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Castor Oil - Refined

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440 lbs ($2.53 per lb) $ 1111.66
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Love the castor oils consistency. Great for hair moisture
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Description

Origin: West Indies. It is also now grown in the United States and Hawaii.

Botanical Name: Ricinus communis

Extraction method: This is Cold Pressed Castor Oil [The cold pressed extraction method yields a higher quality oil (more vitamins, minerals etc) compared to extraction methods that use chemicals or heat.]

Color: Light Green

Aroma: Very slight scent, characteristic of Castor Oil, almost odorless

Benefits: Acts as a barrier or lubricant.

Viscosity: Thick, akin to molasses

Common Uses: Rubber, caulk, dyes, lacquers, pigments, hydraulic and brake fluid, lubricants, inks, waxes, polishes and textiles. It is also used in soaps to increase lather, so be sure to purchase this oil for your soaps. Food grade Castor Oil is used in candy, flavorings, as a mold inhibitor, food additives and in packaging. Castor Oil is a high quality lubricating oil and is not an edible oil. It can also be used in aromatherapy and massage. It can be used as an emulsifying agent as well.

Absorption: Stays on the surface of the skin. For better absorption, you can saturate a piece of wool flannel and apply to a specific area of the body. The application of heat will increase its ability to penetrate as well.

Shelf Life: 6 months to 1 year

Vitamins / Minerals / Lipids contained: It is a triglyceride wherein approximately 90% of fatty acid chains are ricinoleic acid. Other fatty acids it contains are oleic and linoleic acids.

Plant / Oil History: Castor beans are used as ornaments and art objects. The roots, seeds and leaves are used in traditional folk remedies throughout the world. Its name Ricinus was derived from the Latin word for insect. This is because castor beans resemble beetles in their markings and shape. Purchase Castor oil online today!

Plant / Oil Description: The Castor plant is a common ornamental native to the West Indies, is an annual plant and grows up to 12 m high. It has broad, deeply lobed leaves and has broad stalks. Its flowers develop into spiny capsules. Each capsule contains 3 seeds. When the capsules dry, they explode and scatter the speckled, glossy oval beans.

Plant Habitat: The Castor plant is an ornamental native to India and the West Indies.

Benefits: Castor oil is said to be a great help to those dealing with Rheumatism, Ricinoleic Acid as well as Oleic Acid and Linoleic Acid are all found in Castor oil and easily penetrate through the skin, these acids help fight Rheumatism. Castor oil also contains a toxin by the name of Ricin, when administered in very low dosages this toxin can act as a germicidal. Castor oil also contains Undecylenic Acid which due to its disinfectant and germicidal properties is very useful in fighting skin diseases and other issues caused by bacterial or fungal infections. The two main causes of hair loss of fungal infections and microbial infections, castor, because it has fungicidal and germicidal properties is great for fighting these infections, in addition the oil contains fatty acids that prevent the scalp from drying out.

Storage: Place in a cool dry area out of direct sunlight. Wholesale Castor Oil, buy Castor oil by the gallon at soapgoods.com. Sales prices on Castor oil everyday!

Where to Buy: You can buy wholesale refined Castor Oil by the gallon at SoapGoods.com, your favorite supplier for bulk refined Castor Oil. Buy Castor Oil today!

Is it Edible: Our products are for external use only



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Customer Review

Sherane
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Love the castor oils consistency. Great for hair moisture
Heather
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Have you discontinued the Organic castor oil? Say it isn't so!
Juliana
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This is a great product that is thick and works well on skin or coarse hair.
Mrs Julie
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SUNFLOWER OIL{REFINED} White Spirit White Oil C22 (WOP 70) Potassium Permanganate(KMNO4) Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) Ethanol 95% Ethanol 96%
Mrs Julie
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TradeKey.com alibaba.com SUNFLOWER OIL{REFINED} White Spirit White Oil C22 (WOP 70) Potassium Permanganate(KMNO4) Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) Ethanol 95% Ethanol 96% Ethanol 99.9% Copper Wire Scrap ( Millberry) Calcium Carbide THYLENEDIAMINE 99% PARAFORMALDEHYDE 91%-93% SODIUM CYANIDE 98%
Melanie
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Love the oil, just what I needed. I ordered quite a few things and all were nicely shipped. Confused though why things were sealed with tape, shea, and bigger EO's but these were not. Seems like the oils would be more prone to leakage than anything else. This item is high quality and love love the price! Other than lack of sealing on the lids, loved it.
Georgina
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I am buying this to control Moles. Nothing else works that I have been told, the mole vibrators, chewing gum (esp. juicy fruit), etc. Here is a recipe for spraying mole repelent: Moles: One deterent that does work is to mix 1 pint of Castor Oil in a 1 quart hose end sprayer, filling the sprayer with water after adding the Castor Oil, and spraying that over 2,500 square feet and then watering it in well. The mixes sold in stores will not be effective because they contain less than 1 pint of Castor Oil and tell you to cover much more territory and that simply is not effective. Here are more comments and another recipe: To be effective, the castor oil product must be thoroughly watered into the lawn. Irrigate the area to be treated with 1/2 inch of water before applying the repellent solution and follow with 1 inch or more of water. Areas that receive extensive irrigation will quickly lose the repellent to leaching. For best results, spray the entire area that is to be protected. Moles will burrow under a perimeter treatment. Homeowners can prepare their own repellent concentrate by mixing 6 ounces of 100 percent unrefined castor oil (refined is suitable, but expensive) with 2 tablespoons of liquid detergent in 1 gallon of water. This mixture, like the commercial product, is diluted at a rate of 1 ounce per gallon of water and applied liberally with a sprayer (covers about 300 square feet). Preliminary studies have shown that granular materials containing castor oil have been less effective than liquid repellent

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