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Coconut

The coconut tree is a member of the palm tree family. Coconut is the fruit of the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). It's used for its water, milk, oil, and tasty pulp. Coconuts have been grown in tropical regions and increased in popularity for their flavor, culinary uses, and potential health benefits. The husk of coconut is emerging as a rich resource for a variety of products as well as soil-less gardening. The coconut fibre has been known since long as raw material for many products such as ropes, coir mats, coir mesh and even yarn that could go into rough linen.

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Coconut

The coconut tree is a member of the palm tree family. Coconut is the fruit of the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). It's used for its water, milk, oil, and tasty pulp. Coconuts have been grown in tropical regions and increased in popularity for their flavor, culinary uses, and potential health benefits. The husk of coconut is emerging as a rich resource for a variety of products as well as soil-less gardening. The coconut fibre has been known since long as raw material for many products such as ropes, coir mats, coir mesh and even yarn that could go into rough linen.

Coconut oil

Virgin coconut oil is rich in lauric acid, a proven antiviral and antibacterial agent. Lauric acid is also found in mothers’ milk which makes coconut oil an excellent alternative to milk formula foods in case of non-availability or shortage of mother milk.

Additionally, it is useful in cleaning our colon / large intestine by gently softening or loosening our old faecal materials without any side effects.

It has a strong alkalizing effect on the body which is beneficial for every disease healing process. Coconut oil is easily digested, even by weak and fragile digestive systems.

We provide cold pressed coconut oil in its natural for the maximum benefits to the actual users.

Coco Peat

Cocopeat (a mixture of dust and non-useable fibre ends) is emerging as the choice for non-terrestrial plants, mainly where space constraints force people to look for alternative material. It is also used in a big way for hydroponic (soil-less) cultivation. Normally the fibres around the coconut kernel comprise one-third of husk. The remaining two-thirds consist of dusty contents which are extremely rich in nutrients. Advantage of cocopeat usage

A kilogram of cocopeat is said to be capable of absorbing more water and retaining it for several months. Cocopeat in solid blocks is used for commercial purposes. Since the peat retains water for long, it reduces the requirement for water as well as the effort to water the plant.

It sees multi fold volumetric expansion when treated with water. High porosity of the coco peat substratum allows good air circulation and quick vegetative propagation when planted with saplings.

Additionally, it is rich in nutrients such as nitrogen, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, zinc and other necessary substances for farming. Due to these properties, it is a very popular medium for kitchen or roof gardening and an ideal medium for grow bag-based gardening.

With cocopeat being turned into pots and pans, it serves both as an alternative to soil as well as a plant-holder. These pots could even be hung in balconies or arranged on screens for vertical gardens.