EDGAR CAYCE CASTOR OIL PDF

We also have the wholehearted and enthusiastic endorsement of Dr. While it is still used today medically as a cathartic, the Edgar Cayce readings also recommended external applications, for massage and most frequently as a pack, in over cases. What exactly is Castor oil? It is a slightly yellowish oil that is extracted from the Castor bean or seed of the Ricinus communis, a tall tropical plant with large palmate leaves, also known as Palma Christi palm of Christ. The Castor oil plant is native to India, where it has been used extensively to treat all types of gastrointestinal disorders, bladder and vaginal infections, and asthma. It is also used there medicinally to restore hair and to treat constipation, irritations, and skin ulcers.

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Leave a Comment Castor Oil Stories: Fingers and Eyes and Castor Oil The healing influence of the oil of the Ricinus communis has been documented thousands of times now, and the following stories just amplify the documentation.

Swelling of the left middle finger between the interphalangeal joints bothered Edna Atkins, but she fussed along with the swelling for many weeks before actually getting down to the business of treating the finger.

She had heard how good castor oil was for a variety of ailments but had just never tried it. I did this two evenings, leaving it on when I went to bed.

The third night I was again going to rub the joint, but could not find the spot any longer. I had this condition so bad that all my eyelashes fell out. My grandmother suggested that I rub castor oil on my eyelashes at night.

After one month, my eyelashes began to grow back, very thick and long. I am now 26 years old and use the oil treatment once a week.

People ask me how I got such long, dark eyelashes. I tell them and most of them laugh at me. But I know it works. After about three or four months, it did not get bigger — but did not disappear. In the back of my mind I remembered a Cayce reading that suggested some bicarbonate of soda with the castor oil. Thought it worth a try. After the massage, I put a tiny dab of bicarbonate of soda on the growth. The growth got very irritated and sore for a few days, fell off, and never returned again.

Did not even leave a scar. I have tried same treatment for brown patches on my face. Castor oil with bicarb of soda. Same thing happened: got sore for a few days and then the brown patches completely disappeared. And it worked.

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Edgar Cayce on Castor Oil

Scars How To Make a Castor Oil Pack A castor oil pack is helpful to relieve pain, reduce cysts, growths, and as part of a complete treatment plan for kidney stones and gall stones. Castor oil packs are sometimes used over the liver for detox purposes. Castor oil packs are not only soothing but they promote blood flow, white blood cell production and pain relief. This will be folded several times so start with a cloth much larger than the area that is to be covered. Castor oil packs can be small, even 1 inch by 1 inch or quite large — even 1 foot by 1 foot. It depend on what is being treated.

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Benefits and Uses of Castor Oil, Edgar Cayce’s Famous Treatment

Leave a Comment Castor Oil Stories: Fingers and Eyes and Castor Oil The healing influence of the oil of the Ricinus communis has been documented thousands of times now, and the following stories just amplify the documentation. Swelling of the left middle finger between the interphalangeal joints bothered Edna Atkins, but she fussed along with the swelling for many weeks before actually getting down to the business of treating the finger. She had heard how good castor oil was for a variety of ailments but had just never tried it. I did this two evenings, leaving it on when I went to bed. The third night I was again going to rub the joint, but could not find the spot any longer.

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