Daily used beauty products that contain Shea Butter are not considered “edible for daily human consumption”, as it is broken down further to enable other products to be incorporated easily..

Is Shea Butter safe for daily Ingestion ?

Only the pure Grade “A” Shea Butter is safe for daily human consumption. Shea Butter is safe to consumer in per positions typically used in preparing meals.

FDA hasn’t identified enough trustworthy data to support claims that ingesting shea butter is safe to use as medicine.

Can I fry food with Shea Butter ?

Shea butter is a great alternative option for frying all types of food. Grade “A” is unrefined 100% Shea Butter. This natural butter can be used in vegan, gluten-free, lactose intolerant, diabetes recipe’s and meal planning. It’s very nutritious and can be used as a healthy substitute to many other cooking oils or lards. When using, you should heat your Shea Butter on medium-heat before cooking your food.


What happens if you put Shea Butter in the microwave ?

You could immediately lose some of the valuable nutrients within the butter. This is due to the radiation element used within the microwave to heat the butter. It’s best to heat using your stove.

If your cooking utensil with the butter starts to smoke due to you having it on a high heat, calmly remove the utensil from the burner and cover it with a tight lid. Due to the pureness of this butter, very little heat is needed for it to melt.

Can I use Shea Butter in my daily baking routine ?

Shea Butter can be used as a replacement butter but requires slight melting to be incorporated into baking products, as it doesn’t work like regular butter.