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MACADAMIA NUT

(Macadamia integrifolia, Macadamia ternifolia)





  • Macadamia Nut Description
  • Macadamia Nut Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Macadamia Nut Dosage Information
  • Macadamia Nut Safety & Interaction Information
  • Macadamia Nut Herbal Oil & Herbal Products




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    MACADAMIA NUT DESCRIPTION

    Macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia, ternifolia) is a genus of four species of trees indigenous to Australia and constituting part of the plant family Proteaceae. They are native to north eastern New South Wales and central and south eastern Queensland. The tree is commercially important for its fruit, the Macadamia Nut or simply Macadamia. Other names include Queensland Nut, Bush Nut, Maroochi Nut, Bauple Nut and Hawaii Nut.

    Macadamia species grow as small to large evergreen trees from 6.6-feet to almost 40-feet tall. The leaves are arranged i whorles of three to six, lanceolate to obovate or elliptical in shape approximately 6 to 30 cm long and 2 to 13 cm broad, with an entire or spiny-serrated margin. The flowers are produced in a long, slender, simple raceme 5 to 30 cm long, the individual flowers 10 to 15 mm long, white to pink or purple with four tepals. The fruit is a very hard, woody, globose follicle with a pointed apex, containing one or two seeds.

    The seeds are a valuable food crop. Only three of the species, Macadamia integrifolia, Macadamia ternifolia, and Macadamia tetraphylla, are of commercial importance. Only two of these three species (Macadamia integrifolia and Macadamia tetraphylla) can be eaten raw. The remainder of the genus possesses poisonous and/or inedible seeds, such as M. whelanii and M. ternifolia; the toxicity is due to the presence of cyanogenic glycosides. These glycosides can be removed by prolonged leaching, a practice used by some Indigenous Australian peoples for these species, as well.

    Assessment as to whether a macadamia has undergone sufficient drying to ensure the moisture content is low, can be undergone by dropping them in their shells from normal hand height onto a floor surface that is relatively hard and solid, e.g. concrete or tiles. Subsequent shaking and hearing the seed rattling inside indicates that it is loose from its shell, and can thus be cracked with a higher intact-seed-yield ratio. Seeds that do not rattle have not dried sufficiently to reduce the moisture content and allow it to shrink away from the shell. Periodically, a seed will not rattle regardless of its moisture content due to the orientation of the kernel.

    To penetrate the husk's hard protective shell, a metal vise or hammer can be used to compress the shell until it lightly fractures, then the pressure is released and the seed is re-positioned to crack it along a different plane. In Malawi, the macadamia tree was first introduced in tea plantations as wind shields in the low tea fields and the tea pickers used to roast the seeds in this style as a fatty snack.

    MACADAMIA NUT OIL

    Macadamia Nut Oil comes from the Macadamia tetraphyla tree and is the non-volitale oil expressed from the nut meat of the Macadamia tree, a native Australian nut. It is a highly monounsaturated fat, which means it is a healthy oil to have in the diet. From a chemical level, this nut closely resembles human sebum. It is high in palmitoleic acid which is a component of skin fat that supports cell regeneration. This fat also contains omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids which help the skin do its job as a water barrier for our bodies. Macadamia Nut oil is readily incorporated in lotions because it emulsifies easily, and absorbs quickly into the skin. Macadamia oil is sometimes used in food as a frying or salad oil, and in cosmetic formulations as an emollient or fragrance fixative.

    Macadamia oil contains approximately 60 percent oleic acid, 19 percent palmitoleic acid, 1 to 3 percent linoleic acid and 1 to 2 percent linolenic acid. Some varieties contain roughly equal omega-6 and omega-3. Although Macadamia is cultivated in many different parts of the world, the oil's fatty acid profile is not greatly influenced by environmental factors. The oil displays chemical properties typical of a vegetable triglyceride oil. It is also very stable due to its low polyunsaturated fat content. Macadamia oil is liquid at room temperature. The refined oil is clear, lightly amber-colored with a slightly nutty odor. It is possible to refine it to complete transparency, but the faint odor of Macadamia nuts remains. It contains up to 85 percent monounsaturated fats and has an unrefrigerated shelf life of one to two years with a smoke point of 410°F.


