Castor Oil

(2 customer reviews)


What an amazing product, for just so many different conditions – safe, simple and super-helpful


Castor Oil
super healthy and multi-functional

Size available:

200ml glass bottle

100% organic
Certified organic, cold-pressed and hexane-free
Not irradiated

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A sampling of benefits:
For skin care, eye irritations, acne, skin hydration, sunburn, face mask, promote hair growth, compresses

Please note:
One may add a couple of drops of DMSO to aid penetration into the body

Good news:
We now have Castor Oil Compress Packs available @ R265 each
The Castor Oil Compress pack can be accessed at this link:
Length 45cm,  Width 22.7;  PVC Outer to prevent leakage;  100% Polyester towel fabric;  Poly cotton Bias binding

Please also watch the second video for much more info about Castor Oil Packs



Here is a short video with Barbara O’Neill explaining Castor Oil simply :


Benefits from Castor Oil compresses
Castor Oil penetrates deeper than any other oil, breaks up lumps, bumps, adhesions, even a bone spur
(it may take a while if the condition has been there for a long time) – just keep at it!

As a compress, it is not drawing anything out of you.
The compress is a vehicle to hold the oil so it can penetrate where it is needed in the body

Every day you could apply the compress, fold it over and the next day open up, add a little more oil and apply it again
You can use it for tumours, cysts, even breast cancer
Uterine fibroid – one lady first used a recommended progesterone / yam cream product to reduce the oestrogen
and then successfully applied the castor oil compress to her abdomen

Another super informative video for you:


Here are 12 more healthy uses of castor oil

  1. Helps combats wrinkles – Use it to reduce scars, skin issues, and wrinkles. Since it is high in elastin and collagen, it helps to rejuvenate the skin. Repeat daily for 4-6 months
  2. Soothes muscle pain – Castor oil relieves the pain in the muscles. So if you have problems with your muscles, use it to solve this issue
  3. Repairs split hair ends – To nourish your hair and repair the split ends, apply it on dry hair several times daily
  4. Soothes sunburn – Mix some castor and coconut oil and apply this mixture over the affected areas to calm the sunburns, hydrate the skin, and stimulate the repairing properties of the skin
  5. Nourishes dry skin – Castor oil contains unsaturated fats that penetrate deeply into the skin and hydrate it. Apply a thick layer of this oil to the skin to strengthen it and support skin health
  6. Helps with hair development – Castor oil regulates the pH levels of the scalp, repairs split ends, reduces dandruff, and prevents hair breakage. After its use, the hair becomes shiny, healthy, and silky.  Apply castor oil to the scalp, and all the way to the hair ends. Leave it to act until the next morning, and then rinse it. You can also mix it with almond or coconut oil
  7. Helps prevent stretch marks – To prevent the appearance of stretch marks after and during the pregnancy period, you should mix a tablespoon of castor oil and 2 tablespoons of almond oil
    Then apply the mixture to the affected areas. You can also massage the place with castor oil for 10min every day, and wrap a plastic bag. Leave it thus for half an hour. The unsaturated fats in castor oil support the ability of the skin to recover the tissues and improve its condition
  8. Body cleanse – Mix a couple of tablespoons of this oil with some orange juice, and take it to cleanse the system.
    Its effects begin after 2-5 hours
  9. Thickens eyelashes and eyebrows – Application of castor oil to the eyelashes and eyebrows for 2-3 weeks will thicken them and boost their growth
  10. Treats fragile nails and fungus –The mixture of castor and olive oil will boost the health of your nails, and will also fight fungus
  11. Repairs dry lips – Mix some glycerin, a tablespoon of castor oil, and a few tablespoons of lemon juice. Apply this mixture to the lips and leave it to act over the night. You can also use a combination of castor and almond oil
  12. Treats corns and calluses – Its properties will also treat corns and calluses, and hydrate the skin of the heels. You should soak the feet in some warm water for 10 minutes, and file them with a pumice stone to remove any dry, thick skin
  13. Oil pulling for teeth –  short and sweet!!!   1-2 teaspooons swished around the mouth for 1-2 minutes.  Then spit out
  14. Dry brushing – please see the second video

Benefits of Castor Oil for Hair :

Studies suggest that castor oil benefits the hair due to its high content of ricinoleic acid and other fatty acids, amino acids, flavonoids, vitamin E and minerals. Here’s how you can use castor oil for hair growth and more.
Hydrates Hair  Research shows that the fatty acids in castor oil, especially ricinoleic acid, make it an excellent hair and scalp moisturizer. Rubbing the oil into hair strands helps reduce dryness and breakage, and massaging it into the scalp improves dandruff and eases itchiness or irritation.
Improves Hair Texture 
Just like coconut oil for hair, castor oil can leave your hair smoother and shinier. It works as a natural detangler and has been proven to reduce hair felting, a disorder that causes hair to become entangled and matted, creating a hard stony mass that resembles a bird’s nest.
Reduces Hair Breakage
Castor oil has hydrating and nourishing properties, helping you avoid hair breakage and damage. The fatty acids in the oil have enhanced penetration, making them able to provide a soothing, strengthening effect in the hair follicles.4. Promotes Hair Growth
Research shows that the ricinoleic acid in castor oil may treat hair loss in men by balancing prostaglandin D2 (PGD2) production, which affects hair growth.Castor oil also improves blood circulation to your follicles, helping your hair grow. For this reason, the oil can also be applied to your eyebrows for hair growth
Improves Scalp Health Castor oil has moisturizing and soothing properties, allowing it to ease dryness and irritation of the scalp. It also works as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and healing agent. Studies indicate that the ricinoleic acid in castor oil protects the scalp and shaft of the hair from fungal and microbial infections.

