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Sacha Inchi Oil

$ 7.00

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Sacha Inchi Oil - (Plukenetia volubilis)

  • Extraction Method: mechanically pressed seeds.

  • Quality: 100 % pure, cold pressed without any chemical treatment, cosmetic quality.

  • Country of origin: Peru - wild harvested.

  • Appearance:  light gold-ish yellow liquid with a faint plant scent.

  • Touch: Thin, non greasy and easy to apply.

  • For chemical data and fatty acid composition refer to pictures.

With a long history of use in traditional medicine, Sacha Inchi Oil has many cosmetic properties.


    • High content of  linoleic acid.

    • Very light texture and easy absorption.

    • High vitamin E, vitamin A and omega-3 fatty acids content.

    • Its natural tocopherol content contributes to its antioxidant capability, making it one of the most shelf-stable Omega-3 vegetable oils.


    • Oily skin

    • Blemish prone skin

    • Fine lines, aging skin

    • Temporary skin and scalp issues


    Plukenetia volubilis, commonly known as sacha inchi, sacha peanut, mountain peanut, Inca nutor Inca-peanut, is a perennial plant with somewhat hairy leaves. It is native to much of tropical South America (SurinameVenezuelaBoliviaColombiaEcuadorPeru, and northwestern Brazil).

    In the Amazon Rainforest in Peru, it has been cultivated by indigenous people for centuries, and will grow in warm climates up to altitudes of 1,700 meters (5,500 feet) as long as there is continued availability of water and good drainage. It grows better in acidic soils and alluvial flats near rivers.

    The plant reaches a height of 2 m (6' 6"), with alternate, heart shaped, serrated leaves, 10 to 12 cm long (4"-4.7") and 8 to 10 cm (3.1-3.9") wide, that have petioles 2–6 cm (0.8-2.3") long. It flowers five months after being planted, and bears seeds around the eighth month. The male flowers are small, white, and arranged in clusters. Two female flowers are located at the base of the inflorescence. In tropical locations it is often a vine requiring support and producing seeds nearly year-round.

    The fruits are capsules of 3 to 5 cm in diameter with 4 to 7 points, are green and ripen blackish brown. On ripening, the fruits contain a soft black wet pulp that is messy and inedible, so are normally left to dry on the plant before harvest. By two years of age, often up to a hundred dried fruits can be harvested at a time, giving 400 to 500 seeds a few times a year. Fruit capsules usually consist of four to five lobes, but some may have up to seven. Inside are the seeds, oval, dark-brown, 1.5 to 2 cm in diameter and 45 to 100 grams of weight. The cotyledons are open, similar to those of almonds, and covered with a whitish film. Raw seeds are inedible, but roasting after shelling makes them palatable.

     *The Amazonian butters and oils have been tested by generations of rainforest's indigenous and ribeirinho people. They are used for cooking, baking, healing, moisturizing and protecting against the elements.

    When we consume Amazonia's sustainable, non-timber-products, we give the local people an alternative to logging and farming which are the two largest responsible factors of the deforestation of such an important ecosystem.

    Rainforest Chica's products are wild harvested or ethically farmed. With constant focus on sustainability and fair treatment of harvester, farmers, transporters and producers.

    Product for cosmetic use only, not suited for human consumption!

    This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

    Warnings: Avoid contact with eyes, do not ingest. In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with water, call physician if irritation persists. Keep out of reach of children.

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