MURUCI - The potent sulfur fruit
Muruci oil is
- sweet and sour smell, attractive fragrance
- rich in sulfur, etc., therefore highly antifungal
- Physicochemical properties are similar to soybean oil
- excellent for severe blemishes, seborrhea & acne
- is also processed into juices, ice cream and sweets in Brazil
This is how Muruci oil
is traditional used
In Brazil, Muruci is used regionally for its high content of organic sulfur (4.1%) and caprylic acid (8.1%) in dermatology. The oil is also rich in ethylhexanoates, terpenes (8.2%) and carboxylic acids. Added to these are very valuable compounds such as hyperin, quercetin and glycolipids, all of which are very important for the biochemical processes in healthy cells. With its fiber, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamins C, B1 and B2 as well as niacin it can also have a positive effect on the immune system.
What's in the Muruci oil?
The cold-pressed Muruci oil is made from wild fruits that our partners collect on the rivers deep in the pristine rainforest. The oil is therefore without synthetic additives, pesticides or other chemical fillers. Muruci oil contains 62% of unsaturated fatty acids, mainly omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids, and is therefore of significant importance to the food and cosmetics industry in South America.
Our Muruci oil is a wild natural product that is only available in a limited quantity. Please understand that it is not always available.
Our Product tip
Ideal due to the ingredients and antioxidant compounds for anti-aging formulations, dry skin hand creams, blemishes and in conjunction with guava oil for nail care. Together with Andiroba oil, it should be ideally suited as a natural and protective insect repellent.
A very special formulation for severe skin problems: Muruci oil + Andiroba oil + Copaiba oil. This combination sets where most conventional preparations stop.
Legal Requirement: All of these applications are based on centuries of experience of the Brazilian Native Rainforest and are still partially not recognized by conventional medicine. The use of Muruci thus does not replace the walk to the family doctor.