Caribbean Roots Black Castor Oil: is an organic and unrefined castor oil harvested and produced in Haiti’s rich agricultural environment.
It is obtained from the seeds of castor (ricinus communis) plant. CRBCO is made up of fatty acids that are derived from ricinoleic acid. Ricinoleic acid exerts remarkable analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects and is not found in ANY other substance. CRBCO is also an emollient naturally rich with Vitamin E. It is one of the most hydrating botanical oils on the market.
Castor oil contains the following essential fatty acids: Ricinoleic- 90%, Oleic- 4%, Linoleic- 4%, These ingredients along are responsible for hair regrowth, collage building, improving blood circulation in the scalp and promote hair growth.
I fell in love with using castor oil 20+ years ago as a teen, I right away loved it for skin, hair & nails, but I also found it very useful for soreness & pain. I have used black castor oil & clear castor oil & do prefer the black. Castor oil is a thick oil, the way I tend to describe it to others it it is thick like molasses without the sticky. I did use castor oil in labor several times but I recommend only done under supervision as I did with my midwives. I also as a kid was given castor oil as a cure what ails ya kinda tonic & at any time I stayed home from school sick, I do not recommend using it in this manor because it was added to orange juice & honestly I almost never drank orange juice again ever.
For beauty, soreness & pain even skin issues castor oil can be a remarkable to have around. OK before chemo 5 years ago I had very thick hair, thick strands, thick in amount, very heavy & wavy, after chemo I was left with the thinnest horrid hair that I just still do not like. But castor oil is amazing for my hair rather thick or thin & has helped me get back to having healthy hai & I have used it to heal scalp issues. If I have really chapped lips or skin, wind burned etc I reach for this Black Castor Oil by Aveya Beauty rather I use it alone or mixed with coconut oil it soothes right away & heals. I love how it feels on my lips & how it clings to my lips protecting them. I also use castor oil as part of my normal skin, hair & nails beauty routine & recommend it.
I have found the Black Castor Oil by Aveya Beauty to be superior quality & I am glad to have it here to use as needed. Another way I use castor oil is for soreness & pain & honestly I healed my carpal tunnel by using castor oil on a sock on my wrist every night for 30 days (mixed with coconut oil). But if you have sore muscles rub in some castor oil, add essential oils if desired, the analgesic & anti-inflammatory effects can bring relief even to injuries. If you have other soreness or bruises apply to a piece of flannel & put over soreness, it really is soothing.
Never under estimate this great oil & this one by Aveya Beauty might just be one of my favorite brands I have tried, it has a great natural scent, is thick & rich with that dark golden blackish color. When it arrived I opened it right away & put some on my lips & rubbed some on my hands just to see how well this brand worked & I was impressed right away.
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