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    MACADAMIA ORGANIC OIL PROFILE


  • Botanical Name: Macadamia Integrifolia
  • Origin: Kenya
  • Extraction: Expeller Pressed / Unrefined
  • Shelf Life: 2 Years Recommended
  • Kosher Certified: Yes
  • Notes: An unrefined oil that is sensitive to light and will degrade accordingly. This oil is organically cultivated with a beautiful nutty odor and a deep amber color, containing qualities typically not found on the market. Suitable for culinary and cosmetic use.


  • SPECIFICATIONS
      Color- Light yellow
      Odor- Nutty odor with sweet undertones
      Free Fatty Acids- 1.35%
      Peroxide Value- Less than 3.71%
      Non-Saponifiables-
      Saponification Value- 190-200
      Iodine Value- 70-80
      Specific Gravity- 0.92
      pH- 4.47

    FATTY ACIDS
      Oleic- 53.80%
      Palmitoleic- 21.30%
      Linoleic- 1.80%
      Palmitic- 8.20%


    The above product information description was obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs regarding their products. For other manufacturers, merchants and vendors, consult individual product label description.





    MACADAMIA NUT USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    MACADAMIA NUT USES

    Macadamia nut recipes have become a univeral icon among enjoyable snack foods. People have used them in cookies, breads, chocolate confections, and brittle to name a few. It is hard to imagine how just one little nut can be used in so many different recipes. But for those that know, the recipes barely even scratch the surface to the multifaceted benefits of this nut. And these days Macadamia nut oil is becoming just as sought after as the nut itself. Macadamia Nut Oil has a very low toxicity rating so it is used in many baby products, lip balms, and other facial formulas. It can protect your skin from the harmful effects of the sun and it keeps skin looking and feeling soft and supple, and it helps prevent premature aging of the skin.

    Compared with other common edible seeds such as almonds and cashews, macadamias are high in fat and low in protein. They have the highest amount of monounsaturated fats of any known seed and contain approximately 22% of omega-7 palmitoleic acid, which has biological effects similar to monounsaturated fat. They also contain 9% protein, 9% carbohydrate, and 2% dietary fiber, as well as calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, selenium, iron, thiamine, riboflavin and niacin.



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    MACADAMIA NUT NUTRITIONAL VALUE


    NUTRIENT
    VALUE
    NUTRIENT
    VALUE
    Calories 200 Manganese 45 percent
    Calories From Fat 200 Thiamin 15 percent
    Total Fat 22 grams Magnesium 8 percent
    Monounsaturated Fat 17 grams Copper 8 percent
    Saturated Fat 3 grams Phosphorus 6 percent
    Cholesterol 0 grams Vitamin B-6 6 percent
    Total Carbohydrates 4 grams Niacin 4 percent
    Fiber 2 grams Iron 4 percent
    Sugars 1 gram Zinc 2 percent
    Protein 1 gram Potassium 2 percent


    MACADAMIA
    NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS
    Raw Kernel

    Nutrition Value Per 100 Grams (3.5 Ounces)
    (Source: USDA National Nutrient Data Base)
    Principle
    Nutrient Value
    Percentage of RDA
         Energy      3,080 kJ (740 kcal)      
         Carbohydrates      13.8 g      
         Protein      7.9 g      
         Total Fat      75.8 g      Saturated Fat: 12 g
         Monounsaturated Fat: 59 g
         Polyunsaturated Fat: 1.5 g
         Sugars      4.57 g      
         Dietary Fiber      8.6 g      
    Vitamins
    Nutrient Value
    Percentage of RDA
         Vitamin B-6      0.275 mg      21%
         Vitamin C      1.2 mg      1%
         Vitamin E      0.54 mg      4%
    Minerals
    Nutrient Value
    Percentage of RDA
         Calcium      85 mg      9%
         Iron      3.69 mg      28%
         Magnesium      130 mg      37%
         Phosphorus      188 mg      27%
         Potassium      368 mg      8%
         Zinc      1.30 mg      12%
    UNITS
    µg = Micrograms
    mg = Milligrams
    IU = International Units

    Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults.
    Source: USDA Nutrient Database


    MACADAMIA NUT NUTRITIONAL & HEALTH BENFITS

  • FATS: Macadamia nuts comprise 84 percent monounsaturated, 3.5 percent polyunsaturated and 12.5 percent saturated fatty acids. Being low in cholesterol and high in monounsaturated fatty acids which are 'good' fats, macadamia nuts help in the body's manufacture of essential fatty acids by maintaining the balance between omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids as well as increase the production of protective high density lipoproteins while suppressing the unhealthy low density lipoproteins. Hence, one of the most important macadamia nut health benefits is that being low in saturated fats and cholesterol, these nuts reduce the risks of heart diseases, stroke, anti-inflammatory diseases, anti-aggregatory diseases and immunomodulating diseases.

  • PROTEIN: Macadamia nuts are also rich in essential and non essential amino acids which play an important role in the body's muscle formation, connective tissues and blood plasma development and overall well-being.

  • CARBOHYDRATES: Carbohydrates, also described as dietary fiber are the most basic source of energy in our body. In their most simplest form, they are present as saccharides (sugar) in the body. Hence, these nutritional nuts are also a good source of sugars, sucrose, fructose, glucose and maltose, and some other starch-based material.

  • MINERALS & VITAMINS: Macadamia nuts are loaded with vitamins like vitamin E, thiamine (B-1), riboflavin (B-2), niacin, pantothenic acid (B-5) and folate, and minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium. Hence, the nuts promote healthy bone and teeth formation, as well regulate the body's fluid balance and immune system. Also they enhance our nervous system and promotes healthy skin.

  • DIETARY FIBER: Dietary fibers are nothing but roughage or complex carbohydrates that give a feeling of fullness and reduce appetite. Hence, macadamia nuts are rich in complex carbohydrates like lignans, hemicellulose, amylopectins, mucilage, gums and insoluble cellulose which promote desirable intestinal bacteria, slow digestion, and reduce constipation, hunger pangs, irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive problems.

  • PHYTONUTRIENTS: Macadamia nuts are good source of phytonutrients or phytochemicals like tocopherols and tocotrienols, (derivatives of Vitamin E), the biologically active components in the body that help remove free radicals which oxidize blood fats and damage healthy cells. Hence, their antioxidant properties reduce the possibilities of certain types of cancer like breast, cervical, gastrointestinal, lung, stomach and prostate cancer. Moreover, regular intake of the macadamia nuts serves in the growth of new tissues, slow down the aging process and also denigrates birth defects.

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    WHITE CHOCOLATE MACADAMIA NUT COOKIES

    Yield: About 2 dozen cookies (depending on size)
      2 cups all-purpose Flour
      1/2 teaspoon Baking Soda
      1/2 teaspoon Salt
      3/4 cup unsalted Butter, melted and cooled to room temperature
      1 cup packed Light Brown Sugar
      1/2 cup White Sugar
      1 Egg
      1 Egg Yolk
      1 tablespoon Vanilla Extract
      1-1/2 cups chopped Macadamia Nuts
      2 cups White Chocolate Chips

    1. Preheat the oven to 325°F. Grease baking sheets or line with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.
    2. In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda and salt and set aside.
    3. Beat together the melted butter, brown sugar, and white sugar. Beat in the egg, then beat in the egg yolk, then beat in the vanilla.
    4. Gradually add the flour mixture to the sugar mixture until just moistened.
    5. Stir in the macadamia nuts and white chocolate chips by hand with a rubber spatula.
    6. Roll into balls or drop by heaping tablespoons onto baking sheets.
    7. Press down on the cookies with your palm a bit to flatten (but not too much!).
    8. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until the edges look golden brown and the middles do not look quite set.
    9. Allow to finish cooling on the baking sheet.


