Castor oil is used as laxative, parasite remover, and purging cleanse.
There were some toxicity concerns rumored spread from Big Pharma that is trying to push herbal remedies aside and keep its profit intact.
Animal Study Resolved Toxicity Issues
Animal study done on rats, showed that adding castor oil into their diets didn’t do damage because during the manufacturing process of the oil , ricin toxicity is eliminated and medicinal castor oil is produced.
Just like oleander or mistletoe,castor oil is toxic in their raw forms, but completely safe in the form of an extract. Cold press process removes all of the ricin content, so medicinal castor oil is completely safe.
Industrial castor is toxic for both animals and humans.
Using Castor Oil as a Laxative or Flush
Simply take a tablespoon of food grade castor oil before bedtime and use it for a few days in a row.
Drink up to 3 or 4 cups of water every 15 minutes in order to stimulate the flushing. As for your meals, try eating light food while avoiding fried or fatty meals.
External Applications Can Even Affect Internal Organs
The eminent physic healer, Edgar Cayce, recommends three or four linens to cover the epidermal area, right above the affected organ (intestines, kidneys, liver) and soaking and applying warm castor oil onto the affected area.Cover with a hot bottle.
Castor oil has strong anti-viral and anti-fungal properties, hat makes him amazing for treating different skin issues.
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