Castor Oil treats skin infections, Remove Warts, cures acne, Castor Oil cures vaginal infections and urinary tract infections, shrinks hemorrhoids, relieves aching feet, drains and heals pilonidal cysts, ringworm, sunburn, yeast infections, hair nourishment, hair structure thickens and hair growth boosts, positive influence on the scalp skin, prevent hair loss, treats Wrinkle.
- 237 mL.
- Application: Cleanse the skin with mild and water. Apply as required, twice a day. As a Castor Oil Pack for concentrated application, saturate wool fannel and apply over desired area. Dry heat may be applied.
For external use only. Do not ingest.
Castor Oil Oil
Castor oil is a unique vegetable oil that provides a wide range of health and beauty benefits. Castor oil benefits the appearance, fights infection and can even be used to treat serious medical problems such as Parkinson’s disease and cerebral palsy.
How Castor Oil Benefits the Hair, Skin and Body
Castor oil is a rich oil derived from the Ricinus communis, or castor bean. In the Netherlands, locals commonly refer to castor oil as the “wonder oil” because of its many uses. Castor oil can be applied directly to the skin or consumed in very small amounts. The benefits of castor oil are thought to be due to the oil’s unique chemical composition. Castor oil’s main ingredient is ricinoleic acid, which is credited with the oil’s many health and beauty benefits. Castor oil also contains significant amounts of linoleic and oleic acid as well as very small amounts of other fatty acids.
Ricinoleic acid is a fatty acid that possesses anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and analgesic, or pain relieving, properties. This acid, as well as both linoleic and oleic acid, are extremely moisturizing. Together they fight a range of health problems while moisturizing and softening the skin. These benefits are what make castor oil such a popular cosmetic treatment and natural medicine.
Castor Oil as a Natural Treatment for the Skin and Hair
Castor oil benefits the skin by moisturizing the cells. It is such an effective moisturizer and emollient that castor oil is commonly used as an anti-wrinkle treatment. When applied regularly, castor oil will increase skin elasticity, make the skin appear more supple and diminish the appearance of wrinkles. Many people have also found castor oil effective in lightening age spots and getting rid of stretch marks.
In addition to reducing the appearance of wrinkles, castor oil can also be used to treat acne and boils. Ricinoleic acid, the main ingredient in castor oil, has antiseptic abilities. When applied to acne, castor oil eliminates bacteria from the surface of the skin and penetrates to kill even deeper bacteria. Unlike many other acne treatments, castor oil will not dry out the skin. Instead, castor oil benefits the skin by calming inflammation and leaving the skin hydrated.
Castor oil can also be used to improve the quality of the hair. Many people add castor oil to their conditioner or use the oil as a leave-in moisturizing treatment. Applying castor oil to the hair will lock in moisture, soften the strands, add shine and protect against heat and other damage. Many people also find that, when rubbed into the scalp, castor oil actually makes the hair grow faster. Some people even apply castor oil to their eyelashes to increase their volume and length. The many cosmetic benefits of castor oil make this oil an inexpensive, widely available and extremely healthy beauty treatment.
Using Castor Oil to Fight Infection
However, while castor oil is a popular beauty product, castor oil benefits much more than just the appearance. When applied topically, castor oil acts as an antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial. Its potent antifungal properties have made it a popular treatment for ringworm, which is notoriously difficult to treat. Because it also works as an antifungal, many people rid themselves of warts by regularly applying castor oil to their skin. Castor oil offers such a wide range of benefits that it used to treat everything from stys to sunburn to skin abrasions.
Fighting Disease and Boosting the Immune System with Castor Oil Packs
The benefits of castor oil can also be used to treat more serious health problems. For thousands of years, healers have applied castor oil packs to treat painful or unhealthy areas of the body. To make a castor oil pack, simply dip a clean cloth in castor oil, cover with plastic and heat the area with a hot water bottle or heating pad. This reduces inflammation, relieves pain and boosts immune system function. In fact, studies have shown that using castor oil packs can improve thymus gland function and increase the production of lymphocytes. Lymphocytes are white blood cells that help the body fight disease.
Today, castor oil packs are used to treat a wide range of health problems. They are commonly used to treat arthritis pain, headaches, sore muscles, bursitis and nerve problems. Castor oil packs can be placed on the abdomen to treat constipation, menstrual pain, ovarian cysts, scleroderma, epilepsy, neuritis, colitis or digestive issues. Some physicians and natural healers also find that the use of castor oil benefits people who suffer from multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and cerebral palsy. These packs not only relieve painful symptoms, but they also boost the immune system and strengthen the body.
Castor Oil as an Internal Medicine
While castor oil is usually used externally, some people maximize the benefits of castor oil by also taking it internally. It is, however, important to understand that the castor bean is toxic. Therefore, anyone who intends to ingest castor oil should not do so without first consulting his or her physician.
After determining that castor oil is safe to consume, users can either drink a small amount of pure castor oil or make a tonic by boiling milk and castor seed kernels. Some people find that drinking castor oil, instead of applying a topical pack, is a more effective way to reduce arthritis and joint pain. Drinking castor oil also stimulates the gall bladder into to emptying bile into the stomach and cleanses the intestines. Another interesting fact about ingesting castor oil is that it can induce labor in pregnant women. While this may not be one of the most common uses of castor oil, it is certainly one worth noting.
The benefits of castor oil are undeniably far-reaching. This oil can improve the appearance of the hair and skin, fight infection and even relieve the symptoms of painful chronic health problems. While modern medicine is constantly offering innovative new treatments, some of the best medicine still comes straight from the earth.
Do not to broken or irritated skin or areas affected by rashes. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if skin sensitvity occurs. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use on children or animals.
For external use only. Do not ingest.
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