Tamanu oil's ability to heal damaged skin is well-researched. Tamanu oil fades
stretch marks with incredible results. It also works miracles on scar tissue, making scars look less unsightly.
Tamanu oil promotes new tissue formation, accelerating healing and healthy skin growth. Tamanu oil absorbs rapidly
into the skin, adding a youthful glow, without any residual greasiness or oiliness. Because of tamanu oil's high
phospholipid and glycolipid content is possesses potent anti-wrinkle properties. Daily application of tamanu oil
may keep your skin feeling and looking young.
Tamanu oil, extracted from the fruit of the Calophyllum inophyllum tree, is renowned for its remarkable skin
healing properties. It greatly aids wound healing of severe cuts and burns. Tamanu oil is naturally
anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal. It is used for minor wounds, skin irritations, rashes, bedsores
shingles, skin ulcers and and many other skin concerns. Tamanu is a traditional medicine in the Polynesian Islands
and Madagascar, and its healing capacity and versatility are now better understood in the modern
Our Tamanu oil has a rich, deep scent with a bold dark color and because of this it
may alter the color and aroma of your cosmetic creations. Can be used directly on the skin or
diluted with a suitable carrier oil.
For External Use Only
Current and traditional use across the globe - Indonesians soak the leaf in water; the resulting blue solution is applied to inflamed eyes
or taken internally for heatstroke. It is used as an astringent for hemorrhoids in Philippines. The
Manus of Papua New Guinea heat leaves over a fire until they soften, then apply them to skin ulcers, boils,
cuts, sores and pimples. On Dobu Island, leaves are boiled, and the resulting solution is used to wash skin
rashes. - In the Philippines, the sap is mixed with sulfur to create an ointment
for boils, open sores and wounds. In the 18th century, native Jamaicans used a similar species for
wounds and sores.
Fiji natives use Tamanu oil for joint pains, arthritis, bruises, oozing wounds, chapped lips and preventing diaper
rash. In most south sea islands it is utilized as an analgesic for sciatica, rheumatism and ulcers.
Pacific islanders apply Tamanu oil to scrapes, cuts, burns, insect bites and stings, acne and acne scars,
psoriasis, diabetic sores, anal fissures, sunburn, dry or scaly skin, blisters, eczema, diaper rash and herpes
sores--and even to reduce foot and body odor!
- In Europe, sometimes called Domba oil, it has a 70 to 75 percent success rate in alleviating rheumatism and
scabies. It’s also effective on gout and ringworm. It can be applied to mucous membrane lesions. It
heals chapped skin, post-surgical wounds, skin allergies, cracked skin, bed sores, wounds, rashes, abrasions,
athlete’s foot, boils, and infected nails.
- Tamanu oil has even healed severe burns caused by boiling water, chemicals and X-rays. Its
anti-inflammatory properties reduce rashes, sores, swelling and abrasions. Tamanu oil promotes new tissue
formation, accelerating healing and healthy skin growth.
Tamanu oil reputedly relieves a sore throat when it is applied to the neck. It’s pain-relieving properties have
also been used traditionally to relieve neuralgia, shingles and believe it or not, leprous neuritis! In the
1920s, Sister Marie-Suzanne, a nun stationed in Fiji, topically applied Tamanu oil to leprosy victims with positive
More Powerful than an
Antibiotic Tamanu oil possesses significant antimicrobial qualities, as proven in antibacterial and antifungal
tests. It contains powerful bactericide and fungicide agents that defeat human and animal
pathogens. Tamanu can be applied directly to skin, undiluted. There are no reports of adverse effects from
topical application. Tamanu oil has also compared favorably against antibiotics in alleviating these
The cause of diphtheria
Urinary tract infections
The cause of Madura Foot, which causes the foot’s skin to swell and split
scars Tamanu oil fades stretch marks with incredible results. It also works miracles on scar tissue,
making scars look less unsightly. BioScience Laboratories conducted a study of Tamanu oil’s ability to
improve the appearance of scars. Six subjects with obvious scars aged for one year or more participated
in the test. Subjects were not allowed to use moisturizers on their scarred areas for seven days before
the test or throughout the nine-week test period. Scars were rated for roughness, length, width and
degree of difference from surrounding normal skin. Measurements of darkness and redness were also taken
for scarred and surrounding normal skin. Digital photos of scars were taken prior to initial application and
at the end of week nine. Tamanu oil was applied to the scarred area twice daily for nine consecutive
weeks. There was significant improvement in appearance of scars after six weeks, and improvement
continued through week nine. Scar length was reduced by an average 0.28 centimeters, and width was
reduced by an average 0.12 centimeters!
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