Jamaican Black Castor Oil 4 oz / 118 ml
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Jamaican Black Castor: A Health and Beauty Aide in a Bottle – Use on Hair, Skin, Aches and Pain and much more. Black Castor Oil is a powerful healing oil that has withstood the test of time. It is the end result of an ancient method used in preparing and making castor oil. The fatty acids and phytochemicals found in Tropic Isle Living’s Jamaican Black Castor Oil address many health and beauty conditions. A bottle can serve as a hair and scalp conditioner; a skin moisturizer and healer; a massage oil for aches, pains, fibroids and lumps in the breasts; a powerful laxative and can be used as fist aid for cuts, wounds and burns. Black castor oil seals moisture in the hair with a protective coat. It’s also the only oil in nature with ricinoleic acid. It helps to destroys viruses, bacteria, yeast and molds that cause many skin problems. Tropic Isle Living Black Castor Oil also helps to remove uric acid from body – the source of many inflammations. As you can see, it’s good to have a bottle of Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Black Castor Oil close by. It’s always useful.
How to use Tropic Isle’s Black Castor Oil
Apply to hair like hair grease for moisturizing purposes.
Massage into scalp for healthy hair growth and scalp problems.
If you have dry, perm and colored hair, add 3 tablespoon black castor oil to your favorite conditioner. It adds extra moisture to your hair and seals it in.
Use for hot oil treatments: warm three tablespoon castor oil and massage into hair then put on heating cap for half hour. Or massage 3 table spoons of black castor oil into hair, put on heating cap then go under dryer for 10 minutes.
Massage into skin to moisturize dry skin and to help prevent skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, itchy skin, rash etc.
Massage into dry, chapped feet.
Aches and Pain
Warm and/or simply massage into areas where you are experiencing discomfort
Massage into breast regularly to help prevent lumps or cysts from developing
Hair Food Pomade
Use as any regular hair grease
Apply directly to scalp to add nutrition to hair.
Massage directly into scalp to prevent dandruff, itchy scalp, and dry scalp
Put in hair immediately after drying. It immediately replaces moisture loss from heat.
Excellent for dry, chapped hands and feet.
Wash hair with all natural shampoo
Towel dry excess water from hair
Apply generous amount of conditioner to hair
Let it stay in for 20 minutes to 1 hour, then cover with heating cap
Rinse then towel
Apply regular conditioner, put on heating cap for another 15-20 minutes
Rinse, dry and style as desired
The Difference between Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Black & Other Castor Oils
Made the Traditional Hand-Processed Way: The castor oil plant originated in Ethiopia and later spread throughout the rest of Africa. It’s believed that it was the ancient Egyptians that first started to make black castor oil. They roasted the beans then through a tedious hand processed method the ultra pure light brown to dark brown oil is extracted (black castor oil). The seeds and method of making black castor oil eventually reached Jamaica via African slaves whose descendants today still make and use it as their ancestors. Tropic Isle Living is proud to continue the tradition.
No chemicals used in the processing of our oil.
Tropic Isle Jamaican Black castor Oil comes in amber glass bottles to preserve its quality. Oils tend to lose their freshness and potency when they are exposed to direct light as a result of being in clear bottles. They also risk being contaminated by toxins if placed in regular plastic bottles. We use PET amber colored plastic bottles for our other products. These bottles do not have the contaminants found in regular plastic that causes health problems.
We Grow, Produce and Distribute our Products: You are dealing with the direct source.
We are Preserving Thousands of Years of a Natural Tradition that Works.