Tanamu Tanami Natural Healing Oil

Tanamu Tanami


 Tamanu oil is rich in fatty acids and contains high levels of antibacterial, antimicrobial, anti-fungal and antioxidant properties. Tamanu oil was used by ancient Polynesian people, made from the Tamanu tree (Nyamplung) also known as Kamani or Fohara.

These trees bloom twice a year in Southeast Asia with a fruit that resembles the sweet taste of apple. Oil is extracted from seeds inside the fruit and is used for herbal healing practices. The price is relative based on the great effects and benefits of naturally healing the skin.

Tamanu oil is to be used used on the skin only. Tamanu Oil May Help in the following areas

  • Repair/ renew/ restore skin tissue
  • Act as an anti inflammatory/ anti neuralgic
  • Protect skin with antibiotic and antioxidant powers
  • Treat and heal wounds
  • Soften and smooth skin texture
  • Night cream for face

Tamanu Oil May Help In The Treatment Of The Following Ailments:

In modern life Tamanu oil is used to heal scars, fight acne, treat black spots, stretch marks, boils and help with dry or chapped skin. Tamanu oil also has properties that can help moisturize your skin because it is rich in fatty acids and locks moisture in by acting as a barrier.

Researchers have found that Tamanu oil contains calophyllolide (a substance known to possess anti-inflammatory properties) and delta-tocotrienol (a form of vitamin E), as well as a number of antioxidants.

Tamanu oil is is said to promote the healing of burns, blisters, cuts, and scrapes. Some people also use Tamanu oil to soothe insect bites.

It is easily absorbed by the skin and does not leave unwanted residue.

How To Use

Apply a small amount of Tamanu oil into your hands and rub the affected area with a little bit of pressure in a circular motion. It is recommended to use 3 times per day for a few days.

Possible Side Effects

Although Tamanu oil is generally considered safe when it is used topically, it may trigger allergic reactions in some individuals. If you experience itching, redness, irritation or other adverse effects when using Tamanu oil, stop using the product immediately.

People with a tree nut allergy should avoid Tamanu oil, as the oil is pressed from the nut of the Calophyllum inophyllum tree.

If you have a wound, proper wound care can help to reduce scars and prevent infection. Large, deep or infected wounds should be treated immediately by a healthcare professional.

Tamanu Tree
Tamanu Tanami From Calophyllum Inophyllum Fruit