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cASTOR oIL iNFUSION | Massage Oil

cASTOR oIL iNFUSION | Massage Oil

The Castor Oil Infusion for Belly Massage and Feminine Cleansing is a versatile and therapeutic product, especially beneficial for new mothers but also advantageous for anyone seeking natural health benefits. Its main application is through castor oil packs, which involve applying the oil-soaked cloth to the skin, usually the abdominal area, and using heat to enhance its effectiveness.

How to Use:

For New Mothers:

  1. Massage: Gently massage the womb to help expel blood and speed up postpartum healing. Also, massage the lower back, feet, and abdomen.
  2. Warm Compress: Follow the massage with a warm compress or heating pad, and wrap up in a blanket for added warmth and comfort.

General Use:

  1. Castor Oil Pack: Apply the oil-infused pack to the womb area for 40-60 minutes while lying down.
  2. Vaginal Cleansing: Gently cleanse the vaginal area with the oil to aid healing, especially postpartum.

Preparation of Castor Oil Pack:

  1. Soak a Cotton Flannel: Immerse in Castor Oil Infusion, wring out, and fold into a 6x6 inches square.
  2. Apply to Abdomen: Place the flannel on the abdomen, between the pelvic bones.
  3. Cover and Heat: Use plastic wrap or Saran Wrap, cover with a thick towel, and place a heating pad over it.
  4. Relax: Lay down comfortably for 40-60 minutes.
  5. Storage: Store the used flannel in a resealable bag in the refrigerator or freezer for future use. Reapply more castor oil as needed.
  6. Frequency: Repeat for at least 4 consecutive days per week for a month.


  • Liver Detoxification: Improves liver function and detoxification naturally.
  • Uterine and Ovarian Health: Supports the health of the uterus and ovaries.
  • Lymphatic Circulation: Enhances lymphatic flow, reducing inflammation.
  • Menstrual Health: Decreases pain and inflammation associated with menstrual disorders; effective against fibroids and cysts.

Historical and Cultural Context:

  • Ancient Use: Castor oil has been valued since ancient Egyptian times for its health benefits.
  • Modern Advocacy: Edgar Cayce and Dr. William McGarey have promoted its use for various health conditions in the 20th century.

Application Tips:

  • Castor oil packs require stillness and relaxation, creating an opportunity for rest and reading.
  • Precautions should be taken to avoid messiness, such as using plastic wraps and storing used materials properly.


  • Organic Castor Oil infused with Clary Sage, Geranium, Lavender, Rose petals, Cypress, Basil, Fennel, Peppermint, Marjoram, Chamomile, and Rosemary.

This Castor Oil Infusion serves as a nurturing and natural treatment, particularly for postpartum recovery, menstrual health, and overall wellbeing. Its application is simple, and the benefits can be profound, including better sleep, more energy, and clearer skin.

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  • Danielle Lasit