KAFFIR LIME FRUIT

We grow Kaffir Limes on our property at Chillingham. The rough green fruit grows on very thorny bushes with aromatic and distinctively shaped ‘double’ leaves. The fruit is distinguished by its bumpy exterior and its small size (approx. 4cm in diameter). It is also known as Thia, Makrut, Wild, or Asian Lime. The leaves and the rind are mainly used in cooking for their strong aromatic flavour. The juice and rind is regarded as ‘medicine citrus’ and is used in shampoos, conditioners, creams, astringents and cleaners. We have made our very own natural Kaffir Lime Product Range.

  • Kaffir Lime Fruit including the juice and peel have been traditionally used as a shampoo in Thailand to cleanse, soften and fluff the hair. In traditional Malay medicine it is used to treat dandruff, prevent hair loss and encourage healthy hair growth.
  • Kaffir Lime Face Wash leaves the skin feeling clean and soft.
  • Turmeric is another amazing herb that has been used for over 2 500 years for many health conditions. The TV Show 'Today Tonight' in Australia, has shown that Turmeric is a Super Food and should be ingested daily to maintain good health.
  • Our Kaffir Lime Facial Cream is rich in vitamin C and Essential Oils that refresh and invigorate the skin. Kaffir Limes are known to be anti-bacterial. This helps to control pimple outbreaks.
  • Kaffir Lime Fruit including the juice and peel have been traditionally used as a shampoo in Thailand to cleanse, soften and fluff the hair. In traditional Malay medicine it is used to treat dandruff, prevent hair loss and encourage healthy hair growth.
  • KAFFIR LIME Kaffir Lime Fruit including the juice and peel have been traditionally used as a shampoo in Thailand to cleanse, soften and fluff the hair. In traditional Malay medicine it is used to treat dandruff, prevent hair loss and encourage healthy hair growth.