Our rich and exotic Brazil nuts will amaze you with their power-packed nutrients. The Brazil nut is the most potent known food source of Selenium, an immensely beneficial mineral found in the soil. Eating only one to two Brazil nuts per day can provide all of the selenium one needs!
Brazil nuts grow in the rain forests of Amazonia and are gathered by native peoples there. The Brazil nut tree is enormous, reaching a height of 100 to 150 feet or more and can live a long life of 500 to 800 years! The trees grow very slowly, taking as long as 10 to 30 years before producing nuts. All Brazil nuts are wildcrafted as the tree can not be domesticated.
We have recreated our Brazil Nut Butter to enhance the distinct flavor of the Brazil nut. Starting with our alive, organic and wildcrafted Brazil nuts, we have added sesame seeds, our unique sesame oil, Brazilian honey and a dash of Royal Himalayan Pink Crystal Salt.
We invite you then to experience the taste of the primordial with Living Tree Alive Brazil Nut Butter.
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