Pure Coconut Oil - From Legendary Natural Farmer Bhaskar Save's farm 

The coconut oil comes from the legendary Bhaskar Save's Kalpavruksha, which was famously called the best farm in the world by Masanobu Fukuoka, who wrote the book One Straw Revolution.


The farm follows the following 4 principles of natural farming, making all its produce as pure as it can be:

1. All living creatures have an equal right to live.

2. Everything in nature is useful and serves a purpose in the web of life.

3. Farming is a dharma, a sacred path of serving nature and fellow creatures.

4. Perennial fertility regeneration

The Most Nutritious Coconut Oil 

At Bhaskar Bhai's farm, the coconuts are not manually harvested but received as a gift of nature. Only coconuts that fall naturally (which means at an optimum level of nutrition) are used to make coconut oil.

Cold-pressed using Kachi Ghani 

The process of oil extraction on the farm involves the traditional cold-press known as Kachi Ghani, or wood-press. Using this traditional process helps retain the original nutrients, flavour, taste, and aroma of the oil.

Pure Coconut Oil - From Legendary Natural Farmer Bhaskar Save's farm 

The coconut oil comes from the legendary Bhaskar Save's Kalpavruksha, which was famously called the best farm in the world by Masanobu Fukuoka, who wrote the book One Straw Revolution.


The farm follows the following 4 principles of natural farming, making all its produce as pure as it can be:

1. All living creatures have an equal right to live.

2. Everything in nature is useful and serves a purpose in the web of life.

3. Farming is a dharma, a sacred path of serving nature and fellow creatures.

4. Perennial fertility regeneration

The Most Nutritious Coconut Oil 

At Bhaskar Bhai's farm, the coconuts are not manually harvested but received as a gift of nature. Only coconuts that fall naturally (which means at an optimum level of nutrition) are used to make coconut oil.

Cold-pressed using 

Kachi Ghani 

The process of oil extraction on the farm involves the traditional cold-press known as Kachi Ghani, or wood-press. Using this traditional process helps retain the original nutrients, flavour, taste, and aroma of the oil.


Traditional Process of Extracting 

Coconut Oil 


6 Key Benefits Of Coconut Oil

For a healthy body and healthy mind


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1. Is this a Virgin Coconut Oil? What is the difference between cold-pressed and virgin coconut oil?

This is the cold-pressed coconut oil. The difference between both cold-pressed and virgin oils lies in the process of oil extraction. In virgin coconut oil, the oil is extracted from the fresh coconut milk and then left to settle down. Whereas in cold pressed, the coconut is dried and turned into copra (a dried coconut kernel). The kernel is then cold-pressed to extract the coconut oil.

2. Is the Coconut oil available in a glass bottle?

The 500-ml and 1-liter variants are available in glass bottles.

3. Does Coconut oil freeze in the winter season?

Yes. Coconut Oil can freeze during winters. Since coconut oil has a freezing point of 24 °C, it is advised to keep the oil in a warmer place during the winter.

4. Can I use organic coconut oil for frying?

Coconut oil's ability to withstand high temperatures makes it suitable for frying.

5. Can this Coconut oil be used as a hair oil as well?

Since this is pure coconut oil, it can be used as a hair oil as well, apart from its usage in daily cooking.

History Can Be Fun to Know!!

  • On October 17th, 1940, a huge storm broke out in the Arabian Sea. A few days later, the villagers of Dehri were excited to see hundreds of coconuts being swept to the shore. A few villagers planted some of the coconuts. Later, Mr. Bhaskar Save planted the second generation of these trees on his farm. These West Coast palm trees have been yielding on average 350 coconuts a year. Some are even going to 400.

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