Coconut Oil Deodorised (organic) - 4 litreor 20 litre

Coconut Oil Deodorised (organic) - 4 litreor 20 litre

Product Code: KokoOil(deod)4ltr-20ltr

NOTE: You pre-order before midnight Monday, we then collate all orders the next morning and deliver to you by the following Monday.

Price: $61.95$75.00

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Kokonati Coconut Oil Deodorised (organic) - 4 litre or 20 litre

Kokonati Organic Coconut Oil is naturally organic and produced in Ceylon. The white flesh is sun-dried to remove excess moisture and then cold-pressed to extract high-quality virgin coconut oil that is rich in the 'good' fatty acids. It is stable to use for cooking at high heat.


Coconut oil is one of the only oils that will not produce free radicals once heated. Coconut oil contains lauric acid which our bodies convert into monolaurin which has anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-protozoa properties and can destroy lipid coated viruses such as HIV, measles, influenza virus and various pathogenic bacteria.


Coconut oil is nature's richest source of medium chain fatty acids (also found in human breast milk) which stimulate your body's metabolism, leading to weight loss. Coconut oil is wonderful for diabetics because it does not produce an insulin spike in your bloodstream. It is excellent used as a skin moisturiser and may help to restore youthful looking skin by reducing the appearances of fine lines and wrinkles.


Coconut oil is great for your heart, supports your immune system health, supports the proper function of your thyroid gland and provides you with an immediate energy source. There are also testimonies of it healing Alzheimer's disease and restoring memory loss.


Coconut Oil can be used as a moisturiser on your face and body, for scalp psoriasis, as a butter substitute in lactose free baking and cooking, as a healthy fat to cook with that isn't destroyed by heat, as a lubricant in massage and more. It is delicious to eat in sweet and savoury dishes and smells heavenly if you use the non-deodorised one.


Coconut Oil replaces sunscreen: Coconut oil is the only thing I apply to my skin if I feel I need sun protection. Ever since I adopted a super nourishing diet I have found that my skin doesn’t really burn (I used to burn easily). However if I am going to be out in the sun for longer than I want, I will apply coconut oil to further prevent burning. Coconut oil screens 20 % of ultraviolet exposure (click here for further info and recipe).




Its many health benefits include support for a healthy immune system, weight management and healthy cholesterol levels.  Recent studies show that the fatty acids in coconut oil may also support mental clarity and focus (also a treatment for Alzheimers - see below).  Coconut oil also supports healthy digestion, metabolism, high energy levels, healthy thyroid function and blood sugar balance.  It also helps maintain healthy skin and hair. 


The dementia-fighting active-ingredients in coconut oil are Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT for short). Coconut oil is one of the best dietary sources of MCT. How much coconut oil fights Alzheimer's best? See below and watch this video excerpt for the answer. For the full one-hour video that covers coconut oil and Alzheimer's in depth, check out Dr. Mary Newport's full-length lecture at the IHMC

Use the following to make practical conversions:

1 tablespoon = 15 milliters = 3 teaspoons
1/3 tablespoon = 5 milliters = 1 teaspoon

Dr. Newport's Personal Treatment for her husband Steve who was suffering from Alzheimers and who started showing real improvement within 2-weeks:

  1. Start by using one teaspoon of coconut oil in each meal.
  2. If available, us a mixture of 1/2 coconut oil and 1/2 MCT oil.
  3. Increase the amount gradually, protecting against side effects.
  4. Try for 3 tablespoons per meal & 2 tablespoons at bedtime.

Learn about Dr. Mary Newport's therapies that turned her husband's Alzheimers around in her book called:
Alzheimer's Disease - What If There Was a Cure?


In short Coconut oil is :

  • High in Medium Chain Triglycerides including Lauric Acid
  • Supports heart health
  • Supports weight management
  • Supports  immune system health
  • Supports  a healthy metabolism
  • Provides an immediate energy source for body & brain
  • Helps to keep skin healthy and youthful looking
  • Supports the proper functioning of the thyroid gland
  • NOW in convenient and easy to use soft gel capsules

3 Types of Coconut Oil


Virgin1 Coconut Oil
(cold-press virgin)

White Coconut Oil (from fresh coconut meat)

Deodorised (or RBD3) Coconut Oil

Extracted from

Fresh coconut meat

Dehumidified, fresh coconut meat

Dried coconut meat or from copra


Fresh coconut aroma

Fresh, slightly toastier coconut aroma. Similar to desiccated coconut.

No aroma


Gentle  coco-nutty taste

Pleasant,  toasted coco-nutty taste

No coconut taste


Colourless, water-like when liquid or pure white when solid. If mature, wild, forest coconuts are used they contain a very high lauric acid5 level and the oil can retain a slight golden colour.

Colourless when liquid at temps >24.4 C.  Pure white when solid

Slightly yellow tinged liquid. Off white tinge when solid

Method of extraction

Wet / Dry cold press
Raw, virgin (unrefined), coconut oil is cold pressed using only fresh coconuts. High quality Organic virgin coconut oil such as KOKONATI is cold pressed at temperatures less than 40 C, ensuring all nutrients and antioxidants are retained intact.
This is a RAW, unrefined oil.  If it does not have the coco-nutty aroma, it cannot be a Virgin Coconut Oil. There is actually no “Extra” Virgin oil; it’s either virgin or not virgin. “Extra” is a marketing term.

Mechanically expeller pressed & filtered under 100 C.
Raw materials enter one side of the press and waste products exit the other side. The machine uses friction and continuous pressure from the screw which moves and compresses the coconuts. Pressure involved in expeller pressing creates heat in the range of 60-99 C. No chemicals used in the processing.

Mechanically expressed at temps up to     180 C.
Deodorised by steam vacuum. Bleached using  Fullers Earth (a natural clay).   In KOKONATI Sri Lankan Coconut Oil no artificial chemicals or bleaches are allowed in manufacture.

Price relates to quality

Due to low the temperature extraction, 40% of oil is all that can be extracted as the first and only press, hence ‘Virgin’ Coconut Oil. That is also the reason why Virgin Coconut Oil is higher in price than White Coconut Oil.

Expeller presses can recover 75% of the oil from coconut. Hence a higher yield compared to cold press extraction for Virgin Coconut Oil.



Virgin Coconut oil is best used as a spread, in smoothies, as a daily health supplement, or in salads. Virgin Oil can also be used for high temp. cooking but is more expensive being the first and only press extraction.

White Coconut Oil is a more or less a ‘budget’ option for heavy use such as in deep fryers and in baking while still retaining most of the same potent properties of Virgin Coconut Oil.

High heat cooking oil with no aroma. Sometimes you need to cook without the coconut aroma.  A quality de-odorised coconut oil is a better option than using any other de-odorised oil as it still remains one of the healthiest oils to use due to its high MCT4 content.

1 Virgin Coconut Oil. Raw coconuts, when opened, will quickly ferment and unless the moisture is removed properly during processing the oil will sour. Coconuts used for this oil are usually processed within 48 hours of picking. Good quality Virgin Coconut Oils should have a shelf life of at least 2 years without any deterioration of the oil at all.
2 Copra or dried coconut flesh is what is made into basic coconut oil. It is a completely different form of oil compared to Virgin Coconut Oil.
3 RBD: refined, bleached, deodorized
4 MCT: Medium Chain Triglyceride, fatty acid
5 Breastmilk is a very high source of lauric acid. Coconut oil is roughly half lauric acid, so it has about 6.5 grams per tablespoon.



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