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Coconut Water


Coconut water is contained in the cavity of the green, unripe coconut. One nut yields between 0.5 l and 1 l of coconut water. The riper the fruit, the less coconut water it contains. The yellow-coloured King Coconut (also called "Thambili" in Sri Lanka) is grown specifically as drink coconut. It contains less pulp, and more water.

Coconut water is healthy, it contains no sugar, almost no fat, and it is a natural source of vitamins, nutrients, minerals and trace elements. Coconut water is a true vitamin bomb, and due to its low acidity it is easy on the stomach. Professional athletes can use coconut water to quickly and effectively balance their mineral and nutrient supply.

A glass of coconut water is not only thirst-quenching but also counteracts fatigue and supplies vital potassium, zinc, iodine, magnesium and many others substances: All in all - a true "all-rounder".

Coconut water promotes metabolism and is often used in detoxification therapies. Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers can supply themselves and their babies with important nutrients in an easily digestible way when using coconut water. An absolute "must" for a healthy diet - because of its many trace minerals and antioxidants.

Coconut water has anti-inflammatory and antipyretic properties and is particularly easy to digest. In medicine coconut oil can be used in the treatment of digestive disorders, urinary system disorders, overheating and even osteoporosis.

Coconut water can be mixed into tasty drinks with alcohol. And in the event that the last cocktail was one too many, coconut water significantly relieves hangover symptoms.

Characteristics: Clear liquid
Odor: Odorless