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CASTOR BEAN & CASTOR OIL

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  • Castor Bean & Oil Herbal Description
  • Castor Bean & Oil Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Castor Bean & Oil Dosage Information
  • Castor Bean & Oil Safety, Cautions & Interactions
  • Castor Plant & Oil Supplements & Products




  • CASTOR PLANT, BEAN & OIL DESCRIPTION

    CASTOR PLANT & BEAN

    The Castor plant, whose botanical name is Ricinus communis, is native to the Ethiopian region of East Africa. It is also known as Bofareira, Mexico Seed, Oil Plant, Palma Christi and Pei-maIt.

    The castor plant has large, palm-shaped leaves, green female flowers, and prickly red seed capsules and now grows in tropical and warm temperate regions throughout the world and is becoming an abundant weed in the southwestern United States. Castor plants grow along stream banks, riverbeds, bottomlands, and in almost any warm area where the soil is well drained and with sufficient nutrients and moisture to sustain growth. They are annuals that can grow 6 to 15 feet tall in one season with full sunlight, heat, and moisture. The tropical leaves, with five to nine pointed, finger-like lobes, may be 4 to 30 in across. Since ancient times, Castor Oil has been used as a laxative and as lamp oil.

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    The picture above is of the leaves. The red picture of the Castor Plant is the covering of the seeds. The green picture is of the plant before the seeds are available.

    The castor plant grows rapidly with little care and produces lush tropical foliage. Its use as a cultivated plant should be discouraged because its seeds or beans are extremely poisonous. Children should be taught to recognize and avoid the plant and its seeds, especially in the southwestern United States where it grows wild near residential areas. Flower heads can be snipped off of castor plants as a protective measure.

    CASTOR OIL

    Castor Oil may be useful as a skin softener, to treat gastrointestinal problems, lacerations, skin disorders, and to relieve pain and stiffness associated with arthritis and rheumatism. Castor Oil is a natural emollient that penetrates the surface layers of the skin making it softer and more pliable. Excellent for massage into joints and muscles. The effects of externally applied Castor Oil can be enhanced through the use of a castor oil pack - a piece of wool (or cotton) flannel saturated with the oil and applied to the body. Use of a pack allows the greatest penetration in a specific area of the body. The application of heat further increases this penetration, allowing the oil to better impart its natural qualities to the body. To use, cleanse the skin with a mild soap and water and apply Castor Oil. Massage in sparingly. As a Castor Oil pack for concentrated application, saturate wool flannel and apply over desired area. Dry heat (such as a heating pad) may be applied. Should skin sensitivity occur discontinue use. Store in a cool place. Keep out of the reach of children.


    CASTOR OIL (ORGANIC) PROFILE


  • Botanical Name: Ricinus communis
  • Origin: India
  • Extraction: Expeller Pressed / Refined
  • Shelf Life: 2 years recommended
  • Kosher Certified: No


  • NOTES: Stores well under any condition but extreme heat will lessen the shelf life. Castor oil is soluble in alcohol. This particular Castor oil is for cosmetic use only, and is not to be ingested.


  • SPECIFICATIONS
      Color- Light gold
      Acid Value- 0.39
      Peroxide Value- 1.55
      Non-Saponifiables- 0.29%
      Saponification Value- 179.29
      Iodine Value- 87.18
      Hydroxyl Value- 161.31
      Moisture- 0.12%
      Specific Gravity (Density)- 0.9569
      pH- 4.65

    FATTY ACIDS
      Oleic- 3.93%
      Palmitic- 1.0%
      Linoleic- 4.32%
      Linolenic- 0.3%
      Ricinoleic- 87.74%


    The above product information description was obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs regarding their products. For other manufacturers, merchants and vendors, consult individual product label description.





    CASTOR BEAN & OIL USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    Castor Oil is derived from the seeds of the Castor Plant, also known as Castor Bean and Palma Christi. It has been used therapeutically in ancient India, China, Persia, Egypt, Africa, Greece, Rome, the Americas, and in 17th century Europe. Today it is used as an emollient and skin softener, treatment for gastrointestinal problems, lacerations, and other skin disorders such as psoriasis. It is also found in many skin care products. One way it is used to treat skin problems is to make a hot oil pad by pouring the Castor Oil on an absorbant material placed over the treatment area and then using a heating pad to heat the castor oil.

