How to Save and Regrow Your Hair with Just One Ingredient

It is time to celebrate one of the most beneficial oils ever – Castor Oil!

This oil is a powerhouse of minerals, proteins, vitamin E, anti-fungicidal and antibacterial properties.

In the past, people used castor oil as an oral laxative. Today, we usually use it for topical application. It is an inexpensive and affordable remedy that can treat various health problems.

Extract the oil from a plant called Ricinus communis (native to India). It is widely known that the plant is one of the most toxic plants. However, you should not be worried about that because the castor oil is not toxic. The toxic part is left in the pulp of the seeds.

The Composition of Castor Oil

Castor oil contains proteins, vitamin E, and minerals. It offers strong anti-fungicidal properties. It consists of a triglyceride of fatty acids (90% of which are made up of ricinoleic acid).

So, castor provides incredible healing properties and can effectively treat and prevent bacteria, viruses, molds, and yeasts.

 The Many Castor Oil Uses and Benefits

  • Thickens and regrows hair

It contains omega 9 fatty acids which have the ability to nourish the hair and follicles. This oil penetrated into the pores and follicles that produce hair. Massage a few drops of castor oil into your hair and you will see its benefits!

  • Improves Lymphatic Flow

Castor oil is particularly effective for improving lymphatic flow. You can obtain these benefits by applying the oil topically.

  • Anti-inflammatory

Castor oil is packed with ricinoleic acid, this acid has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. It reduces inflammation and swelling of joints and tissues.

  • Yeast Infections

As a result of the ricinoleic acid has the ability to prevent the growth of bacteria, virus, and yeast.

  • Constipation

As a potent anti-inflammatory agent, castor oil is able to promote regular bowel movement.

  • Menstrual Disorders

Castor oil has the ability to relax the muscles involved in menstrual cramps.

  • Acne

Because of the ricinoleic acid found in castor oil, this oil can treat various skin problems.

  • Hair and Dandruff

Castor oil offers strong germicidal, fungicidal, and also insecticidal properties and can effectively treat dandruff and protect the scalp from fungal and microbial infections.

  • Sunburn
  • Athlete’s Foot
  • Gastrointestinal Problems
  • Helps the intestinal system with inflammatory bowels and dysentery
  • Ringworm
  • Skin Problems
  • Migraines

Castor Oil Uses

To treat skin problems.

Rub castor oil on the affected areas of your skin to treat bacterial infections, fungal infections, ringworm, bursitis, sebaceous cysts itching, keratosis and sprains and warts

Castor oil packs

You can also try and make castor oil packs. They are known to be very beneficial when we use them for treating ovarian cysts, kidney stones, swollen joints, fibroids, digestive disorders, menstrual cramps, and irritable bowel syndrome.

First of all, you should soak a cotton cloth in the oil and after that apply it to your skin. Then apply the castor oil packs to your muscles and joints. Place a hot water bottle over the pack in order to increase its effectiveness. Let it stand for 1 hour. And, repeat this procedure 3 times a week.