Thursday, April 21, 2016
Use One Ingredient To Save And Regenerate Your Hair
The benefits and uses of the castor oil
The omega 9 fatty acids found in the castor oils can help nourish the hair and follicles, making the hair thickened and re-grown. The castor oil is penetrating the pores and follicles that are producing hair. You only need to massage the hair with a few drops of castor oil.
Here are other properties of the castor oil:
Improves the Lymphatic Flow- According to Dr David Williams- regular application of Castor Oil can help improve the lymphatic flow of the blood.
Due to the oleic acid the castor oil enhances the anti-inflammatory properties.
Helps with the inflammation of the intestinal system, the bowls and dysentery.
Yeast infections: the castor oil can inhibit the growth of bacteria, yeast and virus
Castor oil can help promoting regular bowel movement thus helping with constipation.
Castor oil helps to relax the muscles that are causing menstrual cramps.
Help against migraines, sunburn, athlete`s foot
Ringworm, skin problems, hair and dandruff, acne
It is also very effective against dandruff protecting the scalp from any fungal and microbial infections because of its fungicidal, germicidal and insecticidal properties.
Castor oil packs
You can use the castor oil to make castor oil packs. You can use these packs to treat kidney stones, fibroids, ovarian blisters, swollen joints, irritable bowel syndrome, digestive issue and menstrual spasms.
Apply castor oil on a cotton fabric in few layers and apply it on the skin. You can use it on the joints and muscles. You can also place a high temperature water container over the pack and leave it up to 60 minutes. You can repeat this 3 times a week.
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