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  • Castor Oil

Castor Oil

$2.50
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0.45 LBS
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Product Description

Botanical Name:

Ricinus Communis

Indications:

Uterine fibroids, non-malignant ovarian cysts, headaches, liver disorders, abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, intestinal disorders, gallbladder inflammation or stones, night time urinary frequency, and inflamed joints.suspected appendicitis, fecal impaction, GI obstruction, menstruation..

Constituents:

Fatty Acids: Oleic, Palmitic,Linoleic, Linolenic, Ricinoleic..

Qualities:

1. Skin health. Castor oil is absorbed readily into skin and hair, providing nourishment and moisturizing effects, it moisturizes and prevents split ends. It has been used for years as a face cream to reduce the risk of dark under-eye circles and to aid in the prevention and treatment of wrinkles.

 

2. Antimicrobial. Ricinoleic acid contains antimicrobial properties, which, when applied to open wounds, can act as a disinfectant. It is effective for treating fungal skin infections, such as ringworm, as well as minor cuts and scratches. An added bonus to using castor oil as a first aid treatment are its anti-itch and pain-relieving properties, which help ease symptoms as minor skin infections heal.

 

3. Decreasing stagnation. Because of its low molecular weight, when applied to the skin, castor oil has the ability to not only penetrate the skin, but to reach the deeper organs of the body. Castor oil has the ability to warm the body, which can decrease the stagnation of excess bodily fluids and lymph. This stagnation can cause blockages in the body's tissues, leading to water retention and weight gain. It is common to apply a mixture of castor oil and powdered turmeric to masses and lumps found under the skin in order to dissolve them. It is an excellent oil to use in full-body self-massage for people whose bodies typically accumulate fluids....

 

 

Usage Notes

Method of Use:

Used both internally and externally.

Cautions:

CONTRAINDICATIONS:

Castor oil packs should be used with caution during pregnancy (consult your physician), or if you have bleeding disorders or active ulcers. Individuals with chemical sensitivity disorders may have an increase in symptoms after using the castor oil pack, especially at the beginning of treatment, as it aids (and stimulates) the process of elimination and detoxification, if rectal bleeding.

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