Have you ever thought of the journey to cultivate and produce coconuts? Are you aware of coconut health benefits and how can it be useful to your body? Well, we must say that every coconut needs 10 to 12 months to get ready for harvesting. But that's not all the story. A coconut has many applications and that’s why it requires a proper schedule for harvesting and optimal use. First, to make it clear, coconut water is different from coconut milk. This difference is not just in taste, but also in combination of ingredients; the coconut milk is made from adding water to the minced meat of the coconut and contains 50% water and lots of coconut oil. When we say coconut water, we mean a liquid naturally produced in the fruit itself, which contains 94% water and a low amount of fat or oil which has a very pleasant flavor. To make coconut juice, we need younger products, fruits that are only 6 or 7 months of age; like young soldiers with many tasks who are ready to serve your body. They are ready to deliver vitamin C, fiber and other mineral substances to your body. Coconut water is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, which can protect you against sunlight. Coconut water is an effective moisturizer for dry scalp treatment. In addition, this magical extract acts as an antifungal in nature and thus can help treat dandruff. It should not be forgotten that coconut water is rich in iron and vitamin K. Vitamin K, whose main task is to strengthen hair growth. The iron in coconut water also boosts hair growth by helping to oxygenate the hair roots after drinking. Even massaging head with coconut water can be very rewarding. If you are the kind of people who quickly calculate and count calories for each meal, let’s say coconut water has 46 calories per serving and is rich in carbohydrate, fiber, protein, vitamin C, magnesium, manganese, potassium and sodium. All these were told to get to the main story and to say that this seemingly rough fruit has a delicate and dreamy spirit. Perhaps if alchemists were familiar with its benefits, it would have been used as the magic youth potion. Its first and foremost effect is anti-aging. One of the main minerals of coconut is lauric acid, a substance that prevents skin infections. In addition, the presence of cytokine proteins in coconut water is beneficial for cell growth and functionality. The combination of these two substances alone can relieve the acne-induced inflammatory effects and thus prevent burnout and aging of the skin. The magical benefit that is provided to you with both external consumption (skin creams) and drinking.