C8 MCT Oil may improve brainpower temporarily. Many of our customers have come across the groundbreaking research of Dr Mary Newport, whose husband was suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease. In summary, she discovered that using MCT oil along with Coconut Oil appeared to temporarily improve brain function in her husband.
Finally, we have the finest most potent fractionated Organic Coconut Oil (C8 MCT Oil).
This is absolutely the purest most potent fractionated oil (C8 MCT Oil) we have seen in the New Zealand market.
C8 MCT Oil 99% Pure Fractionated C8 Organic Coconut Oil | BrainPower Brand | Sri Lanka
C8 MCT Oil 99% Pure Fractionated C8 Organic Coconut Oil | BrainPower Brand | Sri Lanka
This price currently includes free shipping in New Zealand, saving up to $17 or more dollars on postage, true, Coconut Oil Shop style!
Reminder: year eleven discount coupon celebration. We emailed email list subscribers on the 21st of September, the $11 discount finishes on Saturday night, don’t miss out. Instructions on using coupons are here.
Year Eleven Discount Coupon Celebration Reminder Video
We have an $11 discount coupon to celebrate 11 years of operation at Coconut Oil Shop, and this is a reminder that it expires on Saturday night. If you don’t know about it, I sent out an email about it earlier, on the 21st of September, 2020. The email went to the general subscriber list.
We have not used the Camp Coconut videos as much as I intended. There have been a lot of changes in recent years, at the Coconut Oil Shop. The changes have been time and technology-driven. With all the best intentions, we took the website down a certain path, and there were forces which took the technology in a parallel path.
So what? We nearly totally broke the website.
Year Eleven Discount Coupon will end after the 26th of September
If you have trouble, didn’t get the email etc, get in touch with us by email or phone.
Do this if trouble with a login to Coconut Oil Shop arises
If you cannot log into the Coconut Oil Shop using your old process, then try “My Account” or register anew at “My Account“.
How do you apply the discount coupon to this item?
Some of you may be wondering how to apply coupon codes. Its been a long time since I mentioned them in the emails to customers, and I don’t normally mention them at all on the website. But in these Post COVID Times, we can do new things…
After you have placed the coupon code (which will not be the word “example” into the box, you click on the words “Apply Coupon” and it ought to be pretty clear what to do from there. But because I have often experienced some level of frustration at the instructions found in books, manuals, and online, I have made more detailed, illustrated instructions in those links above.
What does the shopping cart look like with an example coupon?
In the image above I have placed an example coupon code, which does not provide any financial benefit. But you can see that you can add it, and take it away by clicking on the word, “Remove”. At all times, while you are the Cart page, you are in control. Once you progress to the checkout, you are not able to do any of the things listed above, you would need to back space, or click on “Cart” in the menu at the top of the page.
As of August 2019, we have some new products! We have been quietly serving our existing, and new customers, we have not been doing a lot of updates, or emails. But we have expanded our product line slightly. So this August 2019 update post it here to let you see the new products.
Specifically we have added two Coconut Jam varieties.
Organic Coconut Jam
Organic Woodapple Coconut Jam
We have also updated our Coconut Nectar Syrup to a 375ml bottle.
Click on the images above to be taken to the product specific page. From there you may view the information about each product.
Do You Pay Postage or Freight?
All our prices, $20 and over are postage and freight inclusive within New Zealand. You pay no more than the price in the checkout after you have chosen your items, like 2 x Organic Woodapple Coconut Jam 330g Jars.
No extra charges for Rural Delivery
You’ll pay nothing extra in any rural setting. You’ll pay nothing extra in Stewart Island or even the Chatham Islands! (Yes they do consume our oil over there. It’s not a very tropical place).
If you are new to Virgin Coconut Oil, grab our free guide!
There is a lot of articles and information out there on Coconut Oil and how unique it is.
But where do you begin?
We’ve put together a short, informative guide you can download, called Coconut Oil Basics. Grab your free guide, and as a special bonus, we’ll send you an email each week highlighting some interesting pages in our site.
On this website, we have over 100 pages of useful information on our website, and this guide and the emails will help you unlock it.
Hot Chocolate and Muffins: Mother’s Day 2014 Afternoon Tea Idea
If you want to show off your Coconut Wholefood ideas this Mother’s Day, here is an idea starter for you.
Sometimes when we are learning, or indeed mastering a new skill we freak out at the thought of demonstrating that skill in front of family. I completely understand. The reason why we write this blog, and why the other incredibly talented bloggers write up recipes is to empower you.
