Joy coconut oil is fine in the interim and in a pinch, but most sources are not really raw, but are exposed to very high temps for drying and or processing and or transport. There may be some really raw sources out there, but I am not familiar with them. The problem comes because in order for it to be profitable they have to produce it on a large scale and so it must be dried fast before the meat spoils after extraction. To dry fast usually means very high heat, and most coconut oil producers will say so when pressed or will volunteer the info on their websites.
I used Nutiva's for a long time in raw egg, milk smoothies, but found it is not raw either. Not really anyway, maybe raw by their standards but not by a 105F or less standard.