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Castor oil is a widely recognized oil but many people still don’t know that. It’s abundant in various beneficial compounds like minerals, Vitamin E, proteins, but also anti-fungicidal and antibacterial properties. Castor oil also contains triglyceride of fatty acids (90% of which are made up of ricinoleic acid) and that is what gives castor oil its unbelievable healing abilities. Ricinoleic acid can help you prevent bacteria, viruses, molds and yeasts.

A little history

Castor oil was mostly used as an oral laxative. Still, nowadays most people also use it for topical application. It’s a very cheap and effective remedy for numerous illnesses.

It originates from India and the Latin name of the plant from which it is extracted is Ricinus communis.  The plant is known to be one of the most toxic plants on Earth along with numerous amazing health benefits. The toxic part is always left behind in the pulp of the seeds when castor oil is extracted, so you shouldn’t worry.

The Many Castor Oil Uses and Benefits

Here are some of the most popular useful properties of castor oil:

Thickens and regrows hair. Castor oil contains plenty of omega-9 fatty acids. They have a nourishing effect on the hair and the follicles. Castor oil penetrates into the pores and follicles that produce hair. You just have to massage several drops of castor oil into your hair and that’s it!

Improves lymphatic flow. Topical application of castor oil can help you improve your lymphatic flow.

Anti-inflammatory. Castor oil contains ricinoleic acid that is full of anti-inflammatory properties. People use it to reduce inflammation as well as swelling of their joints and tissues.

Helps the intestinal system with inflammatory bowels and dysentery.

Yeast infections. Castor oil can inhibit the growth of bacteria, yeast and viruses.

Constipation. Castor oil is excellent for the promotion of regular bowel movement because of its anti-inflammatory properties.

Gastrointestinal Problems

Menstrual disorders. Castor oil relaxes the muscles that are involved in menstrual cramps.


Acne.  You can treat various skin problems with castor oil.


Athlete’s Foot


Skin Problems

Hair and Dandruff.  Castor oil is also very effective in the treatment of dandruff and helps protect the scalp from various fungal and microbial infections because of its germicidal, fungicidal and insecticidal properties.

Castor Oil Uses

This oil can be used to treat various skin conditions like bursitis, keratosis, bacterial infections, fungal infections, ringworm, itching, warts, sebaceous cysts and sprains. Just rub castor oil on to affected areas of your skin.

Castor oil packs

Castor oil packs can be used to treat: ovarian cysts, kidney stones, swollen joints, fibroids, irritable bowel syndrome, menstrual cramps and digestive disorders. Soak cotton cloths in castor oil. Fold them and apply them to the skin. People usually apply castor oil packs on their joints and muscles.  Put a hot bottle of water over the pack if you want to increase its effectiveness. Leave it to act for an hour. Use the pack up to 3 times a week.
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