Maracuja is the Portuguese name for the passion fruit. The oil extracted from the black seeds has many benefits. Lately, This oil is gaining popularity for its use in hair, skin and nails.


With high levels of vitamin C, bio flavonoids and other antioxidants, this oil packs a serious punch for anyone experiencing oxidative stress in their tissues. These antioxidants are able to eliminate free radicals and lower your chance of excess inflammation throughout the body.


This oil is a soothing agent for the nervous system. This goes beyond simple stress reduction, but can also impact nervous disorders, such as muscle spasms and epilepsy in addition to enhance your mood and allowing your body to relax.


When applied to sunburned area, maracuja oil can suck out the heat of sunburn by eliminating inflammation and stimulating healing. The antioxidants present in this oil can further prevent oxidative stress and cellular mutation associated with sunburns.


This oil allow it to eliminate symptoms of stress and anxiety, which can cause an unhealthy buildup of stress hormones in the body. Stress can significantly impact your personal and professional life, while also causing fatigue, and mental exhaustion. Applying a few drops on the neck or chest, or using this oil as an aromatherapy ingredient can help with your chronic stress levels.


Aside from sunburns, this oil offers anti-inflammatory benefits for conditions like eczema, psoriasis and acne. It has both antibacterial and antioxidant compounds, which can help to improve the appearance of the skin, minimize wrinkles and age spots and even increase the elasticity of the skin. Put 2 drops in your moisturizer before applying to your face!


This oil is able to reduce cramping by relaxing the muscles, as well as minimizing mood swings by helping to balance hormone levels. It can also lower levels of anxiety or depression that occasionally accompany menstruation.


In the past, small amounts of this oil were consumed in the form of an infusion and even added to certain meals. While this oil is typically not recommended for consumption, careful use of this oil can lower cholesterol levels and blood pressure, which can be an extra benefit for your cardiovascular health.


Maracuja oil is also useful for topical pain, as well as the pain associated with injury or surgery. Drinking a tea brewed with a few drops of this oil has been traditionally used for aches throughout the body. Again, only small amounts are necessary.


This oil can aid vision health through its antioxidant effects. As you age, cataracts can be difficult to avoid, but the antioxidants in this oil can seek out those free radicals and keep your vision strong as you age!


Maracuja oil can be a powerful sleep aid and is often used for that purpose. It can eliminate symptoms of insomnia and restlessness, allowing you to have an uninterrupted night sleep and a refreshed feeling in the morning.