Moringa Oil Recipe

Below is a straightforward recipe for making Moringa oil at home:


1 cup Moringa seeds
1 cup carrier oil (such as olive oil, coconut oil, or almond oil).


Rinse the Moringa seeds extensively to remove any kind of dirt or particles.

Dry the seeds by spreading them out on a clean, dry towel and allowing them to air dry for a few hours.

When the seeds are dry, place them in a blender or food processor and pulse up until they are finely ground.

Warm the carrier oil in a pan over medium warmth up until it is warm.

Include the ground Moringa seeds to the oil and mix to integrate.

Lower the heat to low and simmer the mixture for about 45 mins, mixing sometimes.

Remove the saucepan from the heat and allow the oil to cool for a couple of minutes.

Strain the oil with a fine-mesh filter or cheesecloth to remove any staying little bits of Moringa seed.

Transfer the oil to a clean, closed container and store in a cool, dark area. Moringa oil will keep for several months when stored properly.

You can use Moringa oil in a range of ways, such as a facial oil, a hair therapy, or as a massage therapy oil. Simply make sure to spot test the oil on a little area of skin prior to utilizing it to make certain that you are not allergic or sensitive to it.