    Castor Oil is used as a treatment for temporary constipation, but is not effective for chronic constipation, intestinal inflammation and worms. Castor Oil has been used as a laxative since antiquity. It is mentioned by the ancient Greek historian Herodotus, and beans from the Castor plant have been found in Egyptian tombs. Castor oil's laxative effect stems from its ability to prevent absorption of liquids from the intestinal tract. It has been used to clear the system after food poisoning. It has also been used for colic and acute diarrhea due to slow digestion. It is sometimes used in hospitals to prepare the patient's abdomen for X rays of the colon or kidneys. Castor Oil can support labor and delivery. Externally Castor Oil is used to treat ringworm and itch. In the Canary Islands, fresh Castor leaves are used externally by nursing mothers to increase the flow of milk. Castor Oil is a natural emollient and can be applied to the skin and hair as a softener. Juice from the leaves of the Castor plant is used against rheumatism, headache, dropsy (edema), abscesses, ringworms, and warts.


    CHILDBIRTH - CASTOR OIL TO INITIATE LABOR

    Castor Oil has been a favorite remedy for birthing moms and midwives for a very long time. It is used internally and externally to stimulate the uterus, soften the cervix, and help initiate labor. Rubbing Castor Oil on the belly and covering with a warm towel will help initiate labor if the cervix is ripe. The use of Castor Oil as a stimulating purgative may be used. The dosage and procedure for starting labor with Castor Oil varies greatly with each midwife, but almost everyone uses some form or method of this treatment.
      1. Two ounces of Castor Oil, two ounces of vodka (optional), and two or more ounces of orange juice. Follow with a hot shower. After an hour, the dose is repeated and an enema is given. Repeat the third dose after another hour, followed by a hot shower again. If the woman is ready to give birth, labor will usually begin 3 to 5 hours after the last dose if all is well.

      2. Two ounces of Castor Oil, 2 capsules of powdered Blue Cohosh. I ground the dried Blue Cohosh root using a portable coffee grinder and filled empty "00" gelatin capsules with the powdered herb. Take a hot shower. After an hour, the dose is repeated. Repeat the third dose after another hour, followed by a hot shower again. If the woman is ready to give birth, labor will usually begin 3 to 5 hours after the last dose if all is well. This is the method I personally used with two of my own labors!

      3. Two ounces of Castor Oil, 10 drops of Blue Cohosh Tincture. Take a hot shower. After an hour, the dose is repeated. Repeat the third dose after another hour, followed by a hot shower again. If the woman is ready to give birth, labor will usually begin 3 to 5 hours after the last dose if all is well.

    Do not use this remedy unless you are within 2 weeks of your expected due date or post term. You must be showing signs of pending labor (softening and dilation of cervix, baby dropping into pelvis, bloody mucousy discharge from loss of mucus plug, etc.). If you are not ready to go into labor, it will not work. It will, however, definitely clean out your intestinal tract. Do not wander too far from a toilet. Always consult with your health care provider or midwife before using any therapy or remedy during pregnancy.

    From MoonDragon's Pregnancy Information: Methods of Initiating Labor in Full Term Pregnancy


    An Indian physician, Dr Hemant Pathak, has discovered an effective home remedy for allergy. He found that five drops of Castor Oil in half a cup of any fruit or vegetable juice, or plain water, and taken on an empty stomach in the morning, is beneficial for allergies of the intestinal tract, skin, and nasal passages. Dr Pathak has reported numerous cases of allergic protection by this method.

    Castor Oil forms a clean, light-colored soap, which dries and hardens well and is free from smell. It has been recommended for medicinal use. The inferior qualities of the oil are frequently employed in India for soap-making.

    Externally, Castor Oil has been recommended for various cutaneous complaints, such as ringworm, itch, etc. The fresh leaves are used by nursing mothers in the Canary Islands as an external application, to increase the flow of milk.

    Castor Oil is an excellent solvent of pure alkaloids and such solutions of Atropine, Cocaine, etc., as are used in ophthalmic surgery. It is also dropped into the eye to remove the after-irritation caused by the removal of foreign bodies.

    An Indian physician, Dr Hemant Pathak, has discovered an effective home remedy for allergy. He found that five drops of castor oil in half a cup of any fruit or vegetable juice, or plain water, and taken on an empty stomach in the morning, is beneficial for allergies of the intestinal tract, skin, and nasal passages. Dr Pathak has reported numerous cases of allergic protection by this method.

    Castor Oil forms a clean, light-colored soap, which dries and hardens well and is free from smell. It has been recommended for medicinal use. The inferior qualities of the oil are frequently employed in India for soap-making.