    MACADAMIA NUT OIL USES

    Macadamia oil has become very popular in modern Australian cuisine. It is an excellent frying oil due to its high heat capacity. Several properties of Macadamia oil are particularly important for use as an edible oil. The macadamia oil has similar characteristics that are found in other types of vegetable oils. However, it does have a chemical structure far superior to those other oils. And it certainly differs from any other types of nuts. The chemical make up of this macadamia nut oil is loaded with healthy attributes. It is comprised of over a whopping 83 percent monounsaturated fatty acid. Another roughly 12 percent is made up of saturated fatty acids; and 4 percent of polyunsaturated fatty acid. The macadamia oil also has an odd but healthy ratio of omega-3 fatty acids to the omega-6 fatty acids. The former has far more benefits to the body than the latter. With a higher ratio of the omega 3 fatty acids the macadamia nut oil has set the bar high on all other cooking oils that often have a higher ratio of the omega 6 fatty acid. Other oils that contain omega-3 (fish oil) and omega-6 fatty acids are flaxseed oil, emu oil.

    The macadamia nut oil has a bit of a honey color to it, or a really soft yellow hue. The translucent liquid has a distinct but inviting nutty aroma. It can be cultivated into preferences of both color and smell however. The oil remains in a liquid form at room temperature, and has a fairly long shelf life. Strong comparisons have even been made towards butter due to its highly resilient smoke point. The smoke point is where the oil begins to lose its flavor and nutritional values. The macadamia oil can keep its medium up to roughly 410°F (210°C).

    THE BENEFITS OF MACADAMIA NUT OIL USE IN FOODS

    While it is somewhat low on protein, it does host the most monounsaturated fat of any other plant oil. Some people at first glance may think this is a bad thing. Most are taught to stay away from fatty foods. But the type of fat makes a huge difference between a healthy diet and an unhealthy one. The macadamia nut oil is chocked full of the healthier fatty acid, and can actually produce lower triglyceride levels as well as lower cholesterol. And as mentioned above, due to substantial omega 3 fatty acids found in this macadamia oil, it has other nutritional values as well. One of its biggest benefits is keeping cell walls clean. This can help the consumer lower the risks associated with high blood pressure and even heart disease.

    The macadamia oil is used in a variety of foods. The oil adds nutritional value stemming from its chemical make up, and of course gives the dishes a great nutty flavor to boot. Perhaps, the most common of uses is found in salads, much like an olive oil type of dressing. Due to its high tolerance to heat, many others have found it an incredible alternative to butter and use it on their breads or for a dipping sauce.

    Maybe the best way to use the macadamia nut oil in the kitchen is by flavoring many different foods. This multifaceted oil can also be used for frying much of the Australian cuisine. Itís a fantastic alternative to vegetable oils like Canola oil or olive oil. When it comes to cooking with the oil, itís like having the best of all worlds. Not only is it healthier to cook with than the other oils, but it still offers that smooth nutty flavor that is also superior to other tasteless cooking oils.

    MACADAMIA NUT OIL USE IN COSMETICS

    Undoubtedly, the biggest trend growing out of this macadamia oil industry is its commercial use now in beauty products and cosmetics. It did not take long for people to figure out that this healthy macadamia oil might also be beneficial to the skin. And they were right. Macadamia oil's rich, cushiony skinfeel and high oxidative stability make it especially suitable for heavy creams and suncare formulations. It can protect your skin from the harmful effects of the sun and it keeps skin looking and feeling soft and supple, and it helps prevent premature aging of the skin. Macadamia Nut Oil has a very low toxicity rating so it is used in many baby products, lip balms, and other facial formulas. Macadamial oil in cosmetics include the light emollient Ethyl Macadamiate and water soluble PEG-16 Macadamia Glycerides. It is an excellent botanical replacement for mink oil in most applications and also is used for hair. Macadamia oil's INCL name is Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil.

