Coconut Oil Uses - What You Can Use Coconut Oil For
There are hundreds of coconut oil uses! Many you may not have thought of. First of all
make sure the coconut oil you buy is virgin coconut oil and is raw and unrefined, unheated, not bleached, not
deodorized as some are that you find and can be purchased in supermarkets and even whole food stores. It
should smell good!
You don't want any coconut oil that is made from coconuts grown with herbicides or pesticides, synthetic
fertilizers or any other chemicals. There are many things you can use coconut oil for including food and non-food
How to Use Coconut Oil as a Food
Food: You can use energizing coconut oil in smoothies, all fruit smoothies, green smoothies, homemade salad
dressings, hundreds of raw food recipes including, raw cookies, raw pies, and raw desserts of all kinds.
Coconut oil usually doesn't affect the flavor because most often you cannot detect the flavor in most recipes,
raw recipes or not. I have used it as the oil replacement in gluten-free bread that I make for a family member. I
melt it first. I am a raw foodist myself and have used it for years in dozens of raw food recipes.
How to Use Coconut Oil for Your Skin, Hair, Massages, Teeth and Gums, Deodorant etc.
Non-food uses for coconut oil include: as a moisturizer for your skin or dry skin and it only takes a very small
amount. You can use coconut oil for a facial cleanser. You can use it as a make-up remover. It is especially good
around the eyes for removing make-up and from eyelashes.
You can use coconut oil for massages.
You can use a very small amount as a hair conditioner buy use a very small amount and test it when you don't
have an important place to go. Some people find it difficult to wash out. Some hair especially bleached is more
Coconut oil is great slathered on skin at night all over and wrapped up in towel s and go to bed after a bath or
shower. Protect your sheets though.
If you have ever read the ingredients on very expensive skin creams from department stores they usually contain
some coconut oil.
You can use coconut oil for toothpaste--some may even be absorbed into your bloodstream under your tongue.
Coconut oil can also be used as a deodorant.
How To Use Coconut Oil For Eczema, Rashes, Skin Irritations, Blemishes, Acne, Burns, Gums and Other Medicinal
Uses - Coconut Oil Uses
Medicinal uses for coconut oil include for eczema, skin rashes, skin irritations, burns, acne, any skin blemish
or injury. It helps heal wounds fast.
Coconut oil can be used for gum and mouth injuries, canker sores, cuts and periodontal problems. Some people use
it for coconut oil purging therapy.
It's great for chapped hands and during winter months. In the summer months it's great for tanned or sunburned
skin, helping to heal fast. Men who work outdoors or with their hands at work outside or participate in outdoor
sports love to use coconut oil on their hands at night.
These are just a few of the many coconut oil uses you can enjoy. Virgin
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