    Externally, the oil has been recommended for various cutaneous complaints, such as ringworm, itch, etc. The fresh leaves are used by nursing mothers in the Canary Islands as an external application, to increase the flow of milk.

    Castor Oil is an excellent solvent of pure alkaloids and such solutions of Atropine, Cocaine, etc., as are used in ophthalmic surgery. It is also dropped into the eye to remove the after-irritation caused by the removal of foreign bodies.





    CASTOR BEAN & OIL DOSAGE INFORMATION

    Castor Bean comes in various forms and is an ingredient in many products. For best results, read and follow product label directions.

    If a health care provider or midwife has prescribed Castor Oil, his or her instructions for the timing and quantity of doses should be followed. For self-treatment, users should follow the manufacturer's instructions. The dose may vary from 1 to 4 teaspoonfuls. At least 6 to 8 glasses (8 ounces each) of liquids should be taken each day to soften the stools. Castor Oil is usually taken on an empty stomach for rapid effect.

    Because results usually occur within two to six hours, Castor Oil is not usually taken late in the day. The unpleasant taste of castor oil may be improved by chilling it in the refrigerator for at least an hour. It may then be stirred into a glass of cold orange juice and taken as quickly as possible before the oil separates from the juice.





    CASTOR BEAN & OIL SAFETY, PRECAUTIONS & INTERACTION INFORMATION

    Due to the poisonous nature of Castor bean, the seeds should be kept away from small children. Castor Oil is generally regarded as safe when used as directed.

    The seeds of Castor Bean or Castor Oil plant are very poisonous to people, animals and insects. One milligram of Rican, one of the main toxic proteins in this plant can kill an adult. The seed is only toxic when the outer shell is broken or chewed open. When the beans are hulled and crushed at temperatures below 100°F they have no toxin and yield clear or yellowish poison-free oil.

    A pregnant woman should not use Castor Oil, unless prescribed by your Midwife or Health Care Professional, as it can stimulate labor contractions. Castor oil should not be used if a patient is hypersensitive to the castor bean; or has an intestinal obstruction or blockage, abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, soreness, nausea, vomiting, fecal impaction, or any signs of appendicitis or an inflamed bowel, severe inflammatory intestinal disease, or any abdominal pain of unknown origin. It should not be used by anyone for more than a week unless a health care provider has ordered otherwise. It is not recommended for nursing women and children under the age of 12 years. Overuse of a laxative may lead to dependence on it. A health care practitioner should check any sudden changes in bowel habits or function that last longer than two weeks before using a laxative.





    CASTOR HERBAL & OIL PRODUCTS

  • Castor Herbal Oil Products


  • QUALITY PRODUCTS & SUPPLEMENTS


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    CASTOR BEAN HERBAL & OIL PRODUCTS

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

    Mountain Rose Herbs: Castor Oil (Ricinus Communis), Certified Organic, Bulk Carrier & Vegetable Oils


    STARWEST BOTANICALS PRODUCTS

    Starwest Botanicals: Castor Oil (Refined), 1 fl. oz.
    Starwest Botanicals: Castor Oil (Refined), 4 fl. oz.
    Starwest Botanicals: Castor Oil (Refined), 16 fl. oz.
    Starwest Botanicals: Castor Oil (Refined), 1 Gallon
    Starwest Botanicals: Castor Oil (Refined), 5 Gallons


