Giveaway – One Gallon Bucket of Gold Label Coconut Oil AND A Copy Of My Ebook (04/09: US)

Last month I was thrilled to bring you a giveaway from Tropical Traditions.  They generously offered one reader a 32 ounce jar of their Gold Label Coconut Oil.  80 of you entered.  One of you won.  79 of you were pretty sad.

Guess what?  Tropical Traditions, being the stellar company that they are, is offering one of you the chance to win…wait for it… a ONE GALLON BUCKET OF GOLD LABEL COCONUT OIL!  That is worth over $100.  Yes, I am shouting from the rooftops about this.  You have no idea what a great opportunity this is.  Wait – yes you do.

I have already raved about Tropical Traditions.  You know that they are my go-to coconut oil source.  You know that I live and breathe by coconut oil and you know that I pretty much sleep with my bucket of Tropical Traditions coconut oil under my pillow at night. 

In case you forgot, here are a few reasons why I am such a fan of Tropical Tradition’s products: 

  • They offer one of the highest quality coconut oils available. 
  • They have a strong commitment to family farming and organic standards. 
  • They stand firmly against genetically modified foods. 
  • They research and find out where the products are produced, and how they are produced.  If they do not meet their standards then Tropical Traditions will work with the producers to enhance the quality of their product. 
  • They adhere to fair trade practices. 
  • Their customer service is fantastic!  
  • The founder of the company is ridiculously nice, extremely devoted to his company and customers, and goes out of his way to make personal contact. 
  • They carry all kinds of other wonderful products.  You can find me purchasing olive oil, organic raw honey, coconut hair oil, toothpaste, and more. 
  • You can order Tropical Traditions in Canada and in Europe!

Today I would like to share a little bit more about Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil.  This information can be found on their Gold Label Coconut Oil Page but I feel that it is important share here as well.

Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is a truly unrefined coconut oil.  This coconut oil is made on Mt. Banahaw and surrounding areas from organic coconuts.  Coconuts are used fresh (within 24-48 hours of harvest) from small family farms on Mt. Banahaw and other rural places in Quezon Province, the coconut capital of the Philippines.  Only the highest quality coconuts are hand-picked from each harvest.  The volcanic soil of Mt. Banahaw makes these organic coconuts some of the most nutritionally rich coconuts in the world!  Testing done in independent laboratories on coconut oil antioxidants reveals higher levels of phenolic antioxidants than other coconut oils.  The fresh coconut meat is shredded (wet milled), and then cold-pressed using the water from inside the coconuts to make coconut milk.  The milk is then allowed to sit for about half a day, while the oil naturally separates from the heavier water. The oil is then filtered from the curds (coconut solids).  No chemical or high-heat treatment is used, and this oil contains no trans fatty acids. 

Tropical Traditions DOES NOT mass produce this oil.  It is made by families who are coconut farmers using old-fashioned traditional methods that have been used in the Philippines for hundreds of years.  Their coconut trees and family producers are certified organic according to strict USDA standards. The families who produce the oil are also trained according to GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards and re-certified each year.  This high-grade Virgin Coconut Oil has a long shelf life due to the high antioxidant properties.

Want to learn more?  I think that it is very important for anyone interested in coconut oil to watch this short video: “How We Discovered Virgin Coconut Oil – An Interview with Brian Shilhavy, CEO Tropical Traditions”.  It will really help you understand more about this amazing product.

Ok, ok – onto this amazing giveaway! Tropical Traditions is generously giving away a 1 gallon bucket of their Gold Label Coconut Oil! 

All you have to do to enter is to visit the Tropical Traditions Website and tell me what other products might interest you.  After that, check out my Coconut Health page and let me know what topic(s) YOU would like me to write more about that I have not already tackled. Then, leave a comment on this post (be sure to include your email if it is not linked to your profile)! 

But wait! There are MORE ways to win! AND – I am going to sweeten the pot a little!  I am throwing in a copy of my new Ebook chalk full of personal care recipes using Coconut Oil! 