At the Coconut Oil Shop, and Camp Coconut, we want to empower you and members of your family to make use of Coconut Wholefoods, even in front of family, even on Mother’s Day!
This week we’re going to combine some recipes blogged or written about in the past, with a simple drink solution
Last week we introduced to you you a Little and Loved blog’s “Black Doris Plum Coconut Sugar Muffins”. In the past we’ve written about making coconut cream with Creamed Coconut (Coconut Butter). And I know at least once I’ve shared the Coconut Hot Chocolate post from Caretactics.com. But for some of you, the idea of sharing your love of Coconut Wholefoods with important family members is pretty scary. So let’s start looking at ways you can do that.
If you want to make Coconut Hot Chocolate, you may want to use some Coconut Cream or Coconut Milk in it.
How To Make Coconut Milk and or Coconut Cream
You can buy Rich Gold Creamed Coconut and make your own Coconut Cream with water. But what is the point in putting tap water into a Coconut Cream? I don’t know what they put in the tap water at your house, but I know we filter all of the water that comes through any tap at our house. With that in mind, let me suggest you could enhance your coconut milk or cream with some C Coconut Water.
Here is the instructions we provide for making Rich Gold Creamed Coconut into Coconut Cream.
Creamed coconut comes in two layers; the white oil layer at the top and the solid yellowish layer at the bottom. (Can you tell from the photo above?) You need to mix the layers back together before use. We put the whole jar in a bowl of warm water until the content softens, and then put a handheld mixer inside the jar. You can also do the mixing with a knife or fork. You can also scrape out of the jar, put it all in a food processor, and mix it up until smooth.
The standard way to make Coconut Cream from Creamed Coconut is here.
After mixing back the two layers in the jar as above, put 1-4 tablespoons of Creamed Coconut to 1/2 cup of hot water according to your taste. Mix together well, and that’s all!
So now you’re all ready to make a creamy hot chocolate with Coconut Milk, if you feel like it. Read on to find out some more about that now.
Coconut Hot Chocolate – A Wholefood Twist
You maybe wondering how Hot Chocolate could possibly boost your metabolism, as the picture at the top of the page suggests. Well, this hot chocolate calls on the powers of Virgin Coconut Oil.
Caretacticsblog.com reports that, “According to a study in 2009, ‘Women who consumed 30 milliliters (about 2 tablespoons) of coconut oil daily for 12 weeks not only did not gain more weight, but actually had lowered amounts of abdominal fat, a type of fat that is difficult to lose, and contributes to more heart problems (Source).'”
Introducing: Alex from CareTacticsBlog.com
This is what Alex has to say about her Coconut Hot Chocolate: “If you want a simple and delicious recipe for homemade hot chocolate, this one has just four ingredients and takes only a few minutes to prepare. It’s healthier and better tasting than the old powdered mix packets or chocolate syrup I used to use. Plus, there’s the added bonus of metabolism boosting coconut oil.”
These muffins are naturally gluten free, making them a wonderful and wholesome light morning or afternoon tea.
Have you ever stopped to think that Coconut Sugar is bursting with Potassium*? Well neither had I until I looked into it.
But what that means is that the minerals in Coconut Sugar helps keep your heart working well. Potassium is good for all muscles, in fact, not just your heart. So, in an age where people are proud to “quit sugar”, I’m proud to tell you I have a small sprinking of Coconut Sugar ever day I can. But you’re here to read about Black Doris plum Muffins, and they look factastic, thank for the photo Zoe!
Zoe says, “These wee muffins are simply divine. Tart plum with a rich caramel flavour from the coconut sugar.”
300g black doris plums, approx. 8x once stone removed
1 free range egg 75g coconut sugar 75g coconut oil
200g natural unsweetened yogurt, I use the organic esi-yo (the Smith Family have Caspian Sea Yogurt made with Goat Milk)
200g buckwheat flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp cinnamon
2 tbsp black poppy seeds
pinch of sea salt
We’ve got a short tour for beginners at the “Start Here” page.
Take a look now at the “Star Here” page if you’re new to Coconut Oil.
Who wrote this short article?
Neil Smith, The Coconut Oil Shop Team
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*Potassium is a mineral and electrolyte that plays a significant role in metabolism, water, and chemical balance in the body. Muscle contractions, nerve impulses and regulation of heartbeat require potassium. Deficiencies of potassium have been linked to an increased risk of hypertension, kidney stones, osteoporosis, carbohydrate intolerance, stroke and cardiovascular disease. Source: healthyeating.sfgate.com/potassium-good-body-6475.html