What Are The Benefits Of Jamaican Black Castor Oil For The Skin, hair and more?
Most people think that Jamaican Black Castor oil is just good for hair but that's not the case, in fact it has so many benefits. Starting with the omega-9 fatty acids in Jamaican black castor oil contribute to skin health. They help treat inflammation and skin problems like acne, more importantly, its anti fungal and antibacterial properties help heal numerous infections like ring worms. Check out here some of the amazing Jamaican black castor oil benefits.
1. Helps Treat Acne
2. Helps Treat Chapped Lips
3. Can Help Fight Signs Of Aging
4. Helps Treat Infections
5. Can Heal Scars
6. Moisturizes Hair
7. Improves Hair Strength
8. Promotes Thicker Eyelashes And Eyebrows
9. Prevents Hair Breakage
10. Eliminates dry hair and split ends
11. can help with arthritis
12. relieves menstrual cramps and fibroids
13. Supports Lymphatic system
Castor oil is extracted from the beans of the castor plant, which, when cold pressed, is pale yellow and transparent but Jamaican Black Castor oil is extracted in a different way, which is also the traditional method of extraction. The seeds are roasted and then pulverized in a mortar, after which these mashed beans are slow-boiled on a wood fire. What we get as a result is all natural thick, pungent, and dark brown castor oil – which is known as Jamaican black castor oil. The major difference is the method of processing. Castor oil often is commercially processed, whereas its Jamaican black castor oil is processed traditionally (and without adulteration).
Our Jamaican black castor oil is prepared by first roasting the beans. This results in an oil that smells burnt. This oil is often considered to be pure and much superior in terms of its nutritional content.
The processing method of a castor bean determines its pH level. Castor oil is slightly acidic, whereas its Jamaican counterpart, given it contains the ashes of the beans, is on the alkaline side.