Wonder Oil – Part 1

The wonders of castor oil will amaze you! A bottle of castor oil is a must-have for your home first aid kit. Over the next couple of blogs I am going to share with you information about castor oil and its many uses.

Facts about Castor Oil*:

  • The oil is derived from the castor bean plant.
  • Ancient people used castor oil, the seeds have been found in six thousand year-old Egyptian tombs.
  • Castrol-R motor oil, used in high performance racing engines, was named thus as its main ingredient is castor oil.
  • Ricinoleic acid is derived from castor oil and used to create synthetic flavors; including banana, plum, peach, and apricot.
  • Dehydrated castor oil is used to make paints and varnishes.

 On a special note, I would like to introduce you to Jamaican Black Castor Oil.  This particular oil has shown to be most helpful in growing and re-growing hair! Want fuller lashes? Apply just a small amount to the base of your eyelashes before bed and watch for fuller lashes (be careful to avoid contact with your eyes, however).

There is a ton more, be sure to check out my next blog!

 

*This information and more can be found at Jack Elliot’s Santa Barbara Adventure site.

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About angiechaudoir

I am dedicated to providing affordable alternative and/or complimentary services to align the body, mind and spirit to heal. Contact me at 1-800-493-8982 or info@familyholistichealthsolutions.com.
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