Extra Entries are SUPER EASY.  Leave a second comment with the numbers of the corresponding entries.  So if you did them all you would simply say “I did #s 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 9. Easy, easy peasy!  I will do the heavy lifting at the end of the giveaway. 

Here are all the extra entry options.  If you are already doing these, cool. If not, have at it!

  1. Subscribe to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter (where you will stay up to date on sales like free shipping!)
  2. Like Tropical Traditions on Facebook
  3. Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter
  4. Subscribe to Hybrid Rasta Mama via RSS and/or email
  5. Like Hybrid Rasta Mama on Facebook
  6. Follow Hybrid Rasta Mama on Twitter
  7. Follow Hybrid Rasta Mama on Pinterest
  8. Follow Hybrid Rasta Mama on Networked Blogs
  9. Let me know what product you are most interested in learning to make from my Ebook! 

This giveaway opens today, April 4, 2012 and closes April 9, 2012 at 11:59pm PST.  Winner will be selected via  I will email you and you will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is selected.

Good Luck! 

If you order by clicking on any of my links and have never ordered from Tropical Traditions in the past, you will receive a free book on Virgin Coconut Oil, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you.

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  1. Oh wow! What a great giveaway, and easy seeing as I was already following you everywhere and TT in some places, ha. What is there not to make or do with coconut oil? I learned much of it from you! Though I haven’t tackled hair conditioning and can’t wait to use it as insect repellent, we live in FL, mosquitoes! Love your blog!

  2. I did #1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9 and I already followed you on Facebook so #5. Love your blog,and love coconut oil! I can’t think of anything that you have not covered, lol. Maybe making toothpaste instead of just oil pulling? Though you’ve probably already mentioned that somewhere.

    -Angela angela comer doula on FB

  3. Loren M. says:

    I did 1,2,4,5,7,8, and for #9…….I am just interested in knowing all you know about coconut oil, especially for the beauty part. :)

  4. Mary karl-Gruswitz says:

    AWESOME giveaway!!

    Okay, I did #1,2,4,5,6,9.

    I would love to learn more about their natural skincare products.

    on your coco blog, I’d like to hear more about using coconut to help heal children’s issues, scrapes, cuts, sicknesses, etc.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I did #1,2,5 & 7. And I am interested in Tropical Traditions’ Oral Care Products. <3

  6. I’d love to try the Organic Coconut Flour for baking :)

    danielleaknapp at gmail dot com

  7. I did #1 and #2 (Danielle Knapp)

    danielleaknapp at gmail dot com

  8. I’d like to know more about coconut oil and cholesterol

  9. I did 1,2,4,5. And would love to know more about the recipes dedicated to the face.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I’d love to see you write more on how to get the meat out of a coconut. I always have issues getting it out. I have a list ready to order from TT as soon as they have free shipping again-yeast, coconut flour and some other coconut products, and a long list of spices!
    I have already done 1,2,4,5, and 7. I don’t use twitter so I couldn’t do 3 and 6. For number 9-I’d love to learn to make the eczema cream. My son has a mild case and a family member’s son has an extreme case. I’ve already told her of the benefits of coconut oil but I’d like to also tell her about the cream once I’ve used it!

  11. Anonymous says:

    I’d like to have a book TT sells called “rebuild from depression” , or to try some of their grass fed beef, or something gluten free.

    I’d like to know more about coconut oil and how to use it for pre-conception, or how to lose weight.

    I do #1,4 and 9….and I am most interested in your 6 misc. recipes in your ebook.

    Lori G.

  12. Siobhan says:

    I’m interested in learning how to make toiletries from your book. Not only are we looking to greenify our lives, we’re looking to do it on a budget. I like that your ingredients are easily accessible and affordable.

  13. Kayla Nicholson says:

    I did 1,2,4 & 5. I am most interested in learning about how to use coconut oil for childhood illnesses and I would like to try some beauty products. THANKS! HOPE I WIN!

  14. Laura Pepol says:

    I love the coconut oil, so please enter me & my family. Please note, I was happy to do 1-5.
    I have been researching and learning how to make lotions; etc., especially tooth paste….realizing that floride is very bad! We must green our lives, and I appreciate ingredients are affordable and accessible. I had luck with oil pulling, and love the feel of coconut on my skin and the healing effects in my body.
    Thanks for sharing your blog.

