Powerful Mixture To Remedy OVER 24 Health Problems
Written by: Lindsay Sibson
Do YOU have a scent that “takes you back in time?”
For me, that is Bath & Body Works Cucumber Melon (with Sweet Pea being a close 2nd).
If you were to look at my bathroom cabinets from 10 years ago, they would have been cluttered with store-bought lotions, potions, sprays and tonics… with most of them being half used and then forgotten about.
It wasn’t until I went on a mission to figure out what the heck was wrong with my problematic digestive system that I started to unearth the dangers of using these store-bought, chemically-laden products.
What came as even MORE of a surprise was how easy it was to find simple and natural alternatives. ONE product with a multitude of uses? Heck yeah!
It’s time to clear the clutter and line your shelves with these natural power products. A great place to get started is with castor oil and baking soda.
Benefits Of Baking Soda & Castor Oil
- Helps alkalize and detoxify your skin
- Works as an excellent gentle exfoliant
- Gets deep in your pores and is highly cleansing
- Is a natural antibiotic and can help with underlying fungal infections and blemishes
- Has mild antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties
- Has a positive effect on blood circulation
- Rich in ricinoleic acid
- Effective natural antibacterial and antifungal agent
- High in omega 9 fatty acids
- Nourishing to both hair and skin
- Deeply penetrating
- Helps deliver its nourishment deeply into your pores and hair follicles
How To Make A Castor Oil Coating
This coating will be used in some of the “treatments” mentioned below:
1. Clean the affected area with a mixture of water and baking soda.
2. Place cold pressed castor oil in a pot and heat it.
3. Soak a portion of clean gauze in castor oil and put it on your skin.
4. Cover the gauze with plastic wrap and hold a bottle of warm water on top of it.
5. Use a towel to wrap everything and leave it in place for 1 hour.
6. Repeat this procedure for 40 days for best results.
24 Uses Of Castor Oil
Dr. William A. McGarey, author of The Oil That Heals, suggests that castor oil is effective in helping the following diseases and conditions:
|1. Utilize as a coating for an injured ankle.
|2. Efficient treatment to heal burns, cuts and bruises.
|3. Apply a coating to your neck to help vocal cord nodules and persistent coarseness.
|4. Eliminates pilonidal cysts.
|5. Massage on your stomach to reduce stretch marks.
|6. Helpful for tinnitus (ringing in your ears).
|7. Boost your hearing by placing a few drops of castor oil in your ears.
|8. Grow your hair faster by applying castor oil on your scalp.
|9. Helps with alcohol and nicotine addiction.
|10. Apply a few drops on your eyelids to help with eye allergies.
|11. Ease allergies by taking a few drops on a daily basis.
|12. Helps with cataracts: put a drop in your eye prior to going to sleep.
|13. Apply on your back to help reduce and eliminate back pain.
|14. Soothe diarrhea by applying a coating on your stomach.
|15. Get rid of warts by putting castor oil on them for a month.
|16. Treat fungal infections (such as Athlete’s foot) by placing a daily coating on the area).
|17. Massage calcium deposits on your soles with castor oil.
|18. Eliminate swelling and itching from bug bites by applying castor oil.
|19. Can be used as a treatment for hepatitis.
|20. Reduce hyperactivity: apply castor oil coating on your stomach.
|21. Eliminate moles by applying castor oil to affected area.
|22. Prevent snoring: apply castor oil coating on your stomach for 2 weeks.
|23. A mixture of baking soda and castor oil eliminates dark spots on your face/body.
|24. Consume a mixture of baking soda and castor oil to help cancer.
What do YOU use castor oil for?
Please tell us in the comment section below!
Lindsay Sibson turned her lifelong dream of traveling the world into a reality when she first stepped on a plan in April of 2014. With the simple intention of learning more about this beautiful world, she stepped away from corporate America to explore an alternative lifestyle of long term international travel, volunteering, blogging and pursuing a blissfully happy and fulfilling way of life.
Lindsay documents her journey in hopes of empowering others to find their passion, reignite their spark and freshen their outlook on life. Connect with her on her website and follow her travels on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/_traveloholic_).
Through her blog, Lindsay documents her journey in hopes of empowering others to find their passion, reignite their spark and freshen their outlook on life.
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