconuts. Cold pressed, never refined, this creamy oil carries a delightful coconut aroma and light taste. Embrace its natural goodness, safe even for baby skin. Transfat-free, cholesterol-free, Gluten and Lactose-free, and Non-GMO, it's an antioxidant-rich elixir perfect for raw or light heat cooking.

    • Pure Goodness in Every Drop: The richness of our Organic Coconut Oil is extracted from Coconut Milk using gentle cold pressing. It's the essence of 100% natural goodness – unrefined and organic. Elevate your wellness journey with this nourishing gift from nature, seamlessly bringing the goodness of coconuts to your table.
    • Our Unique Cold-Pressed Magic: Crafted with Care: Our oils are born through a gentle touch, free from heat. This mindful process safeguards every precious nutrient, nurturing their goodness just for you. Experience the vitality of nature's bounty in every drop – pure, untouched, and ready to elevate your well-being.
    • Immunity-Boosting Cold Pressed Oils: This Extra Virgin coconut oils is your shield, packed with natural antioxidants and antiviral properties. Our unique process ensures that you're getting the best nature has to offer. Strengthen your immunity the natural way with our 100% organic, cold pressed, and unrefined food oils.

    All men, women of all ages and children can consume it.

    Coconut Milk oil

    Benefits

    Benefits Of Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

    Nourishment for Skin & Hair

    Experience the magic of our 100% natural, cold-pressed, and organic food oils. Elevate your hair and skin care with the goodness of unrefined oils. Unlock nature's secret to radiant hair and skin that glows from within.

    Coconut Oil, Your Superfood Secret

    Your Supercharge from Nature's Bounty. Harness the Goodness of 100% Natural, Cold Pressed, Extra Virgin Unrefined, and Organic Coconut Oil for a Healthier You!

    Gentle Care for Little Ones

    Here’s the finest nourishment for your baby's skin with our 100% natural cold-pressed organic oils. Perfect for baby massages and as a moisturizer, our unrefined oils offer gentle hydration, leaving your baby's skin velvety soft. Embrace the power of nature's purity and provide your bundle of joy with the best moisturizing care.

    Healthy Heart Ally

    Farm Naturelle’s Extra Virgin, cold pressed, unrefined Coconut oil plays a crucial role in trimming harmful low-density lipoproteins (LDL), commonly known as bad fats.

    Usage

    How To Use

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    Baking

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    Massage

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    Hair Care

    COMPARISION

    See why Farm Naturelle is 100 times Better

    Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

    Unrefined, Cold Pressed & Virgin

    Higher Nutritional Values

    Organic

    Unprocessed

    100% Natural

    Refined Coconut Oil

    Refined

    Less Nutritional Values

    Non-Organic

    Processed

    Has Additives

    Why Farm Naturelle?

    Here’s why we’re the real deal.

    Own Organic Farm

    Own PACKAGING UNIT

    Own Apiary (I5K Honey Boxes )

    Own manufacturing
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    Ethical Certified

    FAQS

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    Cold pressed oil and refined oil are two different types of oils that are produced using different methods. Cold pressed oil is made by pressing the oil out of seeds, nuts, or fruits without the use of heat or chemicals. This method preserves the natural flavor and nutrients in the oil, making it a healthier option. Cold pressed oils are typically more expensive than refined oils. Refined oil, on the other hand, is made by using heat and chemicals to extract the oil from the source material. This process removes impurities and produces a clear, odorless oil that has a longer shelf life than cold pressed oil. However, some of the natural flavor and nutrients may be lost during the refining process. In summary, cold pressed oil is a natural and healthier option that retains more of the natural flavor and nutrients, while refined oil is a more processed option that has a longer shelf life but may have lost some of its natural properties.
    The healthiest cooking oil depends on a variety of factors, including the type of fats it contains, its smoke point, and its processing method. However, here are some commonly recommended healthy cooking oilsThe smoke point of cooking oil is the temperature at which the oil begins to smoke and break down, producing harmful compounds and a burnt taste. It's important to pay attention to the smoke point of cooking oil because using oil beyond its smoke point can be hazardous to your health and can also negatively affect the taste of your food. When oil is heated beyond its smoke point, it can release free radicals and other harmful compounds that may contribute to inflammation and other health problems. Additionally, when oil breaks down and starts to smoke, it can impart a burnt taste to your food, which can be unpleasant. Different types of cooking oils have different smoke points, so it's important to choose the right oil for the cooking method you plan to use. For example, high-heat cooking methods like frying require oils with high smoke points, such as avocado oil, sunflower oil, or groundnut oil, while low-heat cooking methods like sautéing require oils with lower smoke points, such as olive oil, mustard oil, or sesame oil.
    Yes, there are some cooking oils that are best to avoid or use in moderation due to their high levels of unhealthy fats or processing methods. Here are some examples: 1. Palm oil: often produced using unsustainable methods and high in saturated fat, which can contribute to heart disease. 2. Soybean oil: high in omega-6 fatty acids, which can cause inflammation when consumed in excess. 3. Corn oil: high in omega-6 fatty acids and often made from genetically modified corn. 4. Cottonseed oil: often made from genetically modified cotton and can contain high levels of pesticide residues. 5. Hydrogenated oils: highly processed oils that contain trans fats, which have been linked to numerous health problems. It's important to read labels and choose cooking oils that are minimally processed and contain healthy fats, such as monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. Additionally, it's important to use all cooking oils in moderation as part of a balanced diet.
    The best way to store cooking oil is in a cool, dark place away from light, heat, and air. Exposure to light, heat, and air can cause cooking oil to oxidize and go rancid more quickly, which can negatively affect the taste and quality of the oil.
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