  15. Great giveaway! Looking at the TT website, I am most fascinated by the book selection – I’m always looking for more books to help me understand how to have a healthier lifestyle – and why it’s healthier.

  16. I do/did or have previously done: 1, 2, 4 (reader), 5, 7, and 9 goes as follows: I am really interested in making my own deodorant right now, and I’m almost to the point where I want to make my own shampoo.

  17. I’m new to TT and would love to dive into some of their books, especially “Dangers of Medicine” ones.

    I’m still catching up on all of your wonderful posts in the Coconut Health series, and so far you’ve covered everything I’ve needed (coconut oil for sore BF mamas, thank you!) and I can’t wait to try more fab things (personal care products and digestive uses).

  18. I completed #s: 1,3,4,6,7,8.

    And for #9… I want to know more about coconut oil and toothpaste and insect repellent. Just moved to NC and I hear it’s going to be buggy this season!

  19. Marissa W says:

    I actually have been wanting to try the GOld label coconut oil to compare to the organic unrefined. I’m curious about the coconut cream as well. YUM!

    I’d be interested in learning how to make different skin care products and household items – and doing it for minimal cost. I’m moving into a small cabin and don’t have a lot of tools yet I would love to go as sustainable and simple as possible.

  20. Marissa W says:

    I did #s 1, 2, 5, and I want to make a good hair treatment!

  21. I am interested in the pet products. I use coconut oil (topically and orally) for my dogs who have allergies and severe dry skin. It works wonders!

    I am looking forward to your posts about coconut oil & cancer and coconut oil & candida.

    I’m very interested in the ebook recipes for body care products and the PMS blend!

  22. Also I do/did # 2, 4 (google reader counts right?), 5, 7,8 9

  23. I would be interested in the family grain mill from Tropical Traditions. And I’d love posts on Coconut Oil benefits for children. :)

  24. I did #s 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 9. I am interested in the insect repellent.

  25. I can not think of a single product at Tropical Traditions that I would NOT want. I just wasted a lot of time on that website and everything looks amazing. (Okay, not “wasted”, but I certainly spent more time on there than I had planned to.)

    As for topics you could write more about: you have done so much blogging about coconut oil, I already find myself thinking “I never would have thought of that!” all the time. I can’t really think about more that I would cover, except maybe an in-depth post about dread-maintenance with coconut oil (which may be hard to write if you don’t have dreads). I could write a novel about it (if you ever need a guest post on maintaining dreads with coconut oil… hint, hint). :)

    I can’t do any additional entries because I have already done them all before. Blurgh.

  26. Oh, and already did #4 #5.

  27. I would love to try the Omega 8003 juicer. There are many other products that I’d be interested in, but that one’s the winner, in my book.
    I am really excited to see your post on coconut oil and thyroid issues. I would love to see one on the benefits for breastfeeding mothers.
    Helena Sorus
    Bigallfish (at) gmail (dot) com

  28. I did #s 1,2 & 5

  29. I have always loved the smell of coconut, but never knew about all the benefits. I’m going to order the two pints, just in case I don’t. If I do I can share with a friend, love sharing. Seeing as how I am following you all over the place, all that was left was to do numbers 1, 2, and 3. I love all the books they have and would like to get the one entitled “Know Your Fats.”

  30. THIS IS WHAT I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR! I’ve been dying to get on the coconut oil bandwagon. I did go to their site and would love to try the skin exfoliator too!

  31. Also did woo hoo.

    So just ask, and I’ll send you mailing address. …b/c I’m gonna win!
    You’ll pick me?
    My skin is begging you!

  32. Did all the Pinterest, Twitter and FB 😀


    love this blog!!!!!

  33. I am interested in how coconut oil can help with cholesterol and diabetes. Thanks for the great giveaway. I already do #1 and I am going to a girls party where we are going to make several of your recipes and share them. Can’t wait

  34. Kim Smith says:

    I am interested in and am going to order some of the Tropical Traditions toothpaste, especially the mint flavored one. I have been just using plain baking soda and water, Doesn’t taste very good.

