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Castor Oil And Baking Soda Can Treat 14 Health Problems



Castor oil is a vegetable oil that has been used for a very long time. Its multiple virtues make it an ally of size as well for the massag...

Castor oil is a vegetable oil that has been used for a very long time. Its multiple virtues make it an ally of size as well for the massages, the health of the hair or that of the skin. But the benefits of this oil do not stop there.

The use of this oil dates back several millennia, especially in the East where it has been for a long time known for its obvious laxative effects. It has also been adopted by traditional Chinese medicine as an invaluable remedy for many types of diseases, pains and problems related to skin health.

As for baking soda, it contains antibacterial, antiseptic and alkaline elements. Its uses are therefore very diversified and affect the field of food, hygiene and medicine. In addition to this, it is a completely biodegradable substance and free from any preservative. However, it is highly advisable to opt for baking soda food that you can use without fear of any side effect.

Here is a list of uses as rem as individual and joint, of castor oil and baking soda.

- Effects as a cure for castor oil and baking soda on your health
- The mixture of these two elements makes it possible to fight against the tasks which can appear on the skin in local application
- For sprained ankles, get a castor oil massage to relieve pain
- For wounds, cuts and bruises, castor oil is an excellent remedy for local application
- An application of castor oil in the skin helps fight against acne
- Baking soda relieves digestive problems
- Castor oil is extremely effective against stretch marks, so do not hesitate to put some to fade
- Baking soda helps relieve bee stings in local application
- Castor oil has the effect of removing the growths that may appear on the eyelids
- The combination of the two has the effect of fortifying the nails and serves as a treatment for people with ingrown toenails
- A massage with castor oil is effective to relieve sciatic pain
- Baking soda is known to relieve pain that causes gout
- To improve their performance, people who play sports should drink baking soda diluted in water
- Applying a few drops of castor oil on the temples helps fight headaches
- Castor oil and baking soda help moisturize and brighten the skin
- An effective mixture against warts

Ingredients:
Half a teaspoon of baking soda
A few drops of castor oil
Medical tape and a compress

Preparation:
After mixing the baking soda and castor oil, soak a compress. Then place the wart on the wart and secure it with medical tape. Renew the dressing until the wart eventually detaches. This result is due to the effect of ricinoleic acid in castor oil and the anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties of baking soda.

Contraindications:
Castor oil should not be used internally because of the presence of ricinoleic acid which is likely to damage the intestinal mucosa. People who are allergic to it should not use it dermally either.

Baking soda is not recommended for pregnant women, people with high blood pressure and children. If you are undergoing medical treatment or if you have kidney or heart failure, consumption of baking soda should be avoided.