Zenian Fermented 1 L Glass Jar

Zenian Fermented 1 L Glass Jar

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Zenian Red Label Fermented Thailand

Organic cold-pressed unrefined raw virgin coconut oil prepared Fully Fermented (Gut Friendly)

Zenian RAW Fermented Process | Taking the “stress out of digest.” Gut friendly, fully fermented process aids absorbsion of friendly acids
Sizes: The entry level has 1 size arrangement.

  • Zenian Fully Fermented Glass Jar 1 Litre (1000mls)– 1 jars (1000cc)
  • Zenian Fully Fermented Glass Jar 2 Litres (2000mls)– 2 jars (2000cc)

Organic, unrefined, cold-pressed raw food, using a traditional fully fermented process to create an oil which is easier for those with a sensitive digestive system to gain valuable health giving acids.

This is fully fermented in terms of smell and taste

This is for the true raw & fermented food enthusiasts! While all the coconut oils we carry are cold-pressed, the temperature used in processing this oil is particularly low (45-50 degrees Celsius as opposed to 55+ degrees Celsius).

Fully fermented over 3-4 days in the traditional way, this oil has a taste of fermented coconut, but smells like a Thai Black unfermented oil.

Why fermented coconut oil?

Fermented Coconut Oil provides your body with more of the nutrients (good stuff) to support your body. Fermented foods are very “gut friendly”.

You’ll get more Lauric Acid (medium chain fatty acid, which is said to be good for your brains, and your gut).
According to Wikipedia online encyclopaedia, Lauric Acid is hard to come by, and there are few foods that provide it. The reason why Lauric Acid is so important is that it kills bad stuff in your gut and intestine area.

So the Lauric Acid which is a medium chain fatty acid (good fat) fights the bad stuff (pathogens) in your gut and your brain area.

Where do you normally find Lauric Acid?
Information sourced from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lauric_acid

  • 6.2% of the total fat in mother’s breast milk is Lauric Acid
  • 2.9% of total fat in cow’s milk is Lauric Acid
  • 3.1% of total fat in goat’s milk is Lauric Acid

How much more Lauric Acid is found in coconut oil compared to mother’s breast milk?

Lauric Acid makes up just over 6% of the fat in breast milk, but just under or just over 50% of the fat in coconut oil.

Dr Fife N.D. and Dr Newport M.D. state that Medium Chain Fatty Acids (including Lauric Acid) are good for your brain and your digestion. So if medium chain fatty acids like Lauric Acid are good for you, the more the better. Right?

If half of the fat content of coconut oil is Lauric Acid, then there is 44% more of it in coconut oil than breast milk. So with those numbers, we can see Coconut Oil is a great source of the Medium Chain Fatty Acid called Lauric Acid. But why Fermented Coconut Oil?

How much more Lauric Acid is found in Fermented Coconut Oil compared to Unfermented Coconut Oil?

The fermentation process “unlocks” foods so that more of the nutrients become available to the body. Up to 10% more Lauric Acid can be found in a Fully Fermented Raw Virgin Coconut Oil.

How much higher Lauric Acid can be found in fermented oil?
According to research documented by Zenian Organics, Fermented Oil contains 52.2% Lauric Acid, while Regular Coconut Oil contains 48.3% Lauric Acid.

More Lauric Acid is good for brain care, according to Dr Newport. You can read her book, “Alzeimer’s Disease: What if there was a cure?” www.coconutketones.com/whatifcure.pdf

It also helps to fight bad stuff in your gut, because Lauric Acid is a triglyceride that fights pathogens.


Fermenting food has been done for generations

Fermenting has been part of traditional cultures since time can be remembered, according to Dr Sally Fallon, the author of “Nourishing Traditions.” Some people associate fermentation with high heat, but with coconuts, fermentation occurs naturally through grating, pressing and leaving at ambient temperature for 24-48 hours.

Fermenting coconut oil is similar to fermenting cabbage. The difference is that fermenting cabbage requires salt, coconut oil requires nothing more than room temperature. – there’s a naturally occurring bacteria that initiates the fermentation process.

Traditional cultures have always favoured fermented foods, and some fermented foods are even considered sacred.

Fermented Coconut Oil can be considered special in that it provides 3.9% more Lauric Acid than Regular Coconut Oil from the same country of origin.

This oil is not RBD (Not Refined)

It is:

  • not refined
  • not deodorised
  • not bleached

Unlike RBD (refined, bleached and deodorised) oils, this oil has all the natural goodness of raw unrefined virgin coconut oil still intact, owing to its unique manufacturing process. Just like the Extra Light range, this oil is only heated up to 40-50 degrees Celsius.

So what makes it special?

It is our only fully fermented oil from Thailand, processed with a traditional process.  The 4 Litre pails are still from the Philippines. It is:

  • Cold pressed
  • Raw food processed (40-50 degrees Celius)
  • Unrefined
  • Fermented (to unlock the goodness – fermentation is a gut friendly process to help the body more easily create laurice acid, something mother’s milk has in it
  • Strong fermented coconut oil smell, and strong back of the throat fermented after taste (you get used to it)

This oil meets the criteria for low heat processing associated with raw food diets and those who need extra help with digestion of good acids.

Do You Pay Postage or Freight?

All our prices are postage and freight inclusive. You pay no more than the price in the checkout, after you have chosen your items.

No extra charges for Rural Delivery

You”ll pay nothing extra in any rural setting. You’ll pay nothing extra in Stewart Island or even the Chatham Islands! (Yes they do consume our oil over there. It’s not a very tropical place).

How much is it?

  • Zenian Fully Fermented Glass Jar 1 Litre (1000 mls)– 1 jars (1000cc) $46.70
  • Zenian Fully Fermented Glass Jar 2 Litres (2000 mls)– 2 jars (2000cc) $80.70
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