    I would like if you got more into the benefits and uses of coconut oil and breastfeeding as I am a nursing mama.

    I did 1,2,3 was already doing 4,5,6,7,8
    and for nine I am very intrigued by the “love potion” in your ebook.

  35. Another product I would love is Grass-fed Bison Pet Treats
    Tropical Traditions Reward-size Raw Meat Treats

  36. OK this is kind of hard to say, but I had a hystermoty about 10 years ago and I was taking hormone replacements, but then my doctor retired and the new doctor immediately took me off the hormone replacement. My problem after that was dryness, I read that coconut oil would help in that area, I have used it every day since that.

  37. I entered #’s 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,

  38. I entered # 4 today and have been following # 1, 2, 5 &7 for awhile now. Your blog got me started on coconut oil and I have been using Tropical Traditions since then also. I love what the coconut oil has done for me and my family. I tell everyone about it. Thank you so much for the research and time you have done.

  39. Carrie @ young living oil lady says:

    Hey Jennifer! How exciting!! Wow, what an awesome giveaway! One winner will be hugely blessed! I did/have already done in the past #1-8. I have not bought your ebook yet, but what I am very interested in learning more about is how coconut oil is good for your skin/skin conditions: acne, eczema, psoriasis. I hope I win, hee hee!
    Thanks for all that you do and who you are!

  40. Carrie @ young living oil lady says:

    I forgot to mention what caught my eye on TT website was their organic chickens. I would be interested in trying them. Books are always great, so the more the merrier- can never have enough books and learning tools! I suppose you sharing about how coconut oil is good for the skin and clears up skin conditions is what I would love for you to write about. Thanks so much for having hte give away!

  41. Anonymous says:

    I just plain LOVE Tropical Traditions products and am anxious to try some new ones!!! I would be interested in some of the beef and chicken products. I have been using the coconut oils for quite sometime and they are fantastic! They are so versatile and can be used in so many ways. Am anxious to try the coconut flour, as well. The recipes are super and soooooo healthy for you. I am “liking you” on Facebook and have a friend that is interested in your products, too. Have a super day and keep those products going along with the recipes!!

  42. Coconut Oil is a new found love of mine! Since I started using it, I feel so much better, my appetite is under control, and I’ve lost a lot of weight! You could maybe talk about the benefits of CO as a method of portion control seeing as how it gives you a satiated feeling much sooner than a meal laden with carbs and icky stuff like margarine. I have #1,2,3 & 5 done. I would love to try the TT teeth cleaner. I hate SLS especially in tooth paste. I make my own soaps and they are SLS free. My skin has never been happier. Tooth paste is my big pet peeve since SLS is in almost all of them! Pick me pick me!! :)

  43. Cristal J says:

    On the Tropical Traditions Website, the oral care interests me the most as this is one area I have not found an alternative to that I am happy with yet. and tell me what other products might interest you. On Coconut Health page, would love to hear more about the link with cancer prevention. I did 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8&9. Thanks for the information and opportunities!!

  44. i did 1 thru 9…interested in every thing about useing coconut oil in general mainley in helping my health and skin.

  45. Mariana says:


  46. I’d love to hear about Coconut Peanut Butter and also Coconut flour for baking. Thank you!

    Btw… this is my first time checking out your blog and fb page… GOOD STUFF!!!

  47. I’d like to try the coconut peanut butter from TT.

    I’m looking forward to you writing about coconut oil and dementias.

    kristen_yeh at yahoo dot com

  48. I did #1, 2 and 9.

    I’m interested in learning to make lip balm.

    kristen_yeh at yahoo dot com

  49. HI,

    We looooove coconut oil here, so I couldn’t not enter :)
    I did #s 1,2,4,& 7.

    Thank you,

    Grace K.

  50. Dorothy says:

    I did 1,2,4,5, 7, 8, 9.

    I would like to try the Coconut Peanut Butter on Tropical Traditions.

