The beginning of my quest for Pili Oil

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In the beginning, all I had was an address of DTI Legaspi not knowing one of my followers is one of the head Director of Department of Trade in Legaspi (Chito Aguilar). Serendipitous indeed! So I met Mindy Yee of Leslie’s Pili Pulp Oil first and they showed me Canarium The First Virgin Kernel Oil and other Pili Oil based products. Also, met up with Sorsogon Department of Trade in Sorsogon to discuss possible collaboration with Sorsogon Pili Oil main suppliers. Then, they called me to come to Pili Camarines Sur Regional Technology Department to show me the newly invented equipment to extract Pili Oil sap. Funny, after the meeting, we all tried Pili Oil on our hair and face.

Did not have a plan in the beginning but only a belief of Pili Oil’s magic. I guess, when everything is right, everything will fall into place. So this is…

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Hello world!

Hello Everyone,

I would like to introduce to you my second blog.

I have been truly passionate about Pilo Oil and its anti-aging benefits for the longest time now. I collaborated with Engr. Victor Goyena of Canarium “The First Virgin” of Daraga Legaspi. The blog is in the set-up stage so there will be more additions and changes in the near future.

Please follow and support me in my newest endeavor.

All the best, Jenny

Canarium

Hello Everyone!

This is the moment I am waiting for and I am happy to introduce to you:

Canarium “The First Virgin”

Pili nuts come from the Pili tree (Genus: Canarium ovatum Engl.). Pili are native to maritime Southeast Asia, Papua New Guinea, and Northern Australia. They are commercially cultivated in the Philippines for their edible nuts. The Pili tree is a hardy rainforest tree that bears a nut with a very hard pointed shell, which houses the creamy, yummy nut. Pili nuts have a rich, buttery flavor, often said to be superior to that of almonds. Slender, with a length of around 2-1/2 inches and a diameter of around ¾ inches.

Another unknown by-product is the Pili oil. Pili Pulp and Kernel can be extracted and used for cooking or as a substitute raw material for cotton seed oil in the manufacture of soap, beauty, perfume and edible products. From the…

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