Originally from the Malay archipelago, coconut tree is called the queen of plants, and it was domesticated in the equatorial belt. Coconut is a healthy and natural food, and can be a natural, refreshing beverage that perfectly quenches thirst.
Due to the high content of carbohydrates, fats, oils and vitamins it is beneficial for both young and older people, and nutritionists call it a superfood.
Because it contains lauric acid, coconut has antiviral and antibacterial properties and is good for strengthening the immune system, and caprylic acid in coconut helps in the treatment of candida.
Flour, milk and coconut oil are used in the treatment of tumors, skin disorders such as abscesses, burns, rashes, itching, sores, bruises, hematomas, psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis and even hair loss; respiratory problems – asthma, bronchitis, cough; gastrointestinal diseases – disorders of digestion and colitis and duodenal ulcer.
Products of coconut proved to be beneficial in the treatment of hemorrhoids, Crohn’s disease, liver problems, gallbladder problems, jaundice and other complications related to these organs.
It is very effective for women’s diseases, related to the menstrual cycle and general bleeding, infectious venereal diseases such as syphilis and gonorrhea, viral diseases (AIDS, influenza, hepatitis C, herpes, flu, SARS), bacterial diseases (gingivitis, gonorrhea, throat infections, pneumonia, ulcers, urinary tract infections), yeast, athlete’s foot, nail abscesses, candida, rashes, intestinal parasites, diseases of the prostate, kidney and bladder.