Castor Oil Uses and Benefits
Thickens and regrows hair. Castor oil is loaded with omega 9 fatty acids, which nourish the hair and follicles. Castor oil is able to penetrate into the pores and follicles that produce hair. Just massage a couple of drops of castor oil into your hair.
Improves Lymphatic Flow. According to Dr David Williams, “No drug exists that has the ability to improve lymphatic flow; however, the job can easily be handled through the topical application of Castor oil.”
Anti-inflammatory. Castor oil consists of ricinoleic acid, which has anti-inflammatory properties. It is used for reducing inflammation and swelling of joints and tissues.
Helps the intestinal system with inflammatory bowels and dysentery.
Yeast Infections. Ricinoleic acid found in castor oil is able inhibit the growth of bacteria, yeast and virus’.
Constipation. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, castor oil promotes regular bowel movement.
To treat skin Gastrointestinal Problems
Menstrual Disorders. Castor oil is known to relax the muscles involved in menstrual cramps.
To treat skin Migraines
Acne. Due to the ricinoleic acid in castor oil, many skin problems can be treated with it.
To treat skinSunburn
To treat skinAthlete’s Foot
To treat skin Ringworm
To treat skin Skin Problems
Hair and Dandruff. Due to fungicidal, germicidal and insecticidal properties, castor oil is an effective treatment for dandruff and helps protect the scalp from fungal and microbial infections.
To treat skin problems.
For various skin conditions such as bacterial infections, bursitis, fungal infections, itching, keratosis, ringworm, sebaceous cysts, sprains and warts, rub castor oil on to areas of the skin.