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Thread: Benefits of coconut oil

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    Default Benefits of coconut oil

    If you’ve never cooked or baked with coconut oil before you will be amazed at how good it tastes, smells and performs. See more Benefits of coconut oil

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    Great info! I love the smell too

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    Default Re: Benefits of coconut oil

    We have been using it for years. Good stuff. Food tastes so much better.
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    Default Re: Benefits of coconut oil

    I use coconut oil for so many things! Otis recently had a hot spot on his paw and he wouldn’t let me near it. I made an Epsom salt solution and held his paw in it for about 5 minutes (or as long as I could make him stand still , then when he was resting, I would warm some coconut oil and drizzle it onto the hot spot twice a day. He didn’t mind that I was putting the oil on it and it didn’t hurt or sting him. In about 3 days it was well enough that I stopped treatment & Otis wasn’t bothered by it anymore, so his paw continued to heal on its own.

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