Baobab Oil

Baobab Oil

Baobab oil has saturated and unsaturated fats (monounsaturated and polyunsaturated). Some of the saturated fats include Stearic acid (18:0), Palmitic acid (16:0), Behenic acid (22:0) and Arachidic acid (20:0).

Monounsaturated fatty acid include Palmitoleic acid (16:1), Oleic acid
(18:1) and Erucic acid (22:1). Polyunsaturated acids include Linoleic acid (18:2), Gamma Linoleic acid (18:3).

It also contains minerals like Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Iron, Copper and Zinc.

Health Benefits of Baobab Oil

-As a massage oil

-Home remedy for stretch marks reducing their appearance and depth

-As a daily moisturizing lotion it helps to lock in moisture and is easily absorbed hence

-Repair chapped lips

-As a hair conditioner it leaves the hair soft and noticeably silky

-For Nail care; soaking nails in baobab oil makes them soft and easy to care for

-For dental care; used to  heal swollen and inflamed gums

 

Exotic Baobab Oil

 

Exotic Baobab Oil is cold pressed and no preservatives are added

Packaging is done in 200 Litre food grade metallic gallons

Storage & Stability:

The shelf life in sealed original containers and under ambient storage conditions is 24 months after the date of manufacturing. We recommend storing in dark, cool and dry conditions.

Baobab (Adansonia digitata) is a tree whose origin has been traced to Madagascar, Arabia, Africa and Australia. The baobab is a huge tree that mainly grows in semi-arid areas which normally receive low rainfall. However, this has not prevented this tree from producing what
has come to be known as the super fruit – the baobab fruit. The fruit has a large casing, the size of a coconut, enclosing the seeds. Inside this casing are seeds. The baobab seed is coated with powder. This powder contains high levels of Vitamin C, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and dietary Fibers. Inside this baobab fruit seed is a nut.

Harvesting

The baobab fruit is magical in the sense that it dries on the tree to a moisture level that extend their shelf life even before processing. Once picked from the tree, the fruit is broken to recover the seeds. The powder coated on the seeds can be used to make smoothies and also as an
ingredient in many food products due to its high mineral content.

The baobab seed is then dried further, in preparation to cracking and oil extraction. Once dry, the seeds are cracked to obtain the kernel inside them. The kernel is then pressed to extract oil.

Partnerships

 

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