Moringa Oil vs. CBD Oil: Which is best?

The use of oil in skin and hair care has been on for ages. From moringa oil, to hempseed oil to papaya oil and more, people have rubbed these oils ontheir skin hair, used it to make lotions and moisturizers to achievehealthy skin and hair.

Not all oils arecreated equal, and this does not mean some are good and some are bad. This simply means while there are so many oils, they’re all used for different skin and hair care. Among these oils are two very popular oils- moringa oil and CBD oil, which we are going to compare.

This guide will talk about these oils, their uses and how they are used.

What is CBD oil?

Cannabidiol is avery popular natural remedy that is used to treat different kinds of common ailments.

Mostly called CBD, it is among the 104 chemical compounds known as cannabinoidspresent in the cannabis or marijuana plant, Cannabissativa. Unlike Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) which is themain psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis that causes thesensation of getting “high” usually associated with marijuana, CBD is not psychoactive. 

CBD Oil for Skin and Hair

CBD Oil is loaded with all 21 known amino acids, essential fatty acidssuch as Omegas 3, 6 and 9, antioxidant-rich and vitamins, including A, B, C, D, and E, which are essential for the skin and hair.

For the skin

CBD oil is a great non-greasy moisturizer. The skin absorbs this oileasily and it does not clog the pores, so you don’t need to worry about breaking out. Some scientific research shows that CBD oil can help treat various skindisorders from Acne and psoriasis to eczema and melanoma. The oil can be applied to the affected part and it will be instantly absorbed bycannabinoid receptors.  CBD oil is also an antibiotic and may help in fighting infection and aid faster wound healing when applied topically due to its antibiotic properties. 

For the hair

CBD oil offers numerous benefits to the hair. It is high in B vitamins, which aid skin and hair re-growth. When rubbed into scalp or directlyon hair, CBD oil supplies many important nutrient to the hair andmakes it shinier and softer and also helps to prevent dryness, hairloss, and broken or split ends. 

CBD oil for the health

CBD oil may be able to treat and manage different disorders because ofits analgesic, antioxidant, antipsychotic, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and muscle relaxing effects.

What is moringa oil?

Moringa oil is derived from the seeds of Moringa Oleifera Tree. They are loaded with phytonutrients and can make a great impact skin, hair andoverall health. Moringa oil is really popular in beauty and skin careindustry.

Moringa oil for skin

Moringa oil contains nutrients that keep the skin healthy. It heals cuts andwounds, acne, eczema and moisturizes the skin. It also serves as anti-aging oil, skin brightening oil, and it gives theskin natural glow. You can rub moringa oil on the skin directly or mix it with other oils like turmeric oil, CBD oil, and coconut oil.

Moringa Oil for the hair

If you want long, strong, and healthy hair or you Wang to get rid of spilt ends, itchy scalp, and dandruff, rub moringa oil directly onyour scalp and hair or mix it with neem oil which is equally good forthe hair.

Moringa oil for the health

Moringa oil is loaded with vitamin C which strengthens immune system. Moringa oil also strengthens the bones, supplies energy, and cure insomnia.

Properties Moringa oil CBD Oil
Anti-sebum Yes Yes
Anti Microbial Yes Yes
Antioxidants Yes Yes
Anti-inflammatory Yes Yes
Chemopreventive No Yes
Essential proteins Yes Yes
Hepatoprotective Yes Yes
Minerals Yes Yes
Moisturizer Yes Yes
Vitamins Yes Yes
Wound healer Yes Yes

Both oils are good for the skin, hair, and health. Moringa oil and CBD oil will make a perfect combo for skin and hair treatment. However, always talk to your physician if you want to use any oil for Health purposes.


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