Herbal carrier oil for hair loss
In medicinal applications, Castor beans were made into a paste and applied as a poultice to treat skin inflammation and to ease headaches. Historically, Castor Oil was reputed to be a laxative for those suffering from constipation and it was used by pregnant women to induce labour as well as to prompt the flow of breast milk. Some used it to dissolve cysts, warts, and other growths. Castor Oil can positively impact hair by stimulating circulation to boost its growth. To slow the appearance of greying hairs, Castor Oil can be applied to the scalp to prevent hair from the further loss of pigment. It deeply penetrates scar tissue to fill it out and make it plump while stimulating the growth of healthier surrounding tissue. It relieves the discomfort of sore muscles and joint pain, especially for those who suffer from arthritis and those who experience aches caused by forceful exercise. Its antimicrobial properties make it work effectively as a disinfectant for wounds, minor cuts, and scrapes. Due to its warming abilities, Castor Oil boosts circulation, making it an ideal choice for use in massages. Castor Oil strengthens immunity by relieving congestion that leads to the accumulation of bodily toxins and that can cause arthritis. Its excretory properties make Castor Oil effective in reducing the appearance of cellulite by boosting circulation, increasing the production of collagen to firm skin, and by balancing hormones, theimbalance of which is known to lead to the development of dimpled skin. It has also been used to treat warts, skin tags, moles, ringworm, eczema, psoriasis, and Athlete’s Foot.
treat warts, skin tags, moles, ringworm, releases toxins, breast milk production, heals scar tissue, arrests grey hair, stops hair fall, regrows strong hair, over-stressed muscle relief, laxative for constipation.
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