i want to make raw mango butter from the mango seeds of my 2 large mango trees for soap making. I throw away hundreds of seeds every year, so when i found out about mango butter, i was excited to try making my own home made mango butter for soaps, lotions, etc. I want to make the butter with my blender, the same way that i make my coconut milk, cream, and oil. I figured that making the mango butter is similar to making coconut cream(add water and coconut meat into a blender, then strain it into coconut milk, then let it separate and form a thick layer of cream at the top. I tried doing this whole process for the mango seeds, dehusking the seeds and then putting them in the blender with water, then straining it and waiting for it to separate. the result was half a layer of clear, brown liquid on top of half a layer of tan, starchy liquid. I did more research into making butters, but i coudnt find any information from anyone who actually maked the butter at home, except one person saying they use a "chandana Kal". I have no idea what that is or where to get it. I saw a video about making kokum butter, which they extract the oil and then churn it for 8 hours to help solidify it. I tried separating the clear layer and churning it for hours, but no results, just the same clear liquid. So i am not sure how to get the mango butter from the seed. I would love help with this because i hate to waste so many mango seeds every year and it would be a great benefit for my soaps and other products.