Macadamia Nut Oil!

Macadamia nut oil comes from the nuts of the Macadamia Ternifoila tree.

Macadamia nut oil comes from the nuts of the macadamia tree, Macadamia Ternifolia.  This tree is originally from Australia and Madagascar.  Today its found in New Zealand, South Africa, Kenya, Malawi, Mexico, Israel, Hawaii, California and Florida. 

Macadamia oil is golden to yellow in color.  It has a light texture and a sweet, nutty, aroma.  It's highly nutritious and has benefits for the body, skin and hair! 

Macadamia nuts are rich in protein, vitamins and minerals!  Lower LDL, (bad cholesterol), lower blood pressure, stimulate skin and hair growth!  Find homemade recipes!

Macadamia nuts are naturally cholesterol free!  They're a great source of fiber.  They're rich in protein, vitamins and minerals.  Its vitamins consist of A (iron), B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6 (pyridoxine) and E (an antioxidant).  It essential fatty acids, (EFAs), are Omegas 3, 6 and 7!  Since the body cannot produce these on its own, it must find them from external sources.  Its Omega 6  is lower in ratio compared to walnuts, pecans, almonds, cashews and other nuts.


Lower Blood Pressure

Lower Risk of Heart Disease

Lower LDL (bad cholesterol)

Stimulate Skin and Hair Growth

Reduce Risk of Estrogen Linked Cancer

Reduce Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Improve Brain Function, (memory, performance)


Regulate Metabolism

Improve Brain Function

Maintain Healthy Bones

Maintain Reproductive System

Stimulate Skin and Hair Growth

CAUTION!  Incorporate a balance of Omega 3 and Omega 6 EFA's, for a healthy lifestyle.  Excessive amounts of Omega 6 fatty acids can leave you more vulnerable to diseases.   The University of Maryland Medical Center suggests maintaining a ratio of 2:1 up to 4:1 of Omega 6 to Omega 3.

OMEGA 7 BENEFITS (Palmitoleic Acid)
(Palmitoleic acid is a monosaturated fat)

Lower LDL (bad cholesterol)
Reduce Risk of Heart Disease
Improve Metabolism (Curb appetite & burn fat faster)


( * For best results, internally or externally, use organic ingredients. * )
CAUTION!  Do not use Macadamia oil in any recipe or application if you have nut allergies. Avoid use if pregnant.  Contact your health care provider, for the best advice regarding your specific needs.

Macadamia nut oil is ideal for high heat cooking.

COOKING:  It's ideal for high heat cooking.  It's used as a substitute for olive oil, canola oil or butter in baking.  It's sprinkled over fish, chicken or salads.  Store macadamia oil in a dark bottle and in the fridge, or a cool dark place, to retain freshness longer.

Discover a delicious smoothie recipe with macadamia nut oil!

SMOOTHIE RECIPE:  Blend together all ingredients. (Use organic ingredients, if possible.)  Pour in cup.  Refrigerate to cool or drink now!  Enjoy!

1/2 lemon (peeled and seeded)
1 avocado (peeled and seeded)
1/2 cucumber
1 tbsp. coconut oil (unrefined)
1 tbsp. macadamia nut oil (unrefined)
bit of sea salt (unrefined)
scoop of crushed ice


Macadamia nut oil penetrates and hydrates skin very quickly! It's often called a "vanishing oil".  It's a skin nourishing skin molecularly close to skin sebum.  The high palmitoleic acid content is an effective antioxidant, combating free radical damage.  It moisturizes, protects, soothes and tones skin.  Its vitamin E content supports proper cell function and cell regeneration.  Small wounds and skin irritations are gradually healed.  Scars, stretch marks, fine lines and wrinkles begin to fade.  It's suitable for many skin types, even young, sunburn, sensitive or acne prone skin. 

It's found in many skin care products including:  soaps, lotions, creams and lip balms.  It's often used by massage therapist, as a quick penetrating carrier oil.  It has strong oxidative stability and is resistant to rancidity.  This makes it a good choice for cosmetics and toiletries.


Macadamia nut oil is exoctic for making soap!  It produces a stable and conditioning lather.  Find a soap recipe!


Macadamia nut oil is exotic.  It produces a stable and conditioning lather.  It emulsifies easily and is slightly thicker than most carrier oils.  It's a bit expensive so use a small percentage in your homemade soap recipes or save it for leave on applications like lotions, creams, balms or body butters.  In lotions or creams use 2 to 20%.  In body butters or balms use 5 - 50%. 

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Macadamia nut oil moisturizes, strengthens and adds shine to hair!  Find homemade recipes!

HAIR CARE:  Macadamia nut oil is not greasy.  It's absorbed into the scalp quickly.  As one ages, sebum levels decrease. The Omega 7 palmitoleic acid is a main constituent of sebum produced by hair follicles.  Hair is rejuvenated.  It moisturizes, strengthens and adds shine to hair.  Great for dry, frizzy, dull or weakened hair.

HAIR RECIPE:  Apply a small amount of oil to hair and scalp.  Massage.  Gently comb through hair.  Leave on hair for approx. 2 hours.  Wash hair with a mild shampoo.  Rinse hair, thoroughly, with warm water.  Let hair air dry or dry with towel.  If desired, blow dry hair on low settings.  CAUTION! High heated blow driers weaken and damage hair.


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