Castor seeds are a rich source of ricinoleic acid, a powerful compound known for its potent laxative and detoxifying properties. Gently stimulate your digestive system, eliminate accumulated toxins, and promote a feeling of lightness and rejuvenation.
Characteristics of the product:
Triglyceride-rich oil is found in between 40 and 60 percent of the castor seeds.
These seeds are healthy, fresh, and brown in color.
They are suitable for plantations in arid and semi-arid climates.
Possesses features that make it easier for water to be absorbed following plantation.
Castor oil, which has a variety of purposes, is produced by this plant, which grows to a height of about three feet.
It has a continuous season. Within seven to fourteen days, it starts to sprout.
Produces the castor oil plant, a tropical plant that enhances the appearance of a landscape.
Grows best in an environment with well-aerated soil and temperatures between 65 and 70 F.
Castor seed advantages
Castor seeds can be used to make paints, varnishes, and lubricating oils.
Leprosy, constipation, and birth control are additional uses for them.
Castor oil is an oil that can be applied externally to the skin to treat dry skin and sore muscles.
Castor oil is a component of some oral and injectable medications as well as vitamin preparations.
Additionally, castor oil has antiviral and antibacterial qualities.
Castor oil promotes the growth of hair and aids in wound healing.