How to Make Coconut Oil for Home Use in Simple 13 Steps


With an eye opening to the use of organic products for the use of almost everything, no doubt, coconut oil is leading the chart as it it useful for almost anything.


From cooking to use on hair for longer and shiny hair, and even for the hydrating the skin, among many, coconut oil is seemingly expensive.

But then you can make them yourself, you only need to stress yourself a bit, here's how to make coconut oil yourself though:


  1. Get your coconut and break it, pour the water from it in a bowl
  2. Next get a knife and extract the coconut from its shell. You might want to place the coconut on bare fire to make it come off its shell easily
  3. Now rinse and cut the coconut, while placing them in the blender and adding lukewarm water to it for best results
  4. Ensure you blend the coconut until it is completely smooth
  5. Now get a filter and separate the coconut milk from the chaff.
  6. Use a sieve with a finer mesh to remove the tiniest particles from the coconut milk.
  7. After this, cover the bowl of coconut milk and keep it in the fridge overnight. 
  8. By the next day, you will find out that the milk has been separated from the water beautifully.
  9. Now gently use a spoon to take the coconut oil at the top of the bowl and put it in a pot
  10. Next, you Cover the pot and start cooking on low to medium heat. If you notice any smoke at any time as you cook, reduce the heat to very low.
  11. Keep an eye on the pot and stir from time to time. Cook till you notice some charred coconut bits in the oil. I cooked the one in the video below for 1 hour 15 minutes.
  12. Set the pot aside so the coconut oil can cool down to a comfortable temperature.
  13. Now filter it for the last time to get rid of any form of impurity, you can then decide to store it anywhere it so pleases you, or perhaps get down to using it immediately/
And there, you have your coconut oil ready for whatever it so pleases you to do with it darling.

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