Coconut oil. Who uses it?

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Coconut oil. Who uses it?

Passionate Pastor Passionate Pastor
Recently I have found coconut oilcan be used as a lubricant and have used it almost exclusively. I was just wondering who else uses it and do you have any good ideas or stories?
03/29/2010
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Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
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Originally posted by Passionate Pastor
Recently I have found coconut oilcan be used as a lubricant and have used it almost exclusively. I was just wondering who else uses it and do you have any good ideas or stories?
We've used it for years and are pretty fond of it. We keep a little screw-top pot of it in the headboard for sexual use, but for massages we actually warm it up in a cruette (I think that's what it's called?) so it pours easily.
03/30/2010
Backseat Boohoo Backseat Boohoo
I use it on my hair and skin.
03/30/2010
Gary Gary
What is coconut oil normally used or sold for?
03/30/2010
LikeSunshineDust LikeSunshineDust
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Originally posted by Gary
What is coconut oil normally used or sold for?
Cooking I think.
03/30/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
it's what they used to use in movie theaters to make popcorn awesome.

It's VERY fattening, one of the most fattening out there (I think).
03/30/2010
Kaijah Kaijah
I use it on my hair and skin as well, and I have a separate jar for cooking. You'd use it in place of non-stick pan coatings and the like. It's actually good for you, in moderation, like all things. link

I'd probably use it as lube if I didn't use latex condoms. *lol*
03/30/2010
Victoria Victoria
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Originally posted by Gary
What is coconut oil normally used or sold for?
I know you'll be shocked, hubs, but they have this at Supreme. Like 3 kinds.
03/30/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
"Coconut oil is a natural laxative. Never saw that on Gilligan's Island" - Castaway (Tom Hanks)
03/30/2010
ScottA ScottA
Coconut oil is no more fattening than any other oil - it is a saturated oil, but saturated oils aren't the bad guy they used to be (trans-fat is now).

We use it for massages and vaginal. It doesn't stick around long enough for me in handjobs, and it isn't thick enough to be really comfortable for anal use.
03/30/2010
Sammi Sammi
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Originally posted by Gary
What is coconut oil normally used or sold for?
I use it to lower cholesterol
03/30/2010
Gary Gary
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Originally posted by El-Jaro
it's what they used to use in movie theaters to make popcorn awesome.

It's VERY fattening, one of the most fattening out there (I think).
Interesting! Is it part of the mysterious butter substance?
03/31/2010
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Coconut oil can be great for people with metabolic issues like low thyroid function. It helps to rev up the metabolism and like olive oil is actually good for you. It's better tolerated by the body and gives your hair a lovely shine like walnuts can if you eat them regularly.
Corn oil is actually the worst type of oil you can use.
04/02/2010
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
One thing to note though; if you're going to use it for sex, you really should get a decent quality unrefined organic kind. Some of the others can be *very* nasty.
04/02/2010
Gary Gary
So... basically... Coconut Oil can be used for anything?
04/02/2010
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
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Originally posted by Gary
So... basically... Coconut Oil can be used for anything?
Pretty much, but keep it away from satin sheets and condoms.
04/02/2010
Passionate Pastor Passionate Pastor
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Originally posted by Alan & Michele
Pretty much, but keep it away from satin sheets and condoms.
And open flames. It is after all an oil so it would be bad to lather up and get too close to a candle. POOF!!!
04/02/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
I wouldn't use it on contacts...
04/02/2010
Tuesday Tuesday
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Originally posted by Alan & Michele
Pretty much, but keep it away from satin sheets and condoms.
Does it leave a stain on regular sheets?
04/03/2010
Passionate Pastor Passionate Pastor
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Originally posted by Tuesday
Does it leave a stain on regular sheets?
We have usually used a towel underneath but the few times it escaped onto the sheets we did not notice any stains after washing.
04/04/2010
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
I've found it washes right out of sheets and clothes, similar to any oil, if you use a decent detergent (I only use Tide) and hot water.

I buy the Sensuous Beauty Love Balm which is coconut oil based and it's freaking fabulous as a lube. And omg wonderful in the bath. And it smells good.

You can get plain organic coconut oil at the grocery or health food store, though, for quite a bit cheaper -- like $12 for 16 oz. I do that, too, and often add a bit of vanilla bean to it to give it a nice scent.

Coconut oil is one of the nicest, most useful oils out there. It's so light, soaks in well and doesn't leave you the least bit greasy.

Wonderful, wonderful stuff!
04/05/2010
Gary Gary
6 Healthy Uses for Coconut Oil.
04/06/2010
Brian Brian
We use coconut oil almost exclusively. It's talked about a lot over at the marriagebed.com forums and that's where I found out about it. My wife was a little leery of it at first but now loves it.
07/20/2010
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
I've still never tried oil for sex and have never even tried an oil lubricant.
07/20/2010
HevansS HevansS
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Originally posted by Carrie Ann
I've found it washes right out of sheets and clothes, similar to any oil, if you use a decent detergent (I only use Tide) and hot water.

I buy the Sensuous Beauty Love Balm which is coconut oil based and it's freaking fabulous as a ...
Is it in any way sticky?
I hate sticky.
07/21/2010
Brian Brian
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Originally posted by ~LaUr3n~
I've still never tried oil for sex and have never even tried an oil lubricant.
If you're using condoms then obviously it won't work for those but overall I really like it. It's stinkin cheap too. We got some from amazon for like 12 bucks for two 20 oz containers. We had some stuff from Walmart that we'd been using up until this past week that had no smell at all but the new stuff which is organic actually smells like coconuts which my wife really likes. She actually liked eating it too lol
07/21/2010
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
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Originally posted by HevansS
Is it in any way sticky?
I hate sticky.
Coconut is actually one of the drier oils.

I read somewhere that, when making soap, one should use coconut oil for oily skin, olive oil for dry skin, because coconut oil can actually be a little drying for already dry skin.

So, no, in my experience, it's not sticky at all. Just smooth and lightly oily.
07/21/2010
CleverKitty CleverKitty
Can it be used with toys other than metal or glass?
09/28/2010
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
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Can it be used with toys other than metal or glass?
Yes. Silicone, wood and plastic.
09/28/2010
Mr. E Mr. E
Coconut oil?
Yes, we use it. It's good stuff!
09/28/2010
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