Hair Treatment:
When choosing castor oil for hair at the store, opt for a pure, cold-pressed product from a high-quality brand. Castor oil can be used on your hair strands, scalp, eyebrows and eyelashes.
It can be used on your skin, too, and may help reduce acne, aid wound healing and provide hydration.

To use castor oil on your hair, follow these steps
Section your hair so it’s easier to apply the oil evenly
Take a small amount of castor oil, and warm it up in your palms. Then, starting from the ends, gently massage the oil into your hair, working your way up to the roots.  Distribute the oil evenly. Then cover your hair with a shower cap or plastic wrap to keep the oil from dripping
Leave the oil on your hair for at least 30 minutes or even overnight for deeper penetration
When you’re ready to remove the oil, wash your hair with a gentle shampoo and conditioner
Repeat this process once or twice a week or as desired to achieve optimal hair texture and health
When using castor oil for hair, be sure to start with only a small amount because too much can make your hair greasy. In addition to boosting overall hair hydration with this type of treatment, castor oil can be applied to hair as a detangler or frizz-smoother


Risks and Side Effects
It’s possible to experience an allergic reaction to castor oil used topically, which could result in redness, irritation and swelling.  If this occurs, discontinue use immediately, and consult your health care provider if the symptoms don’t improve within a few hours.
It’s always a good idea to do a patch test before applying any new product to your hair or skin, especially if you have sensitive skin.
To do this, simply apply a few drops of castor oil to one small area of your skin to ensure there are no adverse effects.
Not recommended to be taken internally when pregnant.

Castor Oil Compress Pack Do-It-Yourself,  How to –
Place a small circle of the castor oil on compress – in the middle. It will slowly spread on the compress.
You could apply this to a bone spur, a sore wrist, joints, sore knees, congested chest (slightly larger compress) with a hot water bottle on top.
On the abdomen for irritable bowel syndrome, constipation – it will help break up congestion there.
Gallstones, revive liver (under right rib), kidneys (kidney stones).
You will need a plastic covering for the compress, e.g. a zip-lock plastic bag,  as it could soil clothes.
One can sleep with the compress in place.
(Source:  Barbara O’Neill – YouTube – Digestive Tract – this video is well worth watching to understand the basics of great health)

* I recently suffered a terrible bout of psoriasis which just persisted.  I was reluctant to resort to any harmaceuticals and tried many different potential ‘remedies’.   The best and most soothing one, was after a hot bath, applying Castor Oil with a couple of drops of DMSO to the affected areas.   One just has to let the skin absorb the DMSO and castor oil before covering with clothing.    I literally massaged it in all over and that kept the itchies at bay for the day and then repeated the process at night.  Lifestyle changes also implemented to keep the condition at bay, ref Barbara O’Neil.    YC

* My skin on arms and legs looked like leather after struggling with eczema.  I persevered with castor oil – rubbing it in morning and evening and the leather-look did take leave, thank goodness.   ES

* I had a massive stye in my eye for a few days.   I put castor oil on a cotton pad, put it over my eye, put on a mask and went to sleep.  When I woke up the next morning, the stye was just a teeny bump and by the end of the day it was totally gone!  (CW)

* Ladies the Castor Oil is FANtastic !  I’m using it on sun damage / scars and on my fine lines and wrinkles / a drop in my body lotion.  The deepest penetrating oil in the world.  TRY it!!!!    (NG)

* I have switched to using this wonderful oil for oil pulling to keep my teeth and gums healthy in the mornings – it really is  a quick process and leaves my mouth fresh  (VS)

* My 2kg yorkie had 3 hard oval thingies (don’t know what it was) under her skin for about 6 months. Suddenly it became bigger and sore, I couldn’t even pick her up. I’ve put a castor oil pack on it with bandages…its nearly gone after 5 days. Castor oil has amazing benefits  (BV)





















Weight230 g

200ml, 50ml

2 reviews for Castor Oil

  1. jenny Collocott

    jenny Collocott

    Happy to purchase 3 bottles

  2. Biosilheart


    Had a massive stye in my eye for a few days.
    I put castor oil on a cotton pad, put them on my eyes and put an eye mask on to sleep.
    When I woke up the next morning the stye was just a teeny bump, and by the end of the day it was totally gone!

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