Process Tamanu Oil™ is pressed from nuts of the Calophyllum inophyllum.
Be aware of the original Tamanu Oil.

Stay away from black colored, lightly-colored or yellowish-coloured Tamanu Oil. None of these are the real deal and this is why they are so cheap. Unfortunately there is a lot of rubbish oil coming out of several countries claiming the original Tamanu Oil. For example the Black Tamanu Oil, this occurs in the process where the Tamanu Nuts have been thrown into the fire to try and speed up the curing process. There is only one process. Any other processes seriously diminishes its natural, skin-healing and anti-aging properties. The same with the yellow Tamanu Oil that has been either diluted down with a cheap carrier oil or in some cases, the product has been put through a chemical filtering process. Yes the oil may be a lighter oil but again the product has been chemically stripped of some of its natural components making it inferior and much less effective. While the original pure Tamanu Oil is expensive and proven effective for centuries by local medicals. It remains difficult to understand the difference when you buying cheaper Tamanu Oil, but if you suffer from skin conditions you should only try the original Tamanu Oil which comes from Volcanic Earth Europe. Authenticity and purity is maintained during the entire process. All ingredients are subjected to a strict quality control and assayed by GCMS and includes a COA.

 The Process | Tamanu oil intensive production process

Tamanu Oil™ is made from the nut kernel of the Tamanu trees.
These trees grow very slow, and can grow up to 3 meters in height.
Once grown, a Tamanu tree produces up to 100 kg fruits and about 18 kg oil Tamanu kernels have a very high oil content (75%). The oil forms in the course of the nuts' desiccation. During the desiccation process the kernels loose weight from 7 gram to 4.5 gram.

The nuts are collected by hand.

Tamanu Oil™ is 100% pure, no additives and are pesticide free.
No chemical processes is involved.

Purity and authenticity is maintained during the whole process.

The Tamanu Oil™ is cold-pressed from the inside nut kernel of the nut in self.
The shell is left out of the process. 
These nut kernels are left to cure naturally, only after the fruit have fallen naturally from the tree. The nuts will be dried for months.

During the process the fruit (nut) become brownish-red color and release a strong, rich oil. The Tamanu Oil™  is then extracted by cold pressing and filtered.
Which results in the finest, pure, rich, dark green, luxurious Tamanu Oil™ .

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It does take a lot of nuts to produce a small quantity of pure Tamanu Oil™ .

There is no negative impact on the trees themselves, the nuts are collected
and dried after the fruit naturally loosen form the trees. 

Scientist do not fully understand the unique cicatrizing properties
of the Tamanu Oil™ as it has an extremely complex portfolio
of chemistry that is difficult to decipher.
Few people realize the powerful properties of the Tamanu Oil™ , because there is many refined and other types of Tamanu Oil™ in the market. Ask for a certificate of analysis. In our research laboratory each batch is analysed for purity and provided with a certificate of analysis.

First: When you buy our Authentic Tamanu Oil™, you can be sure that it is 100% pure Tamanu Oil™.

Secondly: The production of Tamanu Oil™ helps improve the livelihoods and standard of living of poor villages in the outer island of Oceania. The harvesting and collection of Tamanu Nuts involves thousands of indigenous from many different villages.























Tamanu oil : Process