Coconut Oil Organic

Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Copra Oil, Organic Coconut Fat

cold pressed, virgin


Coconut Oil Organic

Organic coconut oil in other languages:

Bio Kokosöl, organic coconut oil, Huile de noix de coco organique, Οργανικό έλαιο καρύδας, Olio di cocco organico, Organisk kokosnøttolje, Óleo de coco orgânico, Органическое кокосовое масло, Aceite de coco orgánico

Ingredients (INCI):

CAS: 8001-31-8
EINECS: 232-282-8

The coconut tree:

The original home of the coconut tree is the area of the Malay archipelago, where their culture can look back on a past of 3000 to 4000 years. Today, it is spread and cultivated in all tropical areas. It is particularly frequently found on coasts, since the palm tree prefers salty sea air. Under normal circumstances, the coconut trees reaches a height of 30-35 m and develops a slender, columnar, unbranched trunk, which usually grows a little curved from the ground. On a full-bearing palm tree, 60 to 160 nuts can ripen.

How organic coconut oil is produced:

Organic coconut oil is also referred to as organic coconut fat since it is solid at room temperature. The reason for this is the high content of saturated fatty acids. However, it is rapidly liquid because of its low melting point of 23 °C. It is obtained by pressing the crushed and dried nutrient tissue of the coconut, the copra. The fresh copra is dried and pressed. Our organic coconut oil is cold-pressed and then filtered.

Relative composition of organic coconut oil:

Coconut Oil Organic

Organic coconut oil and its applications:

In pharmaceutics, medicine and cosmetics:
Organic coconut oil is often used as a basis for ointments and creams and as a substitute for cocoa butter. Organic coconut oil can be found in the following products: hair pomades, hair care products, sun protection creams, after-sun products, bath oils, creams, massage oils.


In technology:
In the confectionery industry, organic coconut oil is used for waffle fillings, coating compounds and ice cream. Moreover, it is an additive in the production of plant margarine and chocolate. The fatty acids produced during refining are used for the production of synthetic resins, insecticides and medicinal products. In addition, synthetic rose oil and lemon oil can be produced from certain ingredients. Furthermore, organic coconut oil is used for the production of soaps and candles.


In the kitchen:
Organic coconut oil can be used as a normal cooking oil for baking, roasting and frying.

For more information on organic coconut oil please see our specification.

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