    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Castor Oil Roll-On, For Skin Application, Heritage Products, 3 fl. oz. (78710)
    Here's an easy way to apply this versatile emollient. Castor oil is known to penetrate deep into tissues to soften and enrich the skin cells for renewed, pliable skin. Available in a convenient roll-on for effortless application wherever you need it. Our castor oil is certified pure, of course, so you benefit from its natural healing properties.
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Cold Pressed, Heritage Products, 4 fl. oz. (15585)
    Castor OIl is a powerful laxative and used as an emolliennt to soothe the skin and keep it moist. This product contains ultra pure, cold pressed castor oil and does not contain pesticide residues, and is cruelty free (not tested on animals).
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil USP, Sunmark, 6 fl. oz. (97612)
    For temporary relief of occasional constipation. Bowel movemet is generally produced in 6 to 12 hours. Odorless and tasteless.
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Home Health, 8 fl. oz. (15674)
    Castor Oil may be useful as a skin softener, to relieve gastrointestinal problems, lacerations, skin disorders, and to relieve pain and stiffness associated with arthritis and rheumatism. Pure, natural emollient oil. Softens and nourishes the skin. Ideal for use in Castor Oil Packs. Excellent for massage into joints and muscles. Castor Oil is a natural emollient that penetrates the surface layers of the skin making it softer and more pliable. The effects of externally applied Castor Oil can be enhanced through the use of a castor oil pack a piece of wool flannel saturated with the oil and applied to the body. Use of a pack allows the greatest penetration in a specific area of the body. The application of heat further increases this penetration, allowing the oil to better impart its natural qualities to the body. Instruction for the preparation and application of castor oil packs are supplied with each package of Home Health White Wool Flannel. At Home Health, years of research have gone into creating truly effective personal care products based on traditional, natural ingredients. This Castor Oil is the finest quality available. It is cold pressed and cold processed and contains no artificial ingredients. You can rely on Home Health to deliver the natural health and healing your family deserves. To complete your personal health and beauty program, we invite you to try other quality products from the Home Health line of naturally based formulas.
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Cold Pressed, Heritage Products, 8 fl. oz. (15586)
    Castor OIl is a powerful laxative and used as an emolliennt to soothe the skin and keep it moist. This product contains ultra pure, cold pressed castor oil and does not contain pesticide residues, and is cruelty free (not tested on animals).
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Organic, Heritage Products, 16 fl. oz. (81932)
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Now Foods, 16 fl. oz. (67914)
    Condition: In need of an all-natural emollient. 100% Pure Castor Oil is expeller-pressed from the seed of Ricinus communisand is virtually odorless and tasteless. While it is applicable in many other areas of wellness, Castor Oil is considered by many to be one of the finest natural skin emollients available today. Also known as Palma Christi (the "Palm of Christ"), castor oil celebrates a history of use that dates back to biblical times. Since then, it has been used therapeutically to help support and soften healthy skin and hair, and is commonly used in some of today's most popular cosmetic and beauty formulas.
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Home Health, 16 fl. oz. (35076)
    Castor Oil may be useful as a skin softener, to relieve gastrointestinal problems, lacerations, skin disorders, and to relieve pain and stiffness associated with arthritis and rheumatism. Pure, natural emollient oil. Softens and nourishes the skin. Ideal for use in Castor Oil Packs. Excellent for massage into joints and muscles. Castor Oil is a natural emollient that penetrates the surface layers of the skin making it softer and more pliable. The effects of externally applied Castor Oil can be enhanced through the use of a castor oil pack a piece of wool flannel saturated with the oil and applied to the body. Use of a pack allows the greatest penetration in a specific area of the body. The application of heat further increases this penetration, allowing the oil to better impart its natural qualities to the body. Instruction for the preparation and application of castor oil packs are supplied with each package of Home Health White Wool Flannel. At Home Health, years of research have gone into creating truly effective personal care products based on traditional, natural ingredients. This Castor Oil is the finest quality available. It is cold pressed and cold processed and contains no artificial ingredients. You can rely on Home Health to deliver the natural health and healing your family deserves. To complete your personal health and beauty program, we invite you to try other quality products from the Home Health line of naturally based formulas.
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Cold Pressed, Heritage Products, 16 fl. oz. (15587)
    Castor OIl is a powerful laxative and used as an emolliennt to soothe the skin and keep it moist. This product contains ultra pure, cold pressed castor oil and does not contain pesticide residues, and is cruelty free (not tested on animals).
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Heritage Products, 32 fl. oz. (105910)
    This organic castor oil is the highest quality you can find. We have always offered pure castor oil tested to be free of solvents and chemicals. Now there is a certified organic Castor Oil to continue our tradition of providing the best possible ingredients for your superior health.
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Home Health, 32 fl. oz. (36119)
    Castor Oil may be useful as a skin softener, to relieve gastrointestinal problems, lacerations, skin disorders, and to relieve pain and stiffness associated with arthritis and rheumatism. Pure, natural emollient oil. Softens and nourishes the skin. Ideal for use in Castor Oil Packs. Excellent for massage into joints and muscles. Castor Oil is a natural emollient that penetrates the surface layers of the skin making it softer and more pliable. The effects of externally applied Castor Oil can be enhanced through the use of a castor oil pack a piece of wool flannel saturated with the oil and applied to the body. Use of a pack allows the greatest penetration in a specific area of the body. The application of heat further increases this penetration, allowing the oil to better impart its natural qualities to the body. Instruction for the preparation and application of castor oil packs are supplied with each package of Home Health White Wool Flannel. At Home Health, years of research have gone into creating truly effective personal care products based on traditional, natural ingredients. This Castor Oil is the finest quality available. It is cold pressed and cold processed and contains no artificial ingredients. You can rely on Home Health to deliver the natural health and healing your family deserves. To complete your personal health and beauty program, we invite you to try other quality products from the Home Health line of naturally based formulas.
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Cold Pressed, Heritage Products, 32 fl. oz. (36115)
    Castor OIl is a powerful laxative and used as an emolliennt to soothe the skin and keep it moist. This product contains ultra pure, cold pressed castor oil and does not contain pesticide residues, and is cruelty free (not tested on animals).
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Heritage Products, 1 Gallon (105911)
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Now Foods, 650 mg, 120 Softgels (67913)
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil, Heritage Products, 725 mg, 60 VCaps (92764)
    HerbsPro: Castor Clean Towelettes, Heritage Products, 40 Count (94824)
    Natural Castor Clean Towelettes can also be used to balance pH, remove debris, clarify texture, and enhance the appearance of your skin tone. Dispenser contains 40 wet towelettes for gentle cleansing. Use one or two sturdy Towelettes to remove oil after castor oil pack application.
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil Soap, Heritage Products, 3.5 oz. (51005)
    Castor Oil soap is a powerful laxative and used as an emollient to soothe the skin and keep it moist. Clean for your body and environment. Comfort and cleanse your skin with soothing castor Oil Soap. This healing bar is handmade according to a special moisturizing formula of plant oils to deeply nourish your skin. Contains olive oil, coconut oil, castor oil and potash.
    HerbsPro: Castor Oil Pack Holder, Heritage Products, 1 Piece (77017)
    Experience all of the benefits of a castor oil pack with the convenient aid of our wrap-around holder. Two velcro strips secure the flannel over your abdomen while an ample-sized pouch holds your heating pad in place. Flannel-lined vinyl protects your heating pad and clothing from the oil so that you can simply relax 20 x 12-inches.
    HerbsPro: Castor Clean Castor Oil Solvent, Heritage Products, 16 fl. oz. (83703)
    Castor Clean is a baking soda solution for application after a Castor Oil pack to cleanse the body from the acidity ad from the natural secretions that arise from same. The Castor Clean solution contains filtered water, sodium bicarbonate, and witch hazel.


