+Most noticeable is the scent, which I found to be pure.
+Some other coconut oils have a toasted smell, which may suggest that the heat became high during the extraction process.
+The taste is fine, though I personally enjoy the toasted taste more.
+Due to the pureness of the product, I would guess that it is most effective in delivering the healing properties of coconut.
In actual fact, today I climbed a coconut tree to harvest coconut water for the first time. When I came back to the ground, my arms and chest had many scrapes and bruises. I applied this coconut oil and by evening time my arms are feeling smooth again, and my chest has greatly improved.
Coconut oil can also be very effective for use as a sun protection, so if you would rather not smell like toasted coconut, it might be worth the price to buy this oil instead.
Without specific research, it can only be guessed that a lower extraction heat results in a more effective healing product.
Keeping more volatile oils and nutrients intact within the product may result in a more effective healing medium.
I suggest you to do your own research before hinging a decision on this alone.
The design of the pourer found under the cap allows one to pour the oil nearly drop by drop.