- A Legacy for Life
- Cold Pressed, Hexane-Free.
- Soothes and Softens the Skin.
- Perfect for Health-Promoting Packs
- Recommended in the Edgar Cayce Readings
- Certified by Periodic Laboratory Tests to be Free of Pesticide Residues
How to Use Castor Oil for Your Skin
Helps Clear Up Acne
use it for oil cleansing – a skin cleansing method commonly used to unclog pores and get rid of dirt or acne-causing bacteria.
apply the oil to an insect sting or bite on its own, or mix it with essential oils that further calm the skin, such as tea tree oil or lavender.
Reduces Inflammation from Bites
You can apply the oil to a sunburn after sun exposure to help soothe redness and irritation.
Hydrates Chapped Lips
you can make your own chemical-free lip balm at home by using plain castor oil or mixing it with skin-safe essential oils and beeswax.
How to Use Castor Oil to Boost Hair Growth
You can apply the oil directly to damp hair, leave it on for 15-30 minutes, and then rinse. You can also use it as a base and mix it with your other organic hair mask ingredients.
How to Use Castor Oil for Your Health
Relieves Bloating and Constipation
To use castor oil for bloating and constipation, you can ingest it. Due to its strong “petroleum-like” taste, you may find it hard to wash down. If you do choose to ingest it, you can mask the taste with fresh pressed juices or coconut water. The usual amount for adults is 15 milliliters, but consult with your physician or other health care professional about your own dosage.
Soothes Joint Pain
You can apply it to the affected area(s) by soaking a washcloth in hot water and layering the oil on top. Leave on for a minimum of 30 minutes, and up to 8 hours.
How to Use Castor Oil in Your Home
Prevents Metal from Rusting
Simply place a few drops on areas affected by rust, let sit for 30 minutes, and wipe off with a paper towel.