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Moringa Oil

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Miraculously medicinal oil

The moringa oleifera plant has been the topic of over one thousand research papers.1 Its rare combination of bioactive compounds 2 is the reason moringa oil is an important health-giving nutraceutical. Kaizer’s cold-pressed moringa oil can be used to supplement the treatment of people with liver disease, hypertension, heart disease, and a variety of inflammations. The taste of the bright yellow oil is reminiscent of sweet peanut oil. Applied topically, it can smooth skin and hair, heal acne, and diminish sunspots.

What makes moringa oil “miraculous”?

This edible oil is pressed from the seed of the most nutritious plant yet discovered.

  • Monounsaturated fatty acids, MUFAs: protects heart and skin
  • Sterols: absorbs bad cholesterol 3
  • Vitamin E: protects blood, brain, and skin

Liver healing and detox

Undiagnosed liver disease and damage is more common than is often appreciated. It can be caused by alcohol abuse, food additives, mouth fresheners, viruses, pollutants, adulterants, medications, and exposure to toxic substances.

A healthy liver is vital for a healthy body. The liver metabolises food, regulates blood clotting, and removes toxins from the body. When the liver is under attack day after day, moringa oil can provide protection. It can prevent liver damage, lower enzymes, and regenerate functional cells in the liver.4

Cancer fighter

The moringa plant has strong anticancer activity in breast and colorectal cancers. The oil of the seed is selectively cytotoxic, which means it can kill off certain cancer cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed.5 There is strong evidence that cold-pressed moringa oil can help to prevent the spread of breast and colorectal cancers.6

Fight and prevent common infections

Moringa oil is a powerful natural antimicrobial and antibiotic that is effective against many bacterial and fungal infections. Daily use can protect you from several seasonal diseases.

If you are experiencing antibiotic resistance, it is important to speak to your doctor about starting treatment with moringa oil.7

Moringa oil is anti-inflammatory and can soothe rashes, acne, and other skin irritations.8 It is also an effective treatment for dandruff and dry flaking of the scalp. The fungus that causes dandruff is cleansed away with the anti-microbial properties of the oil while the fatty acids deeply moisturise dry scalp.

Better sleep, deeper relaxation

Falling asleep faster, sleeping deeper, and waking up feeling refreshed, sadly is a dream for so many of us. Moringa oil can help you to get better sleep by causing muscles to relax. It also significantly elevates gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA), an important neurotransmitter involved in encouraging sleepiness and calming anxiety. Moringa oil quiets brain activity and provides a hypnotic effect for a good night’s sleep.9

Get back the glow in your skin and shine in your hair

Behenic oil is among the most prised skin and hair moisturisers found in nature. It is a key ingredient in many cosmetic products.10 Moringa oil is a significant source of behenic oil. For this reason, moringa oil is sometimes known as ben-oil.

Moringa oil enhances skin cell longevity when used orally and externally. Moringa oil locks in skin moisture by creating a barrier that keeps pollutants out. The high concentration of vitamin E in moringa oil stops the clock on ageing skin cell damage. Kaizer cold-pressed moringa oil is what you must try if reducing fine wrinkles and brightening dark spots is on your mind. It is non-comedogenic and won’t block pores. In fact, Moringa oil is a fantastic choice as a carrier oil for diluting essential oils used in aromatherapy and in face and body lotions.

Omega-3 in moringa oil traps in moisture to smooth the hair cuticle, protect the hair follicles, and help you grow smooth and lustrous hair.

A note of caution: Moringa oil is a potent medicinal supplement. Pregnant women and individuals who are on medications should consult with their doctor first before using moringa oil.

Moringa Oil use

Temperature: Supplement your health with ½ to 1 teaspoon daily.

Shelf life: Best used within 6 months of opening. Unopened, best kept for 24 months

Storage: Keep in a cool, dark place

The science behind moringa oil

1 Navnidhi Chhikara, Bioactive Compounds, Associated Health Benefits and Safety Considerations of Moringa Oleifera L.: an Updated Review, Nutrition & Food Science. 202, May.

2 Alessandro Leone, Alberto Spada, Alberto Battezzati, Alberto Schiraldi, Junior Aristil, and Simona Bertoli, Moringa Oleifera Seeds and Oil: Characteristics and Uses for Human Health, International Journal of Molecular Science. 2016, Dec.

3 Written by Rachel Reiff Ellis and medically reviewed by James Beckerman, MD, FACC, What to Know About Sterols and Stanols, WebMD,

4 Al-Said Mansour et al, Edible Oils for Liver Protection: Hepatoprotective Potentiality of Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil against Chemical-Induced Hepatitis in Rats, Journal of Food Science, 2012, July.

5 Elsayed Ahamed Elsayed, Mahmoud A Sharaf-Eldi, and Mohammad Wadaan, In Vitro Evaluation of Cytotoxic Activities of Essential Oil From Moringa Oleifera Seeds on HeLa, HepG2, MCF-7, CACO-2 and L929 Cell Lines. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2015.

6 Ahmed A Abd-Rabou, Khairy M A Zoheir, Mohamed S Kishta, Aziza B Shalby, and Mohamed Ezzo, Nano-Micelle of Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil Triggers Mitochondrial Cancer Cell Apoptosis, Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2016.

7 Wael Mohamed, Abu El-Wafa, and Walas Said Mohamed Abd El-All, Effect of Moringa oleifera Seed Oil on Antimicrobial Activity of some Antibiotics against some Pathogenic Gram-Negative Bacteria, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 2015, Jan.

8 Written by Corey Whelan, medically reviewed by Cynthia Cobb, DNP, APRN, WHNP-BC, FAANP, Moringa Oil Benefits and Uses, Healthline. 2019, Dec.

9 Wei-Liang Liu, Bai-Fen Wu, Jian-Hua Shang, Yun-Li Zhao, Ai-Xiang Huang, Moringa oleifera Lam Seed Oil Augments Pentobarbital-Induced Sleeping Behaviors in Mice via GABAergic Systems, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 2020, Mar.

10 Emily Barth Isler, What Is Moringa Oil? Experts Break Down Its Benefits for Your Skin and Hair, Allure. 2019, March.



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