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Moringa oil comes from the seeds of moringa oleifera. This tree is also known as the drumstick tree and it has also been called the “miracle tree” because it is a rich source of many vitamins, minerals, and essential nutrients. The tree grows large pods that produce the seeds that the moringa oil is extracted from.

Moringa oil is highly nutritious and very beneficial for overall health. It is coined “nature’s multivitamin” by some natural supplement companies.

Therapeutic properties of moringa include:

  • Antioxidant

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Anti-aging

  • Anti-microbial

  • Disinfectant

  • Emollient

  • Exfolliant

  • Preservative

So “what can moringa oil do for the hair?”, you ask.

Moringa oil is high in the Omega-9 fatty acid which is helpful for skin and scalp issues like psoriasis and eczema. It absorbs into the skin very well and therefore does not clog the pores. It gets deep down into the scalp and helps to nourish the hair at the root, or follicle, which can help with hair loss and increase hair strength and integrity. It can be used as a daily moisturizer mixed with another carrier oil like jojoba to help soften the hair and increase manageability.

I believe moringa oil is especially useful for anyone who has chemically treated hair or who has used chemicals on their hair or scalp in the past because moringa can help repair weak, damaged hair. I can also help to restore moisture back to the scalp after it has been stripped of its natural oils due to harsh chemical treatments like relaxers and hair dyes.

Try adding moringa oil to your hair care regimen or shop for Krown Whip which contains this oil plus more ingredients that promote root & kurl health.

Sources:

oilhealthbenefits.com

moringa-o2.com

**Product statements are for informational purposes only and have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Our products are not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease or condition. No results are promised or guaranteed.

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