    And I would love to learn more about Coconut Water and it’s uses from you.

    Thanks …..

  51. Dorotjavascript:void(0)hy says:

    Oh, and I can’t wait to try the tooth products recipes from your E-Book. Cool!

    Thanks — Dorothy

  52. Heard about you from the Tropical Traditions Facebook page! So #2 is taken care of :)
    It is really hard to pick something else from the Tropical Traditions website, because I’m so very new, I want to pick ALL their products! I think the next product I’d be most interested in is one of the Natural Deodorants. For some reason, making my own deodorant seems quite daunting.

    On your blog I’d love to see more information about Coconut Oil for babies/toddlers. Or using coconut oil for your pets? You have so much great information already it’s hard to know what to ask for!

    khittenheart at yahoo dot com

  53. here’s my second comment :

    Heard about you from the Tropical Traditions Facebook page! So #2 is taken care of :)

    I did 2, 5, 7, and here’s 9 ….

    I’ve been doing no-poo for a few months, and would REALLY love to see your shampoo recipes! :)

    ~Miss Kitty

    khittenheart at yahoo dot com

  54. Wow!! I LOVE TT Coconut oil. This is very generous of them. I would LOVE to try their organic coconut flour and I want to try using it as goo gone!! I save glass jars, but the labels don’t always peel off very nicely.

  55. I did numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 9 {I’d like to see the PMS blend}.

  56. Anonymous says:

    A gallon of Tropical Traditions coconut oil?!? Awesome!

    I’d love to try Tropical Traditions insect repellant. I so need a non-toxic one that actually works!

    And I’d be really interested in knowing more about coconut oil and acne treatment. You’ve covered so many other topics – it’s fantastic!

    Laura –

  57. Anonymous says:

    I also did 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 for extra entries – yay!

    Laura –

  58. I am also interested in their palm shortening and their brown rice syrup.
    I am interested in the dementia post that you have scheduled since my dad suffers from this.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

  59. I did #1 and 9 (lip balm)
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

  60. Count me in! I am only on my second jar of coconut oil and I am SOLD!

    I am interested in tons of Tropical Traditions products, but what really caught my eye was the disinfectant cleaner, I will be looking more into that for sure!

    And from you I would love to read about coconut oil and candidiasis.

    I hope I win, but either way I love your blog!

  61. I love coconut oil! Another product from Tropical Traditions I’d be interested in is organic chocolate- can’t go wrong there!

    Another coconut oil topic I’m interested in is using it as sunscreen. I’ve heard about it, but haven’t heard the facts, and summer time is coming up!

  62. Extra entries- I do #3, 4, 5

  63. Already did #1 months ago when I first heard about TT!! And thanks for the link their FB page!

  64. Lori Davis says:

    I would like to try their dish liquid! I would love to see more about the health benefits of coconut oil for the elderly. bohohippiemom{at}gmail{dot}com

  65. Lori Davis says:

    I have already done #1,2,3,4,5,6. My Twitter name: bohohippiemom
    email: I subscribe to TT and your blog: ldavis345@gm***.com
    please notify me if I am selected as winner at: bohohippiemom{at}gmail{dot}com

  66. Certified Organic Canadian Raw Honey I like to try pbkup(at)gardener(dot)com

  67. I like to hear about colon health & organic foods

  68. 1 2 3 4 5 7 & #8 I did

  69. Anonymous says:

    Aloha, I’m interested in all of the products from TT’s but what I’m most interested in at the moment is their Virgin Palm & unrefined Sesame oil. Any info you can share on making cold process handmade soap using other oils besides coconut would be great. Mahalo nui loa for having this giveaway! Aloha nui!

  70. Anonymous says:

    Extra Entries for

  71. Anonymous says:

    Aloha, pardon me, forgot to include me email address in the 1st post talking about the Virgin Palm & unrefined Sesame oil. Aloha nui~Mapuana

  72. Mariana says:


  73. Anonymous says:

    I’d like to try their Goat Milk colostrum.

