Tuesday, 26 April 2016

[www.keralites.net] Castor Oil To Treat Joint Pain


 Castor Oil To Treat Joint Pain
There have been lots of case studies about castor oil for over 50 years, including such uses as relieving arthritis pain, speeding the recovery of sprained ankles, bone spurs, backaches and chronically sore knees. Best organic remedies like castor and clove oils have also been used in the treatment of acne, swollen lymph nodes, and even as baldness cure. So, suffice to say castor plant oil is something that everyone should have on hand for whatever may happen.
Pure Castor oil
When using this supplement externally, for such maladies as sprained ankles, sore knees, and backaches, then typically that oil is used in what is called a castor essential oil pack. When it is applied to a joint, the natural and holistic essential oil begins to immediately dissolve things such as bone spurs and calcium deposits, while ignoring tendons, muscles, and cartilage in the surrounding tissue.
It is best to use a cold-pressed oil that can be found at your local health food store, as well as some supermarkets. This pack is commonly made of flannel material, they can also be made from wool or cotton. The material is then folded several times, to make a thick, absorbent pack, that you can then soak in this oil. You then take your castor soaked pack and place it on your sore knee, or whatever, and then on top of that you cover with a garbage bag, and then your heating pad. The warmth of the heating pad is to aid in the absorption of the castor essential oil. This needs to stay in place for at least 45 to 60 minutes, during which time you should take the opportunity to read a book and relax.
After you're done soaking your knee or sore back with your castor pack, you'll want to clean the area using water and baking soda mixed. You need not throw away this pack, you can keep it in the refrigerator in a Ziploc bag or a Mason jar. Then each time you need to use it, you can just add a few more tablespoons of natural oil, bring it up to room temperature, and get another treatment for your sore back, knee, ankle etc.
If the initial treatments of 45 to 60 minutes don't seem to be working as well as you think they should, you can extend the time to one and a half hours to two hours with no ill effects. The best time to take treatments would be later in the evening, just before bed, because it helps if you are in a relaxed mood when taking your castor natural oil. It is also good to take your treatments for four days in a row and then take a day off, then restart your treatment and continue for an additional four days. Even after your joint is feeling better, it's best to continue the treatment for an additional four days to ensure that your joint is fully healed, and your pain and suffering will be less likely to return. For additional information about castor oil, please check http://essentialoilsacademia.com article.

 M. D. Hegde
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