The only cosmetic oil that has clinically proven skin cell healing. Tamanu oil was traditionally used in the case of:

  • Wound infection
  • Burns
  • Abscess
  • Scabies
  • Fungal diseases
  • Scars


ORIGIN: Tahiti, Polynesia

INGREDIENTS:  100 % (Calophyllum inophyllum) Tamanu oil


Stronger than antibiotics

Tamanu oil contains proven antimicrobial effects. It contains strong bactericides and fungicides that destroy human and animal pathogenic bacteria and fungi.


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Cold-pressed 100% Tamanu oil

Tamanu oil is a well-known healing oil for the treatment of skin in the tropic part of the world. It has antibiotic, antioxidant, antimicrobial and antifungal properties. In addition, it is also used in pain aches, where the cause is inflammation of the nerve endings.

Tamanu is a tree that grows in SE Asia (Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka and the Polynesian islands). The tree blooms twice a year. The flowers are highly fragrant, which later form a grape of round green fruits. Cold oil is pressed from the core of these fruits.  The oil has a high value. For 5 liters of cold-pressed oil we need to collect app. 100 kg of healthy Tamanu fruits.

Quality and country of origin of Tamanu oil Etnobotanika®?

Our cold-pressed 100% pure Tamanu oil is still traditionally hand-picked from the local inhabitants of Polynesia.  Worldwide the highest quality of Tamanu oil is extracted from trees that grow in Polynesia. The Polynesian archipelago is very low, so the trees run their roots all the way to the coral reefs below the earth’s surface. The Tamanu fruits therefore have a much higher content of vitamins and minerals and consequently, Tamanu oil from these fruits is up to 10 times better than other areas in Asia, where the Tamanu tree also grows.

Traditional use:

Indonesians put the leaves of Taman trees into the water to get the blue liquid that they use to treat their eyes inflammation. They use it also against a heat stroke and to relieve problems with hemorrhoids.

The inhabitants of Papua New Guinea heat the dark leaves over the fire to soften and treat bruises, wounds, bugs, ulcers, scars, pimples and hardened skin. The inhabitants of Fiji use tamanu oil for joint pain, arthritis, purulent wounds and abrasions.