    With good sources of nutrition including calcium, vitamins, and phosphorus the already versatile oil tackles several skin and hair ailments head on. Another unique thing about the Macadamia nut oil is the high levels of palmitoleic acid (omega-7) it carries. In fact it is the highest levels of any other plant. With age, people need this palmitoleic acid readily to keep a smooth soft skin free of wrinkles. For this reason the Macadamia Nut oil, or Macadamia oil based products, have become increasingly popular as an anti-aging remedy. It will not leave the skin too greasy either like olive oil does. This can even lead to acne breakouts if they use too much of that olive oil. To use it on wrinkles, all the person has to do is apply the oil directly on the desired areas. Alternatively, they could find a cream with other natural oils and vitamins to work in harmony with the macadamia oil. It is important to stay away from too many hyped ingredients, as the most basic ones will actually do wonders working with the oil.

  • Macadamia Oil For Massage: Probably the most relaxing of all uses of Macadamia Nut oil is during massages. Many professional massage therapists have incorporated the oil into their techniques and use it often as an aromatherapy treatment. The skin absorbs the oil, instead of it having to break through and force its way into the epidermal to provide the benefits.

  • Macadamia Oil For The Bath: The Macadamia Nut oil has found its way into bath products for much of the same reasons. Skin needs to keep certain moisture mediums. It is also healthiest with a layer of natural oil on it. The problem is with most cleaners out there, they do too much. Because of this, they strip away protective natural oils from the skin as well. This can lead too much of the irritable skin and dryness people often feel. For this type of use, the oil works well in combination with Virgin Coconut Oil. Organic would be the most beneficial way to go for those interested in using it for a cleanser.

  • Macadamia Oil For Skin: The oil has several natural healing properties as well. Many native Hawaiians would often use the Macadamia oil to cure and soothe their sunburns. Others are finding great success using it to help with irritated skin, small wounds, and to reduce the coloration in scars. Unlike other moisturizers that have manufactured properties injected into them, the Macadamia oil is all natural. Cold pressed Macadamia Nut oil should turn up results online for the best products to use for these healing purposes. Macadamia oil is prized for containing approximately 22% of the omega-7 palmitoleic acid, which makes it a botanical alternative to mink oil, which contains approximately 17%. This relatively high content of "cushiony" palmitoleic acid plus macadamia's high oxidative stability make it a desirable ingredient in cosmetics, especially for skincare.

  • Macadamia Oil For Hair: The natural oil has even found its way into healthier hair. The same reasons that make it a success with dry skin are also doing wonders for moisturizing the scalp. The hair itself gets stronger and the oil won't fry it out. People with all coarse hair are having good results with it not only strengthening but also giving the hair a fuller healthy shine stemming from the natural oils. Again, it is many of the same properties that are making it a great product all the way through, are also the reasons for its success as a healthy hair shampoo. Organic stripped down versions of the oil are best. Using less of the unknown chemicals and more vitamins in the shampoo, will ensure a great product for great hair.

  • OTHER USES

    The trees are also grown as ornamental plants in subtropical regions for their glossy foliage and attractive flowers. Macadamia species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species, including Batrachedra arenosella.

    Macadamia seeds are often fed to hyacinth macaws in captivity. These large parrots are one of the few animals, aside from humans, capable of cracking husk and shelling the seed. Nuts of the Arkin Papershell variety crack open more readily.





    MACADAMIA NUT OIL DOSAGE INFORMATION

    Macadamia Nut Oil is an ingredient in many products. For best results, read and follow product label directions.




