100% PURE & NATURAL CASTOR OIL unfiltered, undiluted without any additives or fillers. Rich in vitamins and fatty acids it is truly a wonder carrier oil. From skin care to hair care and way beyond this amazing oil has endless uses.
Castor oil is widely known to be an excellent natural remedy for constipation, but can also be used to benefit your hair, skin, and face. Scientists and doctors believe that the high concentrations of unsaturated fatty acids that are present in Castor oil are the reason for its incredible health benefits.
Below are some of the most common BENEFITS of using castor oil :
1. Natural Arthritis Remedy. Castor oil’s anti-inflammatory properties make it an excellent massage oil for arthritic joints, sore muscles, and inflammation of your nerves. The ricinoleic acid that castor oil contains possess the ability to boost anti-inflammatory properties within the body and is considered a safe remedy for arthritis pain.
2. Getting Rid of Stretch Marks. Castor oil is known as one of the best treatments for a variety of skin conditions. Its rich contents and various fatty acids make it an excellent moisturizer and effective treatment for getting rid of unsightly stretch marks
3. Castor Oil For Treating Acne. Many of the acne remedies on the market today contain benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid, which tend to dry out the skin. Castor oil, similar to using neem oil, is a natural resource that will draw out dirt, dead skin cells, excess oils, and bacteria without drying out your skin.
4. Deep Facial Cleanser. Along with treating acne, you can use castor oil as a deep facial cleanser. Unlike the harsh chemicals in over-the-counter and prescription facial cleansers that dry out your skin, using castor oil as a deep cleanser will get rid of pimples fast, deep-clean your skin of dirt, bacteria, dead skin cells, and excess oils while keeping your skin soft, supple and flawless.
5. Eliminating Fine Lines and Wrinkles. Castor oil is great for reducing fine lines and wrinkles because it penetrates deep into your skin, which stimulates the production of elastin and collagen. These two components in the skin are responsible for its elasticity and tautness.
6. Castor Oil For Hair Growths. Castor oil has become a popular treatment for growing healthier, thicker hair. When regularly used on your roots, it can increase hair growth, reduce hair damage from products and styling, hydrate hair, make hair shinier and fuller, prevent dry scalp, and improve the overall health of your hair. When you apply it to the ends of your hair, the castor oil can help reduce frizz and repair split ends.
7. Relieving Constipation. Castor oil is a popular way to relieve constipation. The fatty acids in the castor oil also work to prevent liquid from being absorbed by the intestinal tract, helping the bowel to retain its moisture, which allows it to pass through the colon easier.
8. Improving Immune Function.
The use of castor oil helps the body produce the proper levels of lymphocytes, which are stored and released into the lymphatic tissue from the lymph nodes, thymus gland, and tissue from the small intestine. Apply castor oil packs to your abdominal area to increase the body’s absorption of the oil.
9. Treating Ringworm. The undecylenic acid found in the castor oil acts as an anti fungal agent that kills the infection.
10. Minimize the Appearance of Scars Castor oil is great for reducing and preventing the appearance of scars. The many fatty acids found in the oil help stimulate the lymphatic system in the body, which is essential for preventing scars.
11. Heal Dry, Cracked Heels. Castor oil’s miraculous ability to hydrate the skin makes it a perfect remedy for treating cracked heels. It is rich in vitamins, and essential nutrients help to hydrate dry, cracked skin.
12. Induce Labor. Castor oil helps induce labor. When taken orally, castor oil works to stimulate the bowels.
13. Relieve Sunburn. With the same cooling sensation as aloe, castor oil is great for alleviating painful sunburns. The ricinoleic acid will protect any blisters that pop up from becoming infected and reduce the inflammation associated with sunburns.
14. Castor Oil For Thicker Eyebrows. The antioxidants, proteins, vitamins, fatty acids and nutrients it contains all work to nurture the hair follicles and fight against bacteria that may be a factor that hinders growth.
15. Lengthen Eyelashes With Castor Oil. The vitamin E, proteins, minerals, and antibacterial properties of castor oil can help strengthen and lengthen your eyelashes when applied on a regular basis. It helps the eyelashes grow quicker and prevent them from breaking.
16. Remove Moles and Skin Tags. When mixed with a little Baking Soda, castor oil can be an excellent way to get rid of unsightly moles and Skin Tags. Doing this daily for four to six weeks will eliminate moles and skin tags.
17. Soften Cuticles and Eliminates Brittle Nails. Castor oil has a high concentration of vitamin E, which works wonders for brittle, dry nails. Massaging it into your
18. Perk Up Your Ferns. Combine warm water, castor oil, baby shampoo, and add several drops of the mixture to the soil. Follow up with regular watering, and within a couple of days, your ferns will be perky once again.
19. Repel Moles in Your Yard. If you have trouble with moles trashing your yard, castor oil could be just what you need to send them on their way. Mix two gallons of water and a half a cup of castor oil and pour it down the mole holes. The solution won’t kill the moles, only make it unpleasant enough that they will find another place to dig.
20. Support the Lymphatic System. Your lymphatic system is responsible for expelling metabolic waste from your body. When you have drainage problems or flow disruptions, castor oil can help to get things moving again. Applying castor oil packs to your lymph nodes allows your body to absorb the oil quickly.
21. Reduces Skin Inflammation Castor oil has strong antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that help to heal bug bites, rashes, and itches.
22. Fights Toenail Fungus. The undecylenic acid found in castor oil is an active ingredient that is great for relieving fungus in the body. Apply castor oil to the affected toenail, nails and cuticles every evening will result in soft cuticles and healthy looking nails.
23. Hydrates Chapped Lips. The fatty acids found in castor oil help to hydrate and moisten dry, chapped lips. Apply castor oil to your lips several times a day to hydrate and moisturize.
24. Relieves symptoms of migraines. A natural pain reliever, castor oil is great for relieving headaches and migraines. Rub a teaspoon of the oil into your forehead for about a minute. You should start feeling the effects within two to three minutes.
25. Reduces menstrual cramps. The ricinoleic acid in castor oil works as an anti-inflammatory and is an analgesic agent which helps relieve pain.
26. Soothe Mouth Sores. The antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of castor oil make it the perfect natural remedy for treating mouth sores. Apply a small amount of castor oil or peppermint oil to the area. After several minutes, rinse your mouth out with water and repeat several times throughout the day.
27. Soothe Muscle Aches and Pains. When rubbed directly onto the skin, the ricinoleic acid is better able to penetrate deeper, helping to relieve inflammation in the tissues.
28. Relieve Insomnia. Instead of taking harmful (and sometimes habit-forming) medication to help your insomnia, rub castor oil along your eyelids before going to bed. Your body absorbs the oil and promotes healthy circulation, helping you to become more relaxed, inducing help you to sleep.
29. Eliminate Corns. Corns on your feet can be painful and irritating. The hydrating abilities of castor oil can help to remove them. Soak your feet in warm water for about fifteen minutes. After about ten days of 15 min treatment, you should be able to peel the corns away easily.
30. Anti-Fungal Properties. Castor oil contains the biochemical agent undecylenic acid, which is used to stop fungal growth. The undecylenic acid makes the natural remedy ideal for numerous types of fungal infections including yeast infections, athlete’s foot, and ringworm.