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What are the Black Spots seen in Batana Oil?

A common question we get asked about 100% pure Honduran Batana Oil is what are the tiny black spots often seen in Batana Oil. 

Long story short - the black spots you often see in pure Honduran Batana Oil is the remnants of the kernels of Batana Nut in the extraction process.

Remember Batana Oil is extracted from the nut of the American palm tree. You can read more about how Batana Oil is made here. When the nut goes through the heating process, you are often left with the remnants which is what the black spots are. Depending on how much the heating period of that Batana Oil batch was, and how much filtration it went through - the amount that you see varies. It is completely normal to see some amount in any batch. It is also completely safe to apply to your hair or skin. Also the black kernel remanents truly tells you that this is 100% pure Batana Oil, not factory or lab made. 

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