    MACADAMIA NUT SAFETY & INTERACTION INFORMATION

    Macadamia Nut Oil is regarded as safe for use topically.

    Macadamias are toxic to dogs. Ingestion may result in macadamia toxicosis, which is marked by weakness and hind limb paralysis with the inability to stand, occurring within 12 hours of ingestion. Depending on the quantity ingested and size of the dog, symptoms may also include muscle tremors, joint pain and severe abdominal pain. In high doses of toxin, opiate medication may be required for symptom relief until the toxic effects diminish. Full recovery is usually within 24 to 48 hours.

    Macadamias can cause severe allergic reactions in humans, as do many other seeds. These reactions can vary from a slight swelling of the lips, to an itchy throat or in the extreme, anaphylaxis. Caution should be used whenever around children or adults who have never ingested such seeds, or persons with known allergies to tree nuts. A skin test can also provide information about allergies while in a M.D./D.O.'s office who acts as specialist in allergens.





    MACADAMIA NUT HERBAL PRODUCTS

  • Macadamia Nut Oil Products

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  • QUALITY PRODUCTS & SUPPLEMENTS



    MACADAMIA NUT OIL PRODUCTS

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

    Mountain Rose Herbs: Macadamia Nut Oil, Certified Organic, Bulk Organic Vegetable Oils
    Macadamia Nut Oil (Macadamia integrifolia) method of extraction is Expeller Pressed / Unrefined. This fine oil comes from the pressed nuts of the Macadamia tree. Origin is Kenya. It is a priceless delight for the skin and has proven itself to be one of the best regenerative oils available. It is high in monounsaturated fatty acids, and closely resembles sebum (the oil naturally produced by one's skin to help protect it). Macadamia oil is a fabulous, protective oil with a high absorption rate and has been successfully used as a healing oil for scars, sunburns, minor wounds and other irritations.


    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Macadamia Organic Skincare Oil, Aura Cacia, 1 fl oz
    Use as desired for general skin care. Enjoy the benefits of Aura Cacia essential oils by adding 1-2 drops of essential oil to each pump of macadamia in the palm of your hand.


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Macadamia Organic Skin Care Oil, Aura Cacia, 1 fl oz: K
    Aura Cacia 100% Pure Macadamia Oil, is carefully expressed from the nuts of the macadamia tree. Macadamia oil has a rich, silky texture and contains high levels of antioxidant oleic and palmitic acids. A wonderful oil for creating a long-lasting sheen of superior skin-protective emolliance, macadamia is a great choice for protecting skin during dry winter months or anytime skin is exposed to the weathering effects of outdoor activities. Expeller pressed and filtered.
    Kalyx: Aura Cacia Macadamia Skin Care Oil Certified Organic - 1 fl oz: HF
    Protecting USDA Organic Kenya Natural Skin Care Natural Skin Care Aura Cacia 100% Pure Macadamia Oil is carefully expressed from the nuts of the macadamia tree. A wonderful oil for creating a long-lasting sheen of superior skin shielding emollients, macadamia is a great choice for protecting skin. Free Of Animal testing, synthetic preservatives, colors or fragrances.
    Kalyx: Macadamia Oil, Natural Skin Care, Certified Organic, Aura Cacia, 1 fl oz: HF
    Aura Cacia 100% Pure Macadamia Oil, is carefully expressed from the nuts of the macadamia tree. Macadamia oil has a rich, silky texture and contains high levels of oleic and palmitic acids. A wonderful oil for creating a long-lasting sheen of superior skin-protective emolliance, macadamia is a great choice for protecting skin during dry winter months or anytime skin is exposed to the weathering effects of outdoor activities. Origin: Kenya. Certified Organic.