    Great info so far! I’d love to learn more about coconut oil and thyroid disease, as well as whether coconut oil can help with adrenal fatigue.

    niquemel (at) hotmail (dot) com

  74. Anonymous says:

    I also did # 1, 2, and 3.
    Thanks again!
    niquemel (at) hotmail (dot) com

  75. Mariana says:


  76. I would love to try their organic beef and pastured poultry, and their coconut oil for pets as well as their organic raw pet food. I’m interested in how coconut oil is beneficial in preventing – or even treating – cancer.

  77. Extra entries:

    1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9

    I’d like to learn to make the body scrub.

  78. I’m interested in Oral Health from Tropical Traditions. Your Coconut Health was so full of helpful hints I can’t imagine adding to it. I did 1,2,3,5,6,7, and 9. I think your ebook will be very interesting. Thank you for this opportunity!

  79. Christa Miller says:

    I would love to learn how to make lip balms, insect repellant and the love potion. I love all that you can do with coconut oil. I did #1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,and 9.
    Christa Miller

  80. Christa Miller says:

    I would also like to hear more about diabetes in regards to coconut oil.
    Christa Miller

  81. I would like to try Tropical Traditions deodorant and would love to hear all you have to tell about Ulcerative Colitis and Coconut Oil as our daughter suffers from it. I would love to learn more from your ebook about making eczema salve. I did #1,2,4,5,7,9. Thanks for offering this!!

  82. I love Tropical Traditions! Their coconut peanut butter sounds amazing, I haven’t tried that yet…

  83. I would love to see more info kombucha brewing, and especially how to make its cousin, jun…

  84. I would really like to learn more about coconut flour, maybe more recipes? 1,2,4,5,7,8,9

  85. I did numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8 and 9

  86. The love potion from your coconut health book sounds great 😉

  87. I want to find out more information on losing weight with coconut oil. I already put it in my green smoothies, and I can’t wait to find out more. I’ve done 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 9. Just in case my email isn’t linked, it’s

  88. Anonymous says:

    I am interested in their Natural Skincare Products!

    Lynda T

  89. Anonymous says:

    I’m interested in articles that deal with cooking with coconut oil!

    Lynda T

  90. Anonymous says:

    I want to learn how to make body care products from your E-Book!

    Lynda T

  91. Anonymous says:

    I did 1,2,3,5,6,7,& 9!!!

    Want to win this for my FIL!!

    Lynda T

  92. I did 1, 2, 5, 7. 8 =)

  93. Ahava & Amara Life Foundation says:

    This is an awesome giveaway! I liked Tropical Traditions teeth cleaning prducts as well as the all-purpose household cleaning products. I checked out your coconut health page and you seem to have it all covered. ;0)

  94. Ahava & Amara Life Foundation says:

    I did #’s 2,6,7,8 & 9. I already liked your fb page a long time ago. ;0)

  95. Hi there! How’d I miss this giveaway till almost too late?

    I’m glad you’re planning to write about coconut oil and Hashimoto’s – that’s a topic near and dear to me, sadly.

    As for what else interests me at the TT site – the awesome meats they always have on their page!

    Crunchy Progressive Parenting :-)

  96. And for my second entry, I’ve also done #5 and #8, AND for #9, I want to learn to make more personal care products for my family. :-)

    Crunchy Progressive Parenting

  97. I did #’s 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,and 9.

    I would try these first, but want to make everything!
    6 recipes for body care products like lotions and creams including a cellulite cream and an eczema salve!


  99. And the winner is….

    Rachel @ Lautaret Bohemiet said April 4, 2012 12:19 PM
    I can not think of a single product at Tropical Traditions that I would NOT want. I just wasted a lot of time on that website and everything looks amazing. (Okay, not “wasted”, but I certainly spent more time on there than I had planned to.)

    As for topics you could write more about: you have done so much blogging about coconut oil, I already find myself thinking “I never would have thought of that!” all the time. I can’t really think about more that I would cover, except maybe an in-depth post about dread-maintenance with coconut oil (which may be hard to write if you don’t have dreads). I could write a novel about it (if you ever need a guest post on maintaining dreads with coconut oil… hint, hint). :)

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