I recently did a teleseminar class and a few of the attendees really wanted to know the deal with young thai coconuts and which ones were good to eat and which ones were soaked in poison.
I didn’t know all the research so after the event was over, I made some phone calls and looked around to find (1) what the problems with thai coconuts are and (2) where you can find good, organic young thai coconuts.
Since they have to travel overseas to get here in the US, Canada or other countries, they can take up to six weeks to get here! So what some distributors have to do is put them in a preservative type dip and that dip can contain formaldehyde and a whole bunch of other disgusting things. Some of the young thai coconuts are possibly irradiated as well.
Here’s how you can tell if they’re not so fresh… if you cut it open and see a Thai coconut that has purplish tint to the water that means that it’s bad. That means that it’s started to decompose and also, if you see little black spots around the white shell of the coconut that means it’s started to decompose and mold as well.
This company that I found where you can get fresh organic young Thai coconuts can deliver them in 2-4 days from Thailand or the Southeast to the US and so that’s an incredibly short amount of time given the usual is 6 weeks.
You have to put your order in a week ahead and you have to order in bulk. They sell the by 15 or 30 pound units and a coconut weighs about a pound.
The place to find these organic young Thai coconuts is…
Tell them Kevin Gianni sent you!
If you haven’t had a young Thai coconut and you haven’t cut one open and just drank the juice or put the juice in a smoothie, you’re really, really missing out.
These are just incredible things, so I hope that is beneficial to everyone to get them clean from the source!
On another note… I’d like you take a look at the special holiday health books page a few Hay House authors and myself have put together… the books are incredible and are perfect gifts for family members, friends or co-workers!