Castor Oil Plant

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Description

The plant is coarse, erect, blanched and woody. It is a bush that grows up to four meters high. It commonly grows in India and other tropical countries. The fruit is a spiny capsule and can be split in three seeded parts when dry. The seeds are crushed by the pressure technique so that the oil is extracted. The seeds are smooth and glossy and have brown or gray patches.

Ingredients

Alkaloids, Essential Oil, Bitter Substances, Fatty Oil, Glycerides, Pyridine Alkaloid, Ricin, Ricinoleic, Toxalbumin, Tririzinolein

Collection period

September-November

Used Parts

Leaves, seeds, oil

Uses

  • Anti-Inflammatory

  • Abscesses

  • Boils

  • Constipation

  • Headache

  • Induction Of Labor

  • Inflamed Eyes

  • Insects

  • Laxative

  • Ocular Inflammation

  • Pimples

  • Prevents Dry Wax In Ears

  • Rheumatism

  • Scales

  • Skin Disorders

  • Softening

  • Sores

  • Ulcers

  • Warts

  • Worms

Properties

  • Laxative

  • Vermicide

  • Lubricant

Application

The bark can be used as a dressing for sores and ulcers. The leaves can also be pounded. The oil is applied to inflamed eyes and has a wide array of medicinal uses from being an antifungal agent, to chemotherapy, and topical treatment for skin ulcers.

Summary

Castor oil is used to treat constipation and can cleanse the intestines and relieve irregular bowel movement. It is a stimulant laxative and has varied use in food and also as an ingredient in preservatives.

Side Effects

The seeds are said to be poisonous, no part of the plant except the oil should be taken for internal use.

References

  • Wikipedia, Castor Oil: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castor_oil#Food_and_preservative-

  • National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20822013

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