What Is Castor Oil?

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Castor oil is derived from the castor bean. Its use originated in

Ancient Egypt and is referred to in the bible as the “Palm of Christ.”

It is one of the most ancient and effective therapies for digestive

disorders and immune building.

How it works

Castor oil is absorbed into the body through the skin. Once absorbed,

it stimulates the flow of lymphatic fluid. The lymphatic system is in

charge of eliminating toxins from the body and blood. Therefore,

improved lymph flow would translate to enhanced detoxification.

Applying castor oil onto the abdomen or the lungs directly helps

with the healing & stimulation of the GALT (gut associated lymph tissue),

digestive tract and liver. On the lower abdomen it helps to break up cysts

& uterine fibroids. It moves stubborn phlegm out of the lungs.


Where it can be used

1. Fights aging - Castor oil, when applied to the skin, penetrates deeply and stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. It delays the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines and makes the skin smoother, softer, and younger.

2. Acne - Castor oil is rich in ricinoleic acid, which fights off the acne-causing bacteria. A 2011 study in India found it effective against both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.

              3. Fades blemish scars - The fatty acids penetrate deep into scar tissue

               and plump it out while encouraging the growth of healthy tissue around it.

              4. Promotes hair growth - Castor oil boosts blood circulation to the

               follicles, leading to faster hair growth. The oil also has omega-9 essential

               fatty acids that are responsible for healthy hair. It also helps reduce split ends,

               controls hair breakage, and moisturizes your hair.

             5. Treats Scalp Infections - Scalp infection can cause major hair problems like

              bald patches, dandruff, and an itchy scalp. Castor oil is antifungal and antibacterial,

              and can fight the pathogens causing the infection.
 

              6. Reduces joint pain/arthritis - A 2009 study found that castor oil effectively

              relieves arthritis symptoms and joint pain. A castor oil pack can be placed directly

              on the painful areas. The anti-inflammatory properties of castor oil make it ideal

              for relieving joints, nerve inflammation, and sore muscles.
 

7. Disinfects wounds - The antimicrobial properties make it effective for treating and relieving pain in minor cuts and scratches.

8. Lungs – Clears phlegm from the lungs. Place on chest with a flannel cloth then covered with plastic then place a heating pad on top.

8. Prevents Premature Graying – The application of castor oil is a popular method to prevent premature graying. It helps your hair retain its pigment, and delays your hair turning gray or white.

9. Boosts Immunity – Castor oil, when used topically, increases the number of T-11 cells, which signals a boost in the defense mechanisms of the body. The T-11 cells form antibodies against pathogens and toxins, and are raised for 7 hours after treatment.

10. Anti-Inflammatory – In a 2000 study of the effects of ricinoleic acid on inflammation, researchers found it exerted “capsaicin-like” anti-inflammatory properties.

11. Constipation – A 2010 study found that castor oil packs were an effective means of decreasing constipation in the elderly. The oil can be rubbed on the abdomen (or a flannel soaked in the oil can be placed on the stomach), and heat is applied on top via a hot water bottle.

12. Lymphatic Circulation – Castor oil is absorbed into the body through the skin. Once absorbed, it stimulates the flow of lymphatic fluid. The lymphatic system is in charge of eliminating toxins from the body and blood. Therefore, improved lymph flow would translate to enhanced detoxification. A 1999 study on topical castor oil and the lymphatic system found that after a two-hour treatment with castor oil packs, there was a significant increase in the number of lymphocytes/T-11 cells (which form antibodies against pathogens). T cells continued increasing over a seven-hour period following treatment.

13. Liver Detox – When rubbed on the right side of the abdomen, castor oil stimulates the liver and supports detoxification.

Popularized by Edgar Cayce you can look up his information for more details.

(Note: do not use during active menstruation or pregnancy!)

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