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  • MACADAMIA HERBAL PRODUCTS

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

    Mountain Rose Herbs: Macadamia Nut Oil, Certified Organic, Bulk Organic Vegetable Oils
    Macadamia Nut Oil (Macadamia integrifolia) method of extraction is Expeller Pressed / Unrefined. This fine oil comes from the pressed nuts of the Macadamia tree. Origin is Kenya. It is a priceless delight for the skin and has proven itself to be one of the best regenerative oils available. It is high in monounsaturated fatty acids, and closely resembles sebum (the oil naturally produced by one's skin to help protect it). Macadamia oil is a fabulous, protective oil with a high absorption rate and has been successfully used as a healing oil for scars, sunburns, minor wounds and other irritations.


    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Macadamia Nuts, Dry Roasted, Now Foods, 9 oz
    Dry roasted and salted. Additionally, Macadamia Nuts contain impressive amounts of monounsaturated fatty acids, and are one of the few known sources of palmitoleic acid - a beneficial omega-9 fatty acid. NOW Macadamia Nuts are dry roasted to perfection and lightly salted to enhance their delectable taste.
    HerbsPro: Fuco Protein Bar Chocolate with Macadamia Nut, Garden of Life, 1 Carton
    HerbsPro: Macadamia Organic Skincare Oil, Aura Cacia, 1 fl oz
    Use as desired for general skin care. Enjoy the benefits of Aura Cacia essential oils by adding 1-2 drops of essential oil to each pump of macadamia in the palm of your hand.


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Clif Bar Luna Bar, Organic White Chocolate Macadamia Nut, Clif Bar, 1.69 oz. (Case of 15): HF
    Kalyx: Clif Bar, Organic White Chocolate Macadamia Nut, Clif Bar, 2.4 oz (Case of 12): HF
    White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Bar gives you the energy to keep you going with a taste that will not let you down.
    Kalyx: Macadamia Nuts, Dry Roasted & Salted, (Style IV), DVF Development: 5 lbs: GR
    Kalyx: Macadamia Nuts, Dry Roasted & No Salt, (Style IV), DVF Development, 5 lbs: GR
    Kalyx: Macadamia Nuts, Dry Roasted & Salted, (Style IV), Wricley Nut Products Co, 25 lbs: GR
    Kalyx: Macadamia Nuts, Dry Roasted & No Salt, (Style IV), Wricley Nut Products Co, 25 lbs: GR
    Kalyx: Macadamia Organic Skin Care Oil, Aura Cacia, 1 fl oz: K
    Aura Cacia 100% Pure Macadamia Oil, is carefully expressed from the nuts of the macadamia tree. Macadamia oil has a rich, silky texture and contains high levels of antioxidant oleic and palmitic acids. A wonderful oil for creating a long-lasting sheen of superior skin-protective emolliance, macadamia is a great choice for protecting skin during dry winter months or anytime skin is exposed to the weathering effects of outdoor activities. Expeller pressed and filtered.
    Kalyx: Aura Cacia Macadamia Skin Care Oil Certified Organic - 1 fl oz: HF
    Protecting USDA Organic Kenya Natural Skin Care Natural Skin Care Aura Cacia 100% Pure Macadamia Oil is carefully expressed from the nuts of the macadamia tree. A wonderful oil for creating a long-lasting sheen of superior skin shielding emollients, macadamia is a great choice for protecting skin. Free Of Animal testing, synthetic preservatives, colors or fragrances.
    Kalyx: Macadamia Oil, Natural Skin Care, Certified Organic, Aura Cacia, 1 fl oz: HF
    Aura Cacia 100% Pure Macadamia Oil, is carefully expressed from the nuts of the macadamia tree. Macadamia oil has a rich, silky texture and contains high levels of oleic and palmitic acids. A wonderful oil for creating a long-lasting sheen of superior skin-protective emolliance, macadamia is a great choice for protecting skin during dry winter months or anytime skin is exposed to the weathering effects of outdoor activities. Origin: Kenya. Certified Organic.


    AMAZON PRODUCTS

    Amazon: Macadamia Oil Health & Personal Care Products
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