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Healing Solutions Health & Nutrition

Ricinus Communis Oil - Constipation Relief, Digestion, Pain Relief, Anxiety Relief

Ricinus Communis Oil - Constipation Relief, Digestion, Pain Relief, Anxiety Relief

$ 49.95


Ricinus Communis Oil 

Roll-On, 16 oz. Refill Bottle, Wool Cloth AND Instructions!

For Constipation, Detox, Pain Relief, Wound Healing, Muscle Strains, Digestive Health, Hormone Balancing and More.

Ricinus Communis Oil is a wonderful approach to immune system efficiency and is a simple remedy to improve function without negative side effects.  Ricinoleic Acid is a fatty acid found in the Ricinus Communis plant and is responsible for its amazing healing abilities.  It has been shown to be effective in preventing the growth of numerous species of viruses, bacteria, yeast, and even mold!  This explains the high degree of success in the topical use for treating ailments like ringworm, , skin inflammation, abrasions, fungus-infected finger and toenails, acne, and chronic .
The topical antimicrobial properties in this oil are interesting because they can even address issues that affect the lymph and other glands.  Applying  Ricinus Communis plant oil topically can improve the function of the thymus gland and other areas of the immune system and using it significantly increases the production of lymphocytes.  When this oil is absorbed through the skin, several amazing things happen.  The lymphocyte count in the blood increases.  The flow of lymph increases throughout the body which speeds up the removal of toxins that surround cells and reduces the size of swollen lymph nodes.  This creates an overall improvement in organ function with a lessening of fatigue and depression.

Some of the conditions that respond favorably to this treatment are:

Skin Dryness
Wound Healing
Skin Cysts Just Below The surface
Muscle Strains
Ringworm
Bursitis
Warts
Itching
Fungal and Bacterial Infections
Abdominal Stretch Marks
Liver or Age Spots
Ligament Strains
Mononucleosis Healing
Dysplasia of the Cervix
Digestive Distress Normalizes
Improves Elimination
Stimulates the Liver and Gallbladder
Heals Lesions
Pain Relief
Reduces Inflammation
Increases Lymphatic circulation
Draws acids and poisons out of tissues
Heals Psoriasis
Helps Balance Hormones
Helps with uterine and ovarian health
Prevents the growth of viruses, bacteria, yeasts, and molds
Helps kill ringworm, keratoses, skin inflammation, abrasions, and fungal infections
Eases Constipation
Eases Menstrual Cramps
Helps Increase Libido

One of the major reasons castor oil has strong immune-enhancing effects because it supports the body’s lymphatic system. The most significant role of the lymphatic system, which is spread throughout the whole body in small tubular structures, is that it absorbs and removes excess fluids, proteins and waste materials from our cells.

Lymph nodes located within these tubes act like the body’s natural filters for toxins, and they also pump out antibodies when we’re sick to keep foreign proteins or bacteria at bay. If you’ve ever had an enlarged lymph node in your neck or near your genitals, for example, this is a sign that a high level of antibodies is being released in order to fight an infection near that area.
When the lymphatic system isn’t working properly, this can eventually lead to the failure of many healthy cells and possibly degeneration and destruction of organs. For example, poor lymphatic drainage of the heart is linked to tissue damage, which can add to or worsen coronary heart disease conditions.
Aside from capturing leaking fluid from our tissues that contain waste, increasing the function of the circulation system and helping create defensive antibodies for the immune system, the lymphatic system also helps absorb lingering fat molecules within the small intestine. In fact, a large percentage of all the fat absorbed from the gut requires the help of the lymphatic system. Some fat molecules remain because they’re essentially too large to move from the small to large intestine. This means they can be released into the lymphatic system and then into the bloodstream, where they can be carried throughout the body to be used for fuel.