    TAKEHERB PRODUCTS

    TakeHerb: Castor Oil, Cold Pressed, Heritage Products, 8 fl. oz.
    TakeHerb: Castor Oil, Cold Pressed, Cold Processed, Home Health, 16 fl. oz.
    TakeHerb: Castor Oil, Cold Pressed, Heritage Products, 16 fl. oz.


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Castor Root Extract (Ricinus Communis), Health & Herbs, 2 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Castor Root Extract (Ricinus Communis), Health & Herbs, 8 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Castor Root Extract (Ricinus Communis), Health & Herbs, 16 fl oz: HH
    Kalyx: Castor Carrier & Supplement Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 1 fl oz: C
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Unrefined, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 4 fl oz: C
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Heritage Store, Carrier & Supplement Oil, 4 fl oz: K
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Certified Organic, Aura Cacia, 4 fl oz Bottle: K
    Kalyx: Castor Carrier & Supplement Oil, Heritage Store, 8 fl oz: K
    Kalyx: Castor Carrier & Supplement Oil, Home Health, 8 fl oz: K
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Unrefined, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 16 fl oz: C
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Home Health, 16 fl oz: HF
    Kalyx: Castor Carrier & Supplement Oil, Home Health 16 fl oz: K
    Kalyx: Castor Carrier & Supplement Oil, Heritage Store, 16 fl oz: K
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Hexane Free, Heritage Products, 16 fl oz: HF
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Certified Organic, Aura Cacia, 16 fl oz Bottle: K
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Aura Cacia, 16 fl oz Bottle: K
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Heritage Store, Carrier & Supplement Oil, 32 fl oz: HF
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Cold Pressed Hexane Free, Home Health, 32 fl oz: HF
    Kalyx: Castor Carrier & Supplement Oil, Heritage Store, 32 fl oz: K
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Unrefined, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 1 Gallon: C
    Kalyx: Castor Oil, Unrefined, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 5 Gallons: C
    Kalyx: Castor Oil Packet Flannel, Wool, 12 x 27-inch, Heritage Store: K
    Kalyx: Castor Oil Packet Flannel, Cotton, 13 x 15-inch, Heritage Store: K
    Kalyx: Castor Oil Pack Wool Flannel, 18 x 24-inch, Home Health: K


    AMAZON PRODUCTS

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