Grown in nutrient-rich volcanic soil found in Southeast Asia, the Pili tree has been wild harvested for centuries. Pili nuts need nothing more than rainwater to sprout and grow, making them naturally sustainable. Wild Pili trees actually prevent soil erosion and restore the land disrupted by nearby volcanic activity as well as encourage the process of natural pollination without the use of chemicals.
Pili nuts are the lowest carb nut on the planet and are rich in magnesium and Vitamin E as well as nourishing plant fats (especially monounsaturated fats (MUFAs) known to support heart health and brain function). They are also a complete protein, containing all eight